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Congratulations to MAEVE O'SULLIVAN (see actresses) who has been nominated for Best Newcomer in the Manchester Theatre Awards for her work in Close The Coalhouse Door at Oldham Coliseum. The awards ceremony will be held on the 13th of March.
Maeve will next be performing in Playing For Time at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, from 12 March to 4 April.
Editor MATTHEW TABERN has recently started on the new series of Wallander which is shooting and cutting in South Africa. The director is Ben Caron, with Sanne Wohlenberg in the producer's chair.
Look out for WILL BARTON (see actors) in award winning Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory Of Everything - he makes a very funny appearance as Stephen's voice technician!
Congratulations to PHILIP KLOSS on winning the RTS Documentary Editing Award for Stop At Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story, an ABC production in association with Passion Pictures. Philip is just putting the finishing touches to Coalition a 90' one off drama directed by Alex Holmes for Cuba Pictures to be screened soon on Channel 4..
DANNY HORN (see actors) will shortly be starting a 13 episode part in Emmerdale. He will be playing the character of Darren in the popular series based at ITV Studios in Leeds.
Editor JAMES HUGHES is now reunited with director Charles Martin for a new two part Iain Banks adaptation - Stonemouth. The BBC2 project shoots in Scotland and is produced by Willy Wands.
We're thrilled that GINA ISAAC (see actresses) has joined the cast of the new UK tour of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time as Judy, a leading role. The tour of the hit West End show began at the Lowry, Salford on 18 December.
Two of our editors, STEVE SINGLETON and DAVID FISHER are cutting the big NBC series A.D. which shoots in Ouarzazate, Morocco. Steve is working with director Brian Kelly and David will be cutting with Rob Evans.
COLIN RYAN and MARCUS GRIFFITHS (see actors) have both been cast in the RSC's 2015 Swan Theatre season, which includes Love's Sacrifice, The Jew of Malta and Volpone, directed by Matthew Dunster, Justin Audibert and Trevor Nunn respectively. The season opens with The Jew of Malta on 18 March.
The latest series of The Syndicate is now being cut by editor RACHEL HOULT who is working with director Dominic Leclerc. The third series of the Kay Mellor written drama is based in Leeds, with Yvonne Francas in the producer's chair.
RANJIT KRISHNAMMA (see actors) is currently in two plays at the National. Behind The Beautiful Forevers is an adaptation by David Hare from the book by Katherine Boo set in the Mumbai slums, and is directed by Rufus Norris. Dara has been adapted by Tanya Ronder from the play by Shahid Nadeem and is directed by Nadia Fall.
Ranjit has also just filmed a small part on the British movie Urban Hymn.
Top Welsh editor SARA JONES has just finished Wales based feature Stanley, directed by Gareth Bryn for Boom Pictures, prior to which she cut the feautre film version of Under Milk Wood, produced and directed by Kevin Allen. She will shortly be going on to Hinterland.
SALLY SCOTT (see actresses) can be seen in Harvey, a revival of the play first produced on Broadway in 1944 which was then immortalised in the classic 1950 film. The play will run at Birmingham Rep from 6 to 21 February and will then tour before arriving in the West End for a run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from 17 March to 2 May.
CRISPIN GREEN has been cutting Game of Thrones for directors Jeremy Podeswa and Miguel Sapochnik. The hugely successful HBO fantasy series is on its fifth season and is based in Belfast.
Catch DOUGLAS REITH (see actors) playing Lord Merton again in the fifth series of Downton Abbey which starts on Sunday 21 September.
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