It's going to get messy! The brilliant Fudge Park (The Inbetweeners) bring us a hilarious, new comedy, The Festival, directed by Iain Morris and featuring the hilarious Kirsty J Curtis as Jackie...the Smurf. The trailer is out NOW and you can watch the film in cinemas across the UK on August 17th.
Filming has just wrapped on the new 7-part adaptation of Vanity Fair. The show is a Mammoth Screen Production for ITV/Amazon which will be released later this year. Claudia Jessie plays the role of Amelia Sedley, best friend of Becky Sharp (played by Olivia Cooke). The series is based on the popular novel by the same name, written by William Makepeace Thackeray.
The brand new six-part comedy written by Jamie Demetriou and 'Friday Night Dinner'creator Robert Popper will air on Channel 4 from 27th June. Jamie stars in the series as the incompetent Stath, who works at a dodgy London lettings agency run by his father. Kiell Smith-Bynoe plays fellow agent Dean throughout the series and Phoebe Walsh also features in one episode.
Omar and Pete are half brothers. When their parents are eaten by lions they embark on a journey to find Omar's real father. What follows is a funny, heart-warming journey of self-discovery for both boys...in Blackpool. Hayley Tamaddon, Peter Slater and Sarah Hoare star in this brilliant, feel-good film which is to be released in 2018. Check out their website here!
BAFTA nominated 'Pls Like' will return to BBC Three later this year starring Jonathan Pointing as loveable YouTuber Charlie South. Produced by Rupert Majendie for Shiny Button and directed by Tom Kinglsey. The full first series is currently available to watch on BBC iPlayer.
The 3rd years are beginning to settle in as it’s a new year and a new cast for The Cursed Child on the West End. Thomas Aldridge returns as Ron Weasley in the multi-award winning play, written by Jack Thorne and playing at the Palace Theatre. Buy your tickets here or try your luck with the Friday Forty!