Look out for DOUGLAS REITH (see actors) who appears in two episodes of Downton Abbey coming up soon. His character, Lord Merton, appeared briefly in the last series but has more to do in the current run.
We're very pleased to have two clients in the RSC's upcoming Christmas production of Wendy and Peter Pan. GREGORY GUDGEON (see actors) will be playing Smee and COLIN RYAN (see actors) will be playing Tom in the show directed by Jonathan Munby, which opens in Stratford-upon-Avon on the 18th of December and plays until the 22nd of March.
KIRSTY OSWALD (see actresses) is now in rehearsals for The Winter's Tale at the Sheffield Crucible. She will be playing Perdita in the production directed by Paul Miller, which will run from the 2nd of October until the 2nd of November.
MARCUS GRIFFITHS (see actors) is to play Greene in the RSC's production of Richard II, his second job with the company. The production, starring David Tennant and directed by Gregory Doran, will run in Stratford-upon-Avon from the 10th of October until the 16th of November and at the Barbican from the 9th of December until the 25th of January.
Immediately following her stint at Edinburgh, JESSICA BAGLOW (see actresses) is now in Bolton rehearsing for roles in An Inspector Calls and Long Day's Journey Into Night at the Octagon Theatre.
MARK LEADBETTER (see actors) is currently rehearsing for the UK tour of Fog by Tash Fairbanks and Toby Wharton, which first appeared at the Finborough Theatre last year to great reviews. Directed by Ché Walker, the play will run in venues including the Tron Theatre in Glasgow, Nottingham Playhouse, the Tobacco Factory in Bristol and the Park Theatre in London.
SEAN KINGSLEY (see actors) will soon be playing the romantic lead in Jackie the Musical, a new musical based on the iconic girls' magazine. It will play at the Gardyne Theatre, Dundee, from the 19th of September to the 5th of October.
JULIE TEAL (see actresses) will soon be heading on tour playing Mrs Norris and Mrs Price in a production of Mansfield Park. The show, produced by Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, will take in venues including the Kingston Rose, Northampton Royal & Derngate and Edinburgh Kings.