SIMON CARROLL-JONES (see actors) is currently rehearsing for Sometimes There's Light [Sometimes There's Dark] for Moving Dust, a multi-sensory performance that incorporates text and dance and will be staged in derelict and historical buildings around the country. The tour begins on the 8th of November and will visit Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Alnmouth and Newcastle as well as London's Oval House between the 11th to 15th of November.
MARCUS GRIFFITHS (see actors) is currently playing Prince Annaba in a new Canal Plus series shooting in Paris called Versailles. The 10 part series follows King Louis XIV of France and the construction of his palace.
We're thrilled that GINA ISAAC (see actresses) is to join 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 begins at the Lowry, Salford on the 18th of December.
2014 Arts Ed graduate MAX HESMONDHALGH (see actors) is now rehearsing for Journey's End at Contexture Theatre in Bishop's Stortford. He will be playing Raleigh in the show which runs from the 7th to the 14th of October.
RANJIT KRISHNAMMA (see actors) has been cast in Behind The Beautiful Forevers at the National Theatre. The play, adapted by David Hare from the book by Katherine Boo and set in the Mumbai slums, will be directed by Rufus Norris and runs from the 10th of November.
JESSICA BAGLOW (see actresses) has returned to the Octagon Theatre in Bolton to begin rehearsals for Early One Morning. This will be her fifth show at the theatre, which runs from the 9th of October until the 1st of November and will be directed by David Thacker.
SIMON CARROLL-JONES (see actors) will soon be performing in The Situation Room at the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter. This interactive theatre piece set in the Cold War invites the audience to decide the fate of a fictional Middle Eastern state, led either by a representative of the US or the USSR. The play runs from the 9th to 20th of September.
PEPTER LUNKUSE (see actresses) has started rehearsals for The Vertical Hour at the Park Theatre. The play by David Hare premiered on Broadway in 2006 and its UK premier at the Royal Court in 2008 became the fastest selling new play in the theatre's history. This production will be directed by Nigel Douglas and runs from the 23rd of September until the 26th of October.
SALLY SCOTT (see actresses) is in rehearsals for the role of Rosalind in As You Like It at the Southwark Playhouse. Derek Bond directs the production which will run from the 18th of September until the 18th of October.