Rebecca Eastham & Alexander Forster – Bad Girls: The Musical

Rebecca is directing and starring as Nikki Wade in Bad Girls: The Musical running from the 13th of February until the 3rd of March Upstairs at the Gatehouse.

Alexander will also be starring as despicable prison guard Jim Fenner.  

Based off the popular ITV1 drama it throws back the curtain on a group of anarchic women staying at Her Majesty’s Pleasure, predating the wildly popular Orange is the New Black by over a decade. 

Full of big songs and characters it is an exhilarating mix of gritty reality, rebellious spirit, emotional honesty and irreverent humour that touches hearts and kicks up a riot.

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Tanveer Ghani – Amar, Akbar and Tony

Tanveer Ghani stars as ‘Uncle Jay’ in feature film,  Amar, Akbar and Tony, on general release from April 17th 2015.

Uncle Jay is always the life and soul of the party. But when he returns from a trip to India with an attractive new bride in tow, it creates a few raised eyebrows within the family. A realistic, multicultural coming-of age comedy drama, Amar, Akbar & Tony follows the lives of three childhood friends as they stumble through life from their carefree twenties into adulthood.

To view the film’s official website, please click here.

For Tanveer’s full profile, click here.

Mark Crossland MD’s Dance Til Dawn, West End

Mark Crossland is the Musical Director on Vincent Simone and Flavia Cavace’s Dance Til Dawn which is currently at The Aldwych Theatre until January 3rd.

The show created by the Strictly Come Dancing favourites which last year did a sell out No:1 tour around the UK before coming into London’s West End.

For more information visit the official website click here.

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Bethan Cullinane reprises role in the Globe’s King Lear

Bethan Cullinane is preparing to reprise her role as Cordelia/The Fool for The Globe’s international tour of King Lear.

Old King Lear, weary of royal duties, proposes to break up his kingdom and divide it among his three daughters. But this rash generosity is cruelly repaid and Lear discovers too late the false values by which he has lived – and, in turn, the suffering common to all humanity.

The production will play at The Globe as well as tour around the UK and major venues in the US.

Bethan is currently playing Jessica in The Merchant of Venice at The Globe (click here to read story)

To visit The Globe’s website and to book tickets, please click here.

To find out more about Bethan, click here to visit Bethan’s profile.

Matthew Lloyd Davies in A Small Family Business at the NT

Matthew Lloyd Davies will be appearing in Alan Ayckbourn’s ‘A Small Family Business’ which opens at the National Theatre in April.

A ‘riotous exposure of entrepreneurial greed’, this new production starring Nigel Lindsay will return to the Olivier stage where it premiered in 1987. To find out more about the production and to book tickets, please click here.

Matthew makes his return to the National having been a part of the original cast of ‘The Madness of King George’. His more recent theatre credits include The Lion King (West End) and Mamma Mia (International Tour).

Please click here to visit Matthew’s full profile.

Click here to watch the trailer. 

Bonnie Langford skates in Dancing on Ice Final Tour

Bonnie Langford is currently featuring in the final tour of Dancing on Ice.

Having previously been a contestant on the popular ITV show, Bonnie will be performing a few of her show-stopping routines along side some of the shows favourite contestants.

The show will tour many of the top arenas around the UK from March-April 2014.

This tour not only marks the end of the television series, but also celebrates 30 years since Torvill and Dean’s Olympic glory.

For more information or to book tickets, click here. View trailer.

To visit the profile of Bonnie Langford, please click here

Xavier Laurent in George Clooney’s Monuments Men

Xavier Laurent hits the silver screen this month in the highly anticipated feature film, Monuments Men.

An unlikely World War II platoon are tasked to rescue art masterpieces from Nazi thieves and return them too their owners. The George Clooney directed film will be Xavier’s second major feature, following Golden Globe nominated motor racing drama Rush last year.

To find out more about Monuments Men, click here to watch the official trailer.

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CHARLOTTE BLACKLEDGE – STEPHEN WARD THE MUSICAL

Charlotte Blackledge plays  Mandy Rice-Davies in Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s Stephen Ward The Musical.

The new musical follows high society osteopath and socialite, Stephen Ward through the story of the notorious 1963 Profumo affair and the ‘scandal that shook society’.

Having graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama in 2013, Stephen Ward is Charlotte’s professional debut.

To view Charlotte’s full profile click here.

Watch the video of Charlotte performing ‘1963’ from Stephen Ward the Musical.

BONNIE LANGFORD- Spamalot

Bonnie Langford returns to play ‘Lady of the Lake’ in Spamalot in London’s West End.

This award-winning Monty Python musical tells the legendary tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Bonnie reprises her role in the critically acclaimed show which will run at the Playhouse Theatre until April 2014.

For more information or to book tickets for Spamalot visit the official website here.

For Bonnie’s full profile, please click here.

 

BENJAMIN BROOK- THE BOOK OF MORMON

Benjamin Brook in West End hit ‘The Book of Mormon’.

Ben continues to feature as an original London cast member in the 9 times Tony award winning musical written by the creators of South Park. The show will continue its run at The Prince of Wales Theatre to sell-out audiences having recently been nominated for ‘Best New Musical’ at the Olivier Awards.

To learn more about the show or to book tickets, please visit the official website.

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