We have moved up all current TV and film home release news stories to the top as all theatre and cinema productions are on hold as a result of coronavirus government guidelines.
Luke Dayhill will be playing Andrew in ‘Moment of Grace’ written by Bren Gosling and directed by Nicky Allpress alongside Andrew Paul and Lucy Walker-Evans.
The Oxford School of Drama 2018 One Year Course Graduates Cat White and Isabella Speaight are looking for funding to produce and star in Farewell She Goes, an 18th Century story exploring female friendship, race and women's rights.
The winners of this year's Irish Times Theatre Awards were announced online this year, after the cancellation of the awards ceremony due to the Covid-19 crisis. Aoibhéann McCann has won the Irish Times best actress award for her portrayal of Blanche Dubois in the Lyric Theatre production.
Showing just how versatile she is, Cassie Bradley can currently be seen playing con woman Natalie in Coronation Street on ITV as well as Mary Magdalene in Jesus: His Life. Which is now airing on Amazon Prime Video.
The latest adaptation of Emma was made available for home viewing barely a month after its theatrical release. Emma was one of the first films to be released early due to the coronavirus pandemic, and was made available to watch on demand on 20th March. It is now available to rent on Amazon Video, Sky Store, Google Play, iTunes and BT TV Store.
The Oxford School of Drama graduate Charity Wakefield has produced A Serial Killers Guide to Life. It is a female led, jet black comedy film. Three other Oxford School of Drama graduates feature - Carys Lewis, Will Strange and Frances Millar.
Jemma is playing Grace Craven in The Secret Garden which is an adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's 1911 children's classic novel. From the producers of Harry Potter and Paddington.
Annabel returns to the BBC hit drama The Split on Tuesday 11 February alongside Nicola Walker, Fiona Button, Deborah Findlay and Stephen Mangan. The drama is set in a family legal firm specialising in divorce. You may recognise Annabel in a very different role - as Amena in Sky's Britannia.
ITV’s new crime drama brings together the "wildly ambitious" DCI McDonald (Tala Gouveia) with the "shy, modest" DS Dodds (Jason Watkins).
Lee reprised his role of Detective Inspector George Morris in the second series of Bancroft last month. Morris is described as 'an experienced police officer who has risen through the ranks due to his reliability and competence.
As well as being an Olivier Award-nominated actor, Catherine is forging a reputation as a best selling writer. Following on from her debut, Something in the Water, Catherine's latest novel is Mr Nobody, a gripping psychological thriller. The novel is published by Penguin Random House.
Ella returns for a second season of the BBC's Call the Midwife as the novice at Nonnatus House, Sister Frances. Ella, from North Yorkshire, graduated from the One Year Acting Course in 2017. Her other professional screen roles have been in the Emmy-nominated series Genius: Picasso for National Geographic and The Last Kingdom for Netflix.
Ella returns as Sister Frances in the Christmas special of BBC One’s Call the Midwife which will be broadcast at 7pm on Christmas Day. Ella joined the cast in the last season as a novice nun who makes up in enthusiasm for what she lacks in experience.
Ritu has a leading role in the three-part psychological drama Sticks and Stones. Written by Mike Barlett (Doctor Foster, Press, Trauma) the ITV series is a contemporary workplace drama set in a Reading Business Park.
Sam has joined the cast of Britannia for Season Two. She plays Andra, the sister of Amena who is played by fellow OSD graduate Annabel Scholey.
Sex Education and Derry Girls are both nominated for a 2019 Rose d’Or Award in the category ‘Comedy Drama and Sitcom’. One Year Course graduate Tanya Reynolds stars in Netflix’s Sex Education as Lily, the sex-mad clarinetist and Foundation Course graduate Nicola Coughlan plays Clare Devlin, the voice of reason in the Derry Girls’ gang.