Sam Palladio stars alongside Vanessa Hudgens & Nick Sagar in brand new Festive Feature The Princess Switch. This Netflix Original is now available Worldwide and is the perfect pre-Christmas heartwarmer to get us in the mood for holidays. Sam also wrote and performed the title track to the film, Bring The Snow, which is available on Spotify.
The brilliant Connor McIntyre stars in Cinderella alongside Les Dennis as the Ugly Sister and Gareth Gates as Prince Charming. Running from 8th December until 30th December at Manchester’s Opera House.
The critically acclaimed Vanity Fair will be released worldwide on Amazon Prime from Dec 21st. The 7 part drama from Mammoth Screen, Directed by James Strong and cast by Theo Park Stars Claudia Jessie as Amelia Sedley opposite Olivia Cooke as Becky Sharpe. Wonderful all star cast includes Tom Bateman, Johnny Flynn, Martin Clunes, Suranne Jones, Simon Russell Beale, Frances De La Tour and Michael Palin as William Makepeace Thackeray.
Liam Jeavons is taking a break from touring with The Comedy About A Bank Robbery to join the company in the West End. Liam will be playing Mitch Ruscitti from Tuesday 18th December until Sunday 13th January - make sure you don’t miss him!
The new series written by Kayode Ewumi follows on from a successful pilot earlier this year. Kiell Smith-Bynoe returns to play the legendary Guy across the series with guest turns from Shaq B. Grant and Timmika Ramsay. Available from 10am on 29th November on BBC iPlayer and airing on BBC One from 30th November.
This much loved comedy reaches series 5, with the full boxset available on BBC Three from January 4th. The fabulous Andie MacDowell joins the mayhem as Ivy. Tyger Drew-Honey, Kenneth Collard, Matt Lacey all star as series regs with Amanda Rawnsley and Bhav Joshi popping up as guests. Produced by Roughcut Television and cast by Catherine Willis. Series 1-4 are available on the BBC iPlayer now.
Divian Ladwa is currently filming the new ITV crime drama about a high-flying US police chief Bill Hixon who lands in Boston, Lincolnshire, with his daughter in tow. Divian will play PC Drakes across the series with Bill being played by Rob Lowe.
It's finally here... The Last Kingdom returns to Netflix for season 3 and Magnus Bruun joins the cast as Cnut Ranulfson.
He’s back! Luther returns for a fifth series, with Sonita Henry appearing as Daria Shubik. The show will air New Year’s Day (Tuesday 1st January) at 9pm on BBC One. Series 1-4 are now available to stream on Netflix and BBC iPlayer.
Throw your K’s up! Kurupt FM are back for their fifth series with the full box set available now on BBC iPlayer. The BAFTA winning production from Roughcut Television is written by its lead cast, directed by Jack Clough with Ash Atalla & Jon Petrie Exec Producing. Dan Sylvester stars as DJ Decoy
Filming has now wrapped on the new ten part docudrama I Knew Jesus - starring Greg Barnett in the title role. The production will follow the story of Jesus through the eyes of the men and women who were closest to him. Produced by Nutopia, filmed in Morocco and brilliantly cast by Catherine Willis. Worldwide release on A+E in 2019.
From Kindle Entertainment comes an exciting 13 part drama! Set in an idyllic island summer camp, dark secrets will turn the holiday of a lifetime into a twisted nightmare. A fun thriller written by Dan Berlinka and Nina Metivier, and starring the brilliant Lisa Ambalavanar and Nneka Okoye. Catch the full box set out on BBC iplayer now.
We're delighted to announce Kiell Smith-Bynoe will star in this spooky new BBC One comedy. Due to air next year, the sitcom follows an all-star comedy cast playing restless spirits squabbling in a crumbling country house. Ed Kear and Tom Mackley will also guest in the series.
Join Diane Chorley, matriarch of Canvey Island’s cult 1980s nightclub The Flick, her house band The Buffet and loyal bodyguard Ron as she outshines two dazzling guests from stage and screen in her sell-out, smash-hit talk show 'Chatting with Chorley'. Diane’s monthly residency at Soho Theatre continues, with her next show on 26th November.
