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Cassie Bradley plays regular, Natalie Watkins, in ITV1’s Coronation Street

Cassie Bradley plays regular, Natalie Watkins, in ITV1’s Coronation Street

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Cassie has joined the cast of Corrie as waitress from Nick's restaurant in Nottingham, who helped with a con by withdrawing someone’s money from various cash points. She then tries to blackmail him. Cassie is no stranger to soaps, having recently played regular Leigh-Anne in BBC1’s Casualty.

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Gemma Barnett is nominated for Best Female Performer in a Play in the 2019 Offies

Gemma Barnett is nominated for Best Female Performer in a Play in the 2019 Offies

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Gemma has just been nominated for her performance in A Hundred Words for Snow at Trafalgar Studios 2.  In a hat-trick the director, Lucy Jane Atkinson and writer, Tatty Hennessy have also been nominated.

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Gabriella Moran stars in and co-writes short film, Nyet!, bought by Sky TV

Gabriella Moran stars in and co-writes short film, Nyet!, bought by Sky TV

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Nyet!: A Brexit UK Border Farce, co-written by Gabriella, Alex Helfrecht and Jorg Tittel is available on Sky Arts Channel. The timely short film is produced by Oiffy and mines a seam of black humour in which post-Brexit British border ports are clogged and there is an illicit trade in food from the European mainland. The short also stars Olivia Williams (An Education), Beatie Edney (Poldark) and Garry Mountaine (The Lobster).

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Maimuna Memon appears on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

Maimuna Memon appears on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

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· Maimuna was interviewed and sang on the BBC’s flagship news programme, Today, on the morning of Wednesday 20th March in a package about Standing at the Sky’s Edge, a new musical at Sheffield Crucible Theatre with music and lyrics by Richard Hawley and book by Chris Bush.

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Daniel Burke is nominated for a 2018 Sunday Times/National Theatre Ian Charleson Award

Daniel Burke is nominated for a 2018 Sunday Times/National Theatre Ian Charleson Award

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The shortlist for the 2018 Sunday Times/National Theatre Ian Charleson Awards has just been announced and includes OSD graduate, Daniel Burke. The awards were created to acknowledge the work of actors under 30 in a classical role (defined as written before 1918), in memory of the National’s great 1989 Hamlet, who died of complications caused by Aids two months after his final performance in the role.

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Ella Road’s <em>The Phlebotomist</em> at Hampstead Theatre is nominated for a 2019 Laurence Olivier Award

Ella Road’s The Phlebotomist at Hampstead Theatre is nominated for a 2019 Laurence Olivier Award

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Ella’s debut play has been nominated in the category ‘Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre’.  It premiered in the Downstairs theatre at Hampstead last year and has transferred to the main house there and will open on 19th March.

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Lucy Strange wins 2019 Audie Award for the narration of her novel <em>The Secret of Nightingale Wood</em>

Lucy Strange wins 2019 Audie Award for the narration of her novel The Secret of Nightingale Wood

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The Secret of Nightingale Wood, Lucy’s debut novel received rapturous reviews when it was first published in 2016. 

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Victoria Blunt opens in <em>Macbeth</em> at Watermill Theatre Newbury

Victoria Blunt opens in Macbeth at Watermill Theatre Newbury

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Victoria is playing Malcolm in the latest Shakespeare to be produced at the Watermill as part of its resident Shakespeare company initiative.

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Charity Wakefield opens in <em>Emilia</em> in the West End on 8 March

Charity Wakefield opens in Emilia in the West End on 8 March

Charity reprises her role as William Shakespeare in the transfer of Morgan Lloyd Malcom’s hit play Emilia

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