The Song of the Innocents
Katherine Lunney appeared in silent short film The Song of the Innocents written and directed by Ed Rimmer as part of the 'Five to Film' project with Smithdown Social in Liverpool.
The film explores the secrets held, and stories hidden, amidst the silent bricks upon the shores of the River Mersey.
New headshots for Nik
Nik Grundison has had some new headshots taken with PhotoByJordan. A great refresher for her CV!
Strike a pose
Julie Root has had some wonderful new headshots taken, courtesy of Tony Blake photography. We're sure you'll agree she looks fantastic - what a range!
Julie Root's TV Debut
Julie Root has made her debut TV role as Elderly Woman in Wolfe, the new forensic crime comedy-drama for Sky Max.
Company: ABBOTTVISION WOLFE LTD
Director: Sean Spencer
Leo Atkin - there is nothing like a dame...
Leo Atkin is Widow Twankey in Aladdin at the Marine Hall Fleetwood, 9th -12th Dec and Bradford Playhouse, 18th - 29th Dec (Trio Entertainment)
LISA O'HANLON is enjoying travelling the length and breadth of the country to deliver the "Summer of Shakespeare" programme on behalf of Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation.
JULIE ROOT has been busy filming two commercials here in Manchester. The first filmed back in May was for BrewDog’s ‘Beer For All’ campaign. Cast by Martin Gibbons Casting.
The second was filmed in July for National Express. Cast by Lee Mountjoy Casting, directed by Olivier Richomme for Fetch Films.
Nik Grundison in Wild East
NIK GRUNDISON has been appearing in Wild East by April de Angelis, outdoor theatre, with theatre Space NE in May 2021 as Dr Grey, providing covid-safe entertainment across the North-East.
One Day At A Time
MARY G HOOTON plays Julie in 'One Day At A Time' (Twelve Step Film Productions), which will be shown at the Brittany International Film Festival and Tokyo Lift Off Film Festival.
Sense and Sensibility
Mary Gerardine Hooton appeared as the ‘Narrator’ in Chapter 33 of Jane Austen’s of ‘Sense and Sensibility’, a marathon online live broadcast and arts fundraiser. This was her third readathon with Sun and Moon Theatre, also playing the ‘Narrator’ and ‘Mrs Weston’ in ‘Emma’ and the ‘Narrator’, ‘Mrs Bennet’ and ‘Charlotte Lucas’ in ‘Pride and Prejudice’.
Hand to Hand Combat
Mary and Julie Root were part of a cast of 45 who appeared in ‘Hand To Hand Combat’ written by Jayne Marshal and directed by Paul Blinkhorn, a short film to raise awareness of Domestic Violence, a link to which is below.
Rebecca Fenwick in 18 Victoria
Rebecca Fenwick is joining the cast of 18 Victoria in the role of Catherine, a live performance directed by Julie Root for Root Branch productions.
16th June Lawrence Batley Theatre
17/18th June Harrogate Theatre.
Julie Root in a Christmas Carol
Julie Root played The Ghost of Christmas Present in Lawrence Batley Theatre’s animated digital production of A Christmas Carol alongside Gyles Brandreth as Scrooge. "Kelsie Ross Weavill and Julie Root attack their roles as, respectively, Scrooge’s nephew Fred and the Ghost of Christmas Present with persuasive zeal." The Stage