Anna Andresen is currently appearing in Emilia at Shakespeare’s Globe, directed by Nicole Charles, through until 1st September.
It’s that time of year again! Look out for the following at this year’s Edinburgh Festival:
Margaret Cabourn-Smith is appearing in The Half by Danielle Ward, at the Pleasance Courtyard Upstairs, from 1st – 26th August, 2pm.
Gem Carmella is appearing in Shirley or The Inexplicable Question of One’s Actions, at Paradise in the Vault, from 13th – 18th August, 5.15pm.
Alison Lintott can be seen as Mrs Cobb in Quacks on Thursday 9th August, BBC2 at 10pm.
Calum Finlay is currently appearing in Switzerland at the Theatre Royal Bath, directed by Lucy Bailey, through until 1st September.
Eileen Walsh is currently appearing as Judith in Aristocrats at the Donmar Warehouse, directed by Lyndsey Turner, through until 22nd September.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Gerard Monaco stars as Alexio in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again currently on general release.
Jesse Birdsall joins the cast of Holby City as Steven Fletcher from Tuesday 31st July, BBC1 at 8pm.
Damian Humbley is currently appearing as King George in Spamilton at the Mernier Chocolate Factory, directed by Gerard Alessandrini, through until 15th September.
Belinda Stewart-Wilson returns as Annette to the second series of Sick Note which begins on Thursday 26th July, Sky1 at 10pm.
The Frankenstein Chronicles
Richie Campbell stars as Nightingale in The Frankenstein Chronicles which begins on Tuesday 24th July, ITV at 10.45pm.
Thusitha Jayasundera can be seen as Ayesha Nooran in Lewis on Monday 23rd July and Monday 30th July, ITV at 9pm.
Syreeta Kumar stars as Asha Dabra in Vera on Sunday 22nd July, ITV at 7pm.
Amy Marston appears as Laura in Quacks which gets a welcome repeat starting on Thursday 19th July, BBC2 at 10pm.
Stath Lets Flats
Marcus Fraser can be seen as Don in Stath Lets Flats on Wednesday 18th July, Channel 4 at 10pm.
Jordan Long returns as DS Murray Boulting in the eagerly awaited third series of Unforgotten which begins on Sunday 15th July, ITV at 9pm.
As You Like It
Much Ado About Nothing /The Railway Children
Shaun Miller is currently appearing in Much Ado About Nothing and The Railway Children for Heartbreak Productions on a National Tour through until 9th September. For full dates, check here:
The Winter’s Tale
A New And Better You
Alex Austin is currently appearing in A New And Better You at the Yard Theatre, directed by Cheryl Gallacher, through until 14th July.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream/Macbeth
Emilio Iannucci is currently appearing in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth for Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre York, directed by Damian Cruden & Juliet Forster, through until 2nd September.
The Edge of the World
Isabelle Joss is currently appearing in The Edge of the World at the Oran Mor Theatre, through until 23rd June.
The Devil Outside
Mark Stobbart leads in feature film The Devil Outside which opens at the Edinburgh Film Festival on 22nd June. For full details, check here:
Emmanuella Cole is currently appearing as Dido in An Octoroon at the National Theatre, directed by Ned Bennett, through until 18th July.
Thomas Pickles has the title role in Woyzeck for Birmingham Rep, directed by Roxana Silbert, through until 23rd June.
The Croydon Avengers
Nicole Sawyerr is currently appearing in The Croydon Avengers at Harrogate and Oval House Theatres for Maya Productions, through until 1st July.
The Country Wife
Robin Weaver is currently appearing in The Country Wife directed by Jonathan Munby for Chichester Festival Theatre, through until 7th July.
Vivien Parry is currently appearing as Madame Thenardier in Les Miserables at The Queen’s Theatre West End, for Cameron MacKintosh.
Katherine Manners is currently appearing in Table at the New Vic Stoke, directed by Zoe Waterman, through until 23rd June.
A Monster Calls
Whitney White is currently appearing in A Monster Calls directed by Sally Cookson for Bristol Old Vic before moving to the Old Vic Theatre from 7th July through until 25th August.
Trying It On
Danielle Phillips is currently appearing in Trying It On for China Plate Theatre on tour, through until 27th October. For full tour dates, check here: