Andrew is currently in the West End company of the Olivier Award-winning spy thriller The 39 Steps and will be until June 2014. Andrew is understudying both halves of the hilarious multi-role-playing double act that together create all the supporting cast of the original movie! The show is on at the Criterion Theatre, where Andrew will be performing every Wednesday and Saturday matinee until the end of November.
Elin is France and Germany for six weeks (4 November till 18 December) touring a production of The Elephant Man in which she plays all the female roles. Elin, who is a fluent French speaker, has just finished a UK tour of the stage show Une Journee sur la Cote d'Azur.
Abigail is in rehearsals for The BFG, in which she is playing Sophie. The show will run at the Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, from 12 December 2013 to 1 January 2014.
We are delighted to announce that Lachlan is playing three roles for the Faction's rep season in 2014: Oedipus in Thebes; Horatio in Hamlet; and Roller in The Robbers. The Faction won the Best Ensemble Award at the Off West End Awards 2013 and the Peter Brook Award for Best Ensemble 2011.For more information, go to www.thefaction.org.uk or find them on Twitter @FactionTheatre.
THE DEAFENING SILENCE for Still Born Charity 'Abigails Footsteps' premieres on monday 9th December in London and will feature on ITV's Daybreak. View the trailer.
Catherine's OneShot finalist LIARS has been selected for The 2013 Van d'Or Awards and will screen as part of the Cannes in a Van's 2014 season. It has screened at multiple film festivals including its US premiere at LA Comedy Fest and as part of the opening comedies at London Short Film Festival.
Last month Kudzi played Aaron in Titus Andronicus at York Theatre Royal.
Andrew is back in London after a six-month tour of Austrian schools playing Phileas Fogg in Around the World in 80 Days for Vienna's English Theatre. In October he popped up in Borough Market as Little John in a one-off performance of Robin Hood for Lion's Part Theatre Company.
Congratulations to Luke, who appeared as Joe in the award-winning You Once Said Yes with Look Left Look Right from 11 to 26 August in Edinburgh at The Udderbelly. The show was sold out before the festival even began!
Luke has also recently completed a short film, The Trouble Downstairs. He plays the lead, Calvin, a hipster/Sherlock Holmes-type figure.
Caryl appeared in the aclaimed Pause in the Camden fringe this August.
A recent addition to our books, Caryl trained at the ArtsEd, following a successful career as an ophthalmic surgeon.
In May Chris filmed a fantastic pilot for a new TV comedy, Grass Roots, produced by Artists in Motion with the James Grant Group. The show was written and directed by Luke Flanagan and Matt Connolly. Click here to see the trailer.
In August Chris played Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night. The show, produced by Antic Disposition, toured the south of France. For info please go to: www.ad-tour.com
Martin has just reprised the role of love-lorn Derek, still chasing the flame-haired girl who got away, in a series of three ads for the Irish bank KBC. The director is Dave Caffery, among whose recent credits is the BBC hit drama, Line of Duty.
Over the last year or so Martin Durrant, along with Chris Courtenay, has been seen in over 30 film festivals in The Furred Man (Evil Hypnotist). The film has won 13 festival prizes to date, including Best Horror at the Limelight Film and Arts Awards (2011), and has also been screened on Channel 4. Find out more on the Facebook page The Furred Man or watch the film on YouTube
Tony Wredden, a former Crescent actor, can currently be seen as Esai in the FOX drama Da Vinci's Demons. It was cast by Priscilla John through Crescent, and is written and directed by David Goyer (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, the Blade franchise, and the upcoming Man of Steel).