We are thrilled to officially announce that Samantha Edwards is currently filming for Mike Leigh’s upcoming feature film, Peterloo. We wish Sam the very best of luck and can’t wait to see her in action!
It’s a pleasure to announce our two newest members to TAG; Bevan Mullineux and Jessica Leigh Anderson! Both are brilliant actors and recent graduates from UCLan with plenty of talent to spare! We’re overjoyed that they are now part of our Co-op and we can’t wait to see them progress in TAG.
A very warm welcome to our newest member Peter Stone! Peter is a multi-talented actor/director/producer, you name it! He’s a founder of his own theatre company Just Some Theatre and we were very impressed with his most recent production The Doppel Gang which toured around the UK. Here’s to a bright future at TAG!
Don’t miss Matt touring The Lost World over the next few months! Book your tickets here now! Illyria – The Lost World THE LOST WORLD By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Michael Crichton and Steven Spielberg borrowed this title for the sequel to the book/film Jurassic Park. Thanks to them it now tells an audience exactly what […]
Julia Rounthwaite is currently touring internationally with renowned street theatre company Plunge Boom. It’s looking like an exciting weekend as she ventures off to two innovative street art festivals in Germany – La Strada in Bremen, and STAMP Festival in Hamburg! Home – La Strada Internationales Festival der Straßenkünste in Bremen, theaterkontor STAMP – The […]
It’s finally time to see Pauline Jefferson in action tomorrow on April 17th, as she plays Mrs Kettle in Coronation Street on ITV! We’ll all be watching!
Do you ever watch TV and think of skipping the adverts? Well don’t! You might miss our Matthew Rothwell in the AO.com commercial for Neff Ovens! Well done to Matthew and keep your eyes peeled, we know we will! Check out his Spotlight page Here!
Look out for Pauline Jefferson this April 17th as she plays Mrs Kettle in a brand new episode of Coronation Street! We can’t wait to watch her in action!
Julia Rounthwaite plays Carole and DC Stacey in Leila’s Shame on BBC Radio 4, 8th March at 2.15pm. This is a Sparklab production for BBC Radio 4, scripted and directed by Alessana Hall. Details at this link: Leila’s Shame, Drama – BBC Radio 4