Charlotte is currently touring in Theatre Royal Bath’s production of Abigail’s Party. The tour will take her from Bath to Cheltenham, Eastbourne, Norwich, Oxford, Cambridge, Malvern and Richmond. The cast includes Abigail Abbington (Sherlock), Ben Caplan (Sunny Afternoon) Rose Keegan (Bedroom Farce) and Ciaran Owens (Titus Andronicus).
Emma is starring in the new play Nivelli’s War at the Belfast Lyric. Produced by Cahoots NI in association with the Lyric, and written by acclaimed playwright Charles Way, Nivelli’s War is a spellbinding family drama which blends theatre, magic, illusion with original music.
Seán reprises his role one of the three Connolly brothers on which An Klondike centres and is joined by Tim who plays Micí Bán Connolly. The Irish TV series has been critically acclaimed and was nominated for 10 awards at last year’s Irish Film and Television Awards, winning five, including the prestigious award for Best Drama Series. Season 2 picks up a few weeks after the climactic events that brought the first season to a close and continues the story of the Connolly brothers as they struggle to forge an empire for themselves during the Klondike gold rush of the 1890s.
Brendan and Henry will be in Phil Willmott’s production Incident at Vichy from 28 March until 22 April. It will be the first professional production of Arthur Miller’s play in over 50 years.
Denholm has just finished The HIV Monologues at Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, for which he received critical acclaim:
The first production in the Liverpool Everyman’s Repertory Season, Fiddler on the Roof, opened on 18 February.
The revival of Claire McIntyre’s Low Level Panic starring Samantha Pearl opens to acclaim at The Orange Tree Theatre.
Catherine returns to the stage in April De Angelis’s stage adaptation of the best-selling novel, My Brilliant Friend. The production, directed by Melly Still, opens at The Rose Theatre in Kingston on 25 February and plays until 2 April