Ryan will play Rafael Humphreys in sunny Erinsborough - a character with some dark secrets. This a very different role for Ryan and we cannot wait to watch! He will hit our screens on Channel 5 in 2018.
Kenneth Collard returns as Steg Steggson, resident of corrupt ‘fairy’ state and parallel universe Munty. Dave has commissioned 6 episodes of Zapped Series 2 to air on October 12th. Surely this will give Brian (James Buckley) enough time to make it out of Munty ? Steve Coogan executive produces for Baby Cow.
Following an acclaimed UK tour, All the Little Lights receives its London premiere at the Arcola Theatre! Sarah Hoare stars as Lisa, and the play will be on until October 31st. For tickets, please click here.
Nick Rhys joins the cast of Holby City as Jeremy Warren – a grieving man who arrives at the hospital to investigate the circumstances surrounding his mother's death. The show is on every Tuesday at 8pm.
Jamie Michie stars in the 4th series of Black Mirror. The Netflix show is created by Charlie Brooker, and each episode features a different story revolving around the dark side of life and technology. The next season is set to air early 2018.
We are thrilled to announce Divian Ladwa joins the Marvel universe and is currently filming Peyton Reed's sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp. Divian plays Usman and stars alongside Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michelle Pfeiffer. Cinema release in 2018.
Filming is underway for the new 7-part adaptation of Vanity Fair. The show is a Mammoth Screen Production for ITV/Amazon which will be released in 2018. 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.
Thomas now officially joins the new West End cast of the multi-award winning play Harry Potter & The Cursed Child as Ron Weasley. If you’re lucky to have tickets already, you’re in for a treat, as performances have now started with the renewed cast.
Fletcher's back...but not quite how you remember! The beloved 70s show returns on the 6th October, starring Harman Singh as Aziz and Sean Cernow as Bluebeard. From original series creators Dick Clement and Ian La Frencais, the show follows Norman Fletcher's grandson Nigel 'Fletch' Fletcher who gets locked up.
Ethan Lawrence stars alongside Nicole Kidman, Elle Fanning, Ruth Wilson, and Alex Sharp in punk-romance How to Talk to Girls at Parties. The film, which premiered in Cannes earlier in the year, now heads to the London Film Festival on the 6th and 7th of October. For tickets, please click here - http://bit.ly/2xy6fDs
Having just finished the UK Tour, Oliver Boot will reprise his role as Roger Shears in the international tour of the Olivier winning play Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. The play follows Christopher Boone, a young boy with autism spectrum disorder who discovers his neighbor's dog dead one night, and sets out on a quest to find the killer.
Outlander returns for a highly anticipated third season and Emma Campbell-Jones joins the cast as Mary McNab. The show is based on the series of historical novels by Diana Gabaldon. Mary is introduced in episode 2, airing in the US this Sunday 17th on STARZ and season 3 is available now to watch on Amazon Prime in the UK.
Emma Campbell-Jones joins a star studded cast in the timely UK premiere of Gore Vidal’s award-winning political thriller. Previews are at the Theatre Royal, Windsor and it is soon to tour to Theatre Royal Brighton (25 to 30 September), Richmond Theatre (2 to 7 October), Theatre Royal Bath (9 to 14 October) and Cambridge Arts Theatre (16 to 21 October).
Eight 21st century lads are to be transported back to the Roman Empire to see if they can cut it as gladiators. Acting as the eyes and ears of the elusive Emperor is his Assistant, "Dominus", played by Tom Bell. The series will air on Thursdays at 9pm on ITV2.
Filming is underway for the third series of the BAFTA winning Detectorists. The show follows Andy and Lance, two friends and metal detectorists who go in search of treasures in the small fictional town of Danebury in northern Essex. Series reg Divian Ladwa returns joined by Claudia Jessie, Dan Tetsell, and Sarah Hoare.
Georgina Leonidas will star as Stella in the new stage adaptation of David Walliams' bestselling children's book 'Awful Auntie'. The tour will be delighting audiences nationwide from September.
Robert Galbraith's (AKA J. K. Rowling's) best selling crime fiction novels come to our screens in a BBC adaptation. The saga starts on Sunday 27th with 'The Cuckoo's Calling' on BBC1 and the full series features fellow Hatchers, Ian Attard, Catherine Bailey, Toby Bryant and Harriet Green.
Sam Palladio stars as Gunnar Scott in the fifth season of Nashville now screening on Sky Living, Fridays at 9pm. Sam will be playing at the Royal Albert Hall this Saturday and Sunday for Nashville in Concert.
The BBC has announced it's upcoming slate of sitcom pilots and we can't wait to watch the new Comedy Slices later in the year. Bekka Bowling has written on new animated sitcom 'Sticky' and Kirsty J Curtis and Kiell Smith-Bynoe will star in 'Hailmakers' and 'Enterprice' respectively.
Hatch has lots of lovely clients at the Fringe this year. Jon Pointing and Phoebe Walsh will perform debut solo shows whilst David Benson, Sophie Steer and Max Dickins will be performing plays. Jo Neary is in a children's show, Kiell Smith-Bynoe stars in London Hughes' new show and Tom Bell is hosting a quiz!
Uber team Daniel Clarkson, co-creator of Potted Potter and Olivier nominated director Owen Lewis are recreating King Kong at The Vaults, London. Rob Crouch, Alix Dunmore, and Brendan Murphy will star in this witty, intrepid comedy until 27 August.
From the minds behind spoof news website, The Daily Mash, comes satirical news show, The Mash Report. Tom Bell will star as various characters across the series and keep eyes peeled for appearances from Jonathan Pointing too. The series airs at 10pm on Thursdays on BBC Two.
A Quiet Passion is now out on DVD, staring Catherine Bailey opposite Cynthia Nixon and directed by Terence Davies. The film follows the story of American poet Emily Dickinson, and was voted one of the best films out in the UK for 2017.