There is more drama in store for poor Sinead Tinker in Corrie! Played by the wonderful Katie McGlynn. Tune in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:30pm on ITV to follow her story.
The team from Michael & Eagle Lettings are bringing silliness back to Channel 4 every Monday with Al Roberts and Kiell Smith-Bynoe returning as Al and Dean respectively. Emily Lloyd-Saini will also appear in one episode. Casting by Nicky Bligh.
Brand new BBC Comedy ‘Scarborough’ will grace our screens on Friday 6th September. Penned by Derren Litten and starring Harriet Webb, this one is sure to tickle your funny bones. Catch it at 9:30pm on BBC 1.
Following the hugely successful short Down From London which won Vimeo Staff Pick and 2 London Comedy Film Festival Awards for Best Ensemble and Best Short Film, filming has now started on the series backed by Topic and Mermade. Written by and starring Liz Kingsman with Graham Dickson and Jim Archer directing. Al Roberts and Jon Pointing also join the cast.
The Lion King celebrates 20 years at the Lyceum Theatre this year, making it the sixth longest-running West End musical of all time. Don’t miss client Mark Roper as Pumba in the much loved show.
Lili Miller will make her professional stage debut as Catherine in Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge at York Theatre Royal and Royal and Derngate theatres. Cast by Polly Jerrold and directed by Juliet Forster, the show opens at York Theatre Royal on Friday 20th September and transfers to Royal and Derngate in Northampton on 14th October.
New comedy Defending the Guilty begins on 17 September at 10pm on BBC2. Will Sharpe plays Will Packham - an idealistic pupil barrister being shown the ropes by his cynical, worldly-wise pupilmaster Caroline (Katherine Parkinson). Claudia Jessie plays Will’s girlfriend Nessa across the series, with Harriet Webb playing guest lead Hetty.
Tyger Drew-Honey will make his stage debut in the upcoming tour of Laura Wade's Posh. Directed by Lucy Hughes, the show opens at Oxford Playhouse on Tuesday 3 September before touring to the Cambridge Arts Theatre, Theatre Royal Bath, Rose Theatre Kingston and Theatr Clwyd, Mold until 26 October 2019.
The hotly anticipated fantasy drama is now available on Amazon Prime. Ryan Hayes plays Constable Thatch across two episodes.
From the makers of Potted Potter comes this hilarious parody, starring comedy genius Brendan Murphy alongside Rosie Holt. Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival the show will play for a limited run at Wilton’s Music Hall from 3rd - 14th October. Written by Dan Clarkson and directed by Owen Lewis.
In an anniversary celebration, Gold is re-imagining Dad’s Army with a special series of lost episodes as an homage to the original programme. Featuring a stellar comedy cast, tune in at 8pm on Monday and Tuesday to see William Andrews feature as Captain Bailey. Casting by Catherine Willis.
Written by and starring Aisling Bea, the full series of This Way Up is available on All 4. Featuring clients Tom Bell, Sean Cernow and Rob Witcomb. Produced by Merman with casting by Catherine Willis.
Don’t miss the fantastic Richard Wisker as Declan in new CBBC series Flatmates which follows a group of friends taking their first steps into adulthood. Available exclusively on BBC iPlayer now.
Hatch has an incredible list of performers at this year’s festival, ranging from comedy to drama and sketch to stand-up. Clients include Abbie Murphy, Brendan Murphy, Clare Pointing, James McNicholas, Goose, Siblings, Ed Eales-White, Diane Chorley, Hunt & Murphy, Sophie Steer and Harriet Webb.
Breach Theatre’s award winning play It’s True, It’s True, It’s True returns to the Edinburgh Festival this month ahead of an international tour. Based on surviving court transcripts, Breach dramatise the seven-month rape trial that gripped Renaissance Rome, and ask how much has changed in the last four centuries. Starring Harriet Webb and Sophie Steer, 16-26 Aug, The Cowbarn.
Jonathan Pointing has recently wrapped on the new series of the hit ITV2 comedy PLEBS. The guest cast includes Amanda Holden, Tony Robinson, Phil Davis and Hatchers William Andrews, Phill Langhorne and Justine Cain. Casting from Catherine Willis - Plebs will return to screens this Autumn.
This brilliant new comedy from Shiny Button is coming soon to BBC, starring Tom Davis as the title role. Features an all star cast from Catherine Willis including Liz Kingsman, Al Roberts, Jamie Michie and Rob Witcomb.
New BBC pilot exploring life from the perspective of two Muslim comedians; Muzlamic, written by and starring Ali Shahalom, will be released on BBC3 on Monday 22 July. The show was produced by BBC Studios and also features James McNicholas within the cast.
New series Wild Bill stars Divian Ladwa as PC Drakes alongside Rob Lowe as Wild Bill Hixon, America’s top Metropolitan Police Chief who is headhunted by the UK and re-branded a Chief Constable. Casting by Sarah Crowe. Wednesdays at 9pm on ITV
The darkly comic love story 'Masters of Love' starring Owen Roberts and featuring James McNicholas enjoyed its world premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival last month and screens at the BFI this Friday as part of LOCO Comedy Film Festival.
Tom Bell plays Mr Bradley in the ‘obscenely enjoyable’ (The Guardian) new series of Harlots, which is now available on Starzplay via Amazon Prime. Casting by KVH.
Could you BE any more excited?! Written by & starring Brendan Murphy and directed by Hamish MacDougall, this show will take you through all 10 seasons of Friends as seen through the eyes of our favourite friend - Gunther. Catch him at the King’s Head Theatre at 9.30pm on the 11th & 12th July.
Kiell Smith-Bynoe takes his WIP show to Soho Theatre on 11th and 12th July. When it comes to children's entertainment, nobody does it better than Barty Strings. Until MC Spitta comes along. Spitta is a grime-based, party-rocking, show-stopping rogue of raw talent and he's quickly becoming the talk of the Kensington playgrounds.
Catch up with the entire series of Gentleman Jack on BBC iPlayer. The series explores the real story of Anne Lister, a wealthy 19th century Yorkshire landowner who is famous for her four-million-word diary that documented her lesbian relationships. Magnus Bruun joins the cast as Count Blücher alongside Suranne Jones, Amelia Bullmore, and Stephanie Cole. Written by Sally Wainwright, casting by Andy Pryor.
Sonita Henry returns as Raika for the second series of the Superman prequel story. Produced by DC Entertainment and cast by Priscilla John, the series will air on SyFy in the US on June 12th and E4 in the UK later in the year.
Alix Dunmore plays the hapless Andy in Stepping Out, the ultimate feel-good comedy, with live music and tap dancing! The show opens June 25th at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough and runs until 3rd August.
Double BAFTA nominated ‘Stath Lets Flats’ is returning to Channel 4 for a second series. Al Roberts and Kiell Smith-Bynoe play Al and Dean respectively. Get set for more sales-and-lettings silliness later in the year.
Having played the role on tour for the past year, Liam Jeavons joins The Comedy About A Bank Robbery as Mitch Ruscitti in the West End! You can see him in the hilarious comedy from Tuesday 25th June.