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.
SALLY SCOTT (see actresses) can be seen playing the Ghost of Diana in King Charles III in the West End, which runs until the 31st of January.
She will also soon be performing 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 - 21 February before going on tour.
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 the 18th of March.
GREGORY GUDGEON (see actors) is now at Watford Palace Theatre rehearsing for Jefferson's Garden, a new play by Timberlake Wertenbaker. The play is directed by the theatre's artistic director Brigid Larmour and runs from 5 - 21 February.
JOHN O'MAHONY (see actors) is currently in Glasgow working on A Christmas Carol at the Citizens Theatre. The production is directed by Dominic Hill and will be on from the 29th of November until the 3rd of January.
MAXWELL HUTCHEON (see actors) has joined the cast of Tiger Country at Hampstead Theatre. The play is a revival of Hampstead's 2011 production written and directed by Nina Raine and set in a London hospital. Catch it from the 8th of December until the 17th of January.
ALICE FRANKLIN (see actresses) is now in rehearsals for Saxon Court at Southwark Playhouse. Directed by Melanie Spencer for Made By Brick Productions, the play is set in a City based recruitment company at the height of the financial crisis. It runs from the 19th of November until the 13th of December.
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.