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.
The 3rd year students have been busy performing in a new play by Singapore-born playwright, Joel Tan called no particular order this week. The play is set in an unnamed place in an unnamed time, where a despot has come to power. What we see of this country is a flicker book of portraits - lyrical, witty, and savage snapshots that chart the human landscape of revolutions past, present, and future.
Established earlier this year by recent graduates, Flaw State, announced its first production, Bored of Knives, written by Kitty Fox Davis and Megan Louise Wilson. After a successful run at The White Bear in London the show will now be transferring to Greenwich Theatre and will run from May 12th to May 16th.
House of Shame is a debut play written by Daisy Marsh and directed by Billy Dunmore. It will be performed at Katzpace from 10th to 13th May. Both graduated from The Oxford School of Drama in 2018 and this is their first play from the newly created theatre company; Slap and Tickle. Set in 1966, House of Shame is a black comedy about three friends and their captive.
Anything is Possible if You Think About It Hard Enough is on from the 1st to 25th April at the Southwark Playhouse performed by Small Things Theatre and was written by one of our graduates Cordelia O'Neill.
Damian graduated from the One Year Course in 2019 and is playing the role of Ralph in Bryony Lavery’s Frozen at The Blue Orange Theatre in Birmingham in April.
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.
Sophie was awarded the title of 'Breakthrough UK Honoree' at the 6th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival at a ceremony in London last month. Sophie has just received ecstatic reviews for her portrayal of Christine Keeler in the BBC's Sunday night series The Trial of Christine Keeler:
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.
Jude returns to the Globe to star in an experimental production of The Taming of the Shrew. The production opens tonight and plays until 18 April at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Director Maria Gaitanidi has directed the production so that roles are played by different company members at different performances.
ITV’s new crime drama brings together the "wildly ambitious" DCI McDonald (Tala Gouveia) with the "shy, modest" DS Dodds (Jason Watkins).
Gabby Best’s 10,432 Sheep will be at The Vaults Festival on 27 and 28 February.
Gabby’s show is about insomnia. She hasn’t slept properly in years, which is why she feels like a ghost and looks like a shoe...
From 27 January to 1 February, Sarah Jane performs Appropriate at Origin Theatre in NYC.
Sarah Jane’s play was the winner of Summerhall Lustrum Award for Excellence at Edinburgh Fringe 2019 and nominated for Bewley’s Little Gem Award at Dublin Fringe 2018.
Dr Korczak's Example is set in an orphanage in the Warsaw ghetto in 1942. It is the powerful and enduring true story of Dr Janusz Korczak, a Polish educator and children’s author who championed the rights of young people, believing every child has the right to freedom, respect and love. It runs from 27 January - 15 February.