With season 11 in full swing and Jodie Whittaker on incredible form as the first female Doctor, Claudia Jessie enters the adventure as Kira this Sunday in Kerblam! Beautifully cast by Andy Pryor and team, the BBC series is produced by Chris Chibnall.
The biopic about everyone’s favorite Queen, Freddie Mercury, has been a critical and commercial smash! Make sure to catch it in cinema’s whilst you still can and watch our Rosy Benjamin as Dominique.
Sophie Steer returns to the Antler and Bush Theatre co-production Lands. The show, which was a sellout at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017, is an absurd tragi-comedy and explores the complex nature of relationships. It will be on until December 1st at the Bush Theatre, with a few tour dates across the UK. For tickets, click here.
The new series will air on BBC2 every Friday at 10pm. Nish Kumar will once again be fronting the show with Tom Bell returning as various comic characters across the series. The Mash Report is an up to the minute, satirical news show working with comedy website The Daily Mash.
David Mackenzie's epic new feature film ‘Outlaw King’ is now available on Netflix. Robert the Bruce leads a band of outlaws to help him reclaim the throne. Jamie Michie stars as Lord Hay alongside Chris Pine and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. Produced by Sigma Films for Netflix, cast by the brilliant team at Kahleen Crawford Casting.
Filming is underway in Russia, Latvia, and Lithuania for the HBO/Sky series Catherine the Great, with Helen Mirren starring as the title role. Sam Palladio has been cast as her young lover Alexander Vasilichikov. Written by Nigel Williams, the four part mini-series will follow the latter years of Catherine’s 34-year reign, as she builds Russia’s reputation as one of the great powers of Europe.
Emily Lloyd-Saini will guest on Rob Delaney’s Stand Up Central this week alongside Rob and Iain Stirling. The latest episode of the new series will air on Wednesday 7th November at 10pm on Comedy Central.
Delighted to announce that Elen Rhys will lead the cast of the upcoming BBC crime drama The Mallorca Files opposite Julian Looman. The Cosmopolitan Pictures/ Clerkenwell Films co-production written by Dan Sefton starts filming in November and will air on BBC One and iPlayer next year.
The fantasy comedy ‘Zapped’ is back for a stonking third series. Kenneth Collard returns as Steg, joined by James Buckley, Sharon Rooney, Paul Kaye, and Louis Emerick. Divian Ladwa guest stars alongside as well. Produced by Baby Cow Productions and cast once more by Kevin Riddle. Starts Wednesdays at 10pm on Dave.
Joseph Balderrama plays James Horne alongside the legendary comedy duo Laurel & Hardy played by Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly. The film will close the BFI London Film Festival this year, as it’s world premiere on October 21st.
We’re delighted to announce Pippa Duffy will play Cassandra in the brand new musical. The treasured television series has been adapted for the stage by Jim Sullivan and comedy giant Paul Whitehouse. It opens next year at the Theatre Royal Haymarket and co-stars Paul Whitehouse and Tom Bennett as Granddad and Del Boy.
The much loved sitcom returns for its 5th series on BBC One. James Baxter and Katie Redford reprise their roles of Leroy & Beth across the series. Catch brand new eps on Sunday nights at 8.30pm.
The second series of the ITV comedy continues with Molly McGlynn joining the cast to play Zoe, Kerry Godliman’s daughter, who further disturbs the peace for the unlucky couple! Wednesdays at 8pm.
BAFTA nominated 'Pls Like' is returning for a second series starring Jonathan Pointing as loveable YouTuber Charlie South. Produced by Rupert Majendie for Shiny Button and directed by Tom Kinglsey. All six episodes are available to watch on BBC iPlayer with the series airing as double-billed episodes on Friday evenings.
Karl Pilkington returns to Sky One with his first-ever scripted comedy drama, Sick of it. In this new six-part Sky original production, co-written with Richard Yee, Karl plays Karl, a grumpy cabbie living with his aunt and trying to get over his long-term (now ex-) girlfriend. Bekka Bowling guests in episode two, you can catch up on NowTV.