Tamsin Oglesby’s fantastic satire THE (IMAGINARY) MISOGYNIST opens at the Barbican’s Milton Court Studio on 6th February, click for tickets!
The secret’s out! Watch Death In Paradise tonight to find out how DI Humphrey Goodman makes his exit…
Philip Ridley’s classic The Pitchfork Disney is on at Shoreditch Town Hall. Fri 27 January – Sat 18 March, click to buy tickets!
TESTAMENT by Tristan Bernays. Four overlooked Bible characters tell their side of the story, accompanied by a haunting live score of gospel and blues. Plays at the Vault Festival 22-26 February 2017. Book now!
Congratulations to Simon Stephenson, Paul Viragh and Sean Buckley for making it onto The Brit List 2016!
Fox Networks Group Europe and Africa has greenlit Matthew Parkhill and Simon Maxwell’s espionage thriller, THE NINE.
GOD’S OWN COUNTRY, written and directed by Francis Lee, represents the UK in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition at Sundance Film Festival 2017, where it will receive its world premiere
Wilton’s Music Hall will host the London transfer of the Watermill’s FRANKENSTEIN, adapted by Tristan Bernays.
TONIGHT WITH DONNY STIXX by Philip Ridley plays at The Bunker Theatre from 8 November – 3 December. Prepare to be spellbound.
We’re excited to announce Shakespeare’s Globe will host the world premiere of BOUDICA by Tristan Bernays as part of Emma Rice’s 2017 Summer of Love.
Mary Shelley’s FRANKENSTEIN, adapted by Tristan Bernays, runs at the Watermill Theatre from 31 October to 4 November.
Don’t miss Helen Monks and Matt Woodhead’s play, E15, currently in rep with THE 56. Click for dates!
Black & White Publishing has acquired a “masterful tale” of three cities: Venice, London and New York – TITIAN’S BOATMAN by Victoria Blake.
Rory Clements, bestselling author of the John Shakespeare series of Tudor spy thrillers, is to pen a major new series. Click for more info.
Don’t miss the ‘unforgettable’ ELLEN on Channel 4 – 1st September at 10pm. Produced by Ben Bickerton.
We’re celebrating 30 years of CASUALTY, co-created by Jeremy Brock and Paul Unwin. If you missed the feature length episode on Saturday 27 August, catch up on iPlayer now!
PANIC written and directed by Sean Spencer opens theatrically 18 November and 19 January in Glasgow. Don’t miss it!
Katarzyna Kimkiewicz directs a stellar cast in FLYING BLIND written by Naomi Wallace, Bruