Emily leads the new company for A Comedy about a Bank Robbery which is in its third year in the West End. Emily has joined the cast at the Criterion in the lead role of Caprice Freeboys.
Nick will be touring nationwide in The Mousetrap until November 2019. The tour opens in Guildford on 29 January 2019 before visiting Northampton, Sheffield, Colchester, Southport, Sunderland, Wycombe, Bromley, Cheltenham, Oxford, Crewe, Coventry, Crawley, Darlington, Exeter, Salford, York, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Southend, Nottingham, Bristol, Stoke, Brighton, Norwich, Malvern, Bournemouth, Dartford, Eastbourne and Cardiff with more venues to be announced.
Chanelle, who graduated from our Three Year Acting Course in July 2018, is making her professional stage debut in Ivo van Hove’s production of All About Eve, the Academy Award-winning film by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. The production stars Gillian Anderson and Lily James and will run at the Noel Coward Theatre from 2nd February 2019 to 11th May 2019.
You will be seeing a lot more of Olivia Bromley in forthcoming episodes of Emmerdale as her character, Dawn, will be a regular fixture on the hit ITV series. Dawn was introduced to Emmerdale on April 25 last year as part of an acid attack storyline.
Emily Steel’s 19 Weeks was a huge hit at the 2018 Adelaide Fringe Festival and went on to be nominated for 6 awards, winning two of them. It is Emily’s own story of having a termination when her baby was diagnosed with Downs Syndrome.
Channel 4’s drama based on the ‘Leave’ referendum campaign has three OSD graduates in the cast including Lee Boardman playing controversial businessman Arron Banks.
Tanya starts 2019 in two major series. In Delicious on Sky One she reprises her role as Dawn French’s troubled daughter.
Great friend of the school and award-winning playwright, Jodi Gray, has had her play Thrown published by Nick Hern Books in Plays from the Vault 4.