Until June this year Andrew is in the West End company of the Olivier Award-winning spy thriller The 39 Steps. Although understudying both the multi-role-playing leads who together create all the supporting cast of the original movie, Andrew will be going on as Man 2 for three weeks from 27 March! The show is on at the Criterion Theatre.
From 11 to 29 March Lachlan will be appearing as the King of Navarre in Marlow's The Massacre at Paris, directed by James Wallace. The show is at the historic Rose Theatre, Bankside. For more details, go to:
Next month Lachlan will be moving from stage to screen when he shoots a sitcom pilot episode of Tom's Music Videos of Doom (Uncanny Films). Lachlan plays Guy, the main antagonist.
Rebecca is looking forward to a busy few months (April to November) up in Keswick, Cumbria, at the renowned Theatre by the Lake. She'll be a key performer in their 2014 rep season, playing Clara in Rookery Nook, Muna in Seeing the Lights and Kate in Old Times.
Last year, Rebecca returned to the award-winning Sheringham Rep, where she appeared in the darkly comic thriller Deathtrap and in the farce Tom, Dick and Harry.
In April Chris will appear as part of the launch schedule of London Live, the new TV channel dedicated to the capital, in the sitcom Grass Roots. The show, written and directed by Luke Flanagan and Matt Connolly, follows the fortunes of a struggling London football club and its hapless manager. Chris plays an FA official on a fact-finding mission.
Chris has also just shot a corporate film for Maverick, directed by Neil Armstrong.
Kudzi will soon be shooting the first series (for South African broadcast) of The Kingmakers (Arfilms). She plays a pirate-radio DJ/bounty hunter in a fictional African country in the grip of civil war.
Last October Kudzi played Aaron in Titus Andronicus at York Theatre Royal.
After a successful preview season in Bristol, Shaelee recently performed as Chloe in This Is Where We Live at the Vibe Gallery in London's Brick Lane. This Is Where We Live is a two-hander, hour-long, award-winning Australian play, and this run was the first time the play has been produced outside Australia. The show will also be produced at the Edinburgh Fringe later this year.
The Deafening Silence for Still Born Charity 'Abigail's Footsteps' has been nominated for 2 awards in the IVCA Awards! Featured on BBC's Sunday Politics programme this month and ITV's Daybreak and lunchtime news in December. View a clip from the film.
Catherine's short film Liars will be screening as part of the Cannes in a Van 2014 season having been selected for The 2013 Van d'Or Awards; also, screening at Norwich Film Festival in May. It recently aired on Austrian TV's Okto channel and its festival rounds have included a US premiere at the LA Comedy Fest and as one of the opening comedies at the London Short Film Festival.
Abigail was recently to be seen performing in Roald Dahl's The BFG (adapted by David Wood), in which she played Sophie. The show ran at the Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, till 1 January 2014.
Caryl recently appeared in An Innocent Man, playing the presenter of a 1950s spoof detective radio play, for the George IV Comedy Club.
In August last year she appeared in the aclaimed Pause in the Camden Fringe.
Jacqueline is our newest signing. She trained at the Brian Timoney Actors' Studio, where roles included Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire and Mrs Robinson in The Graduate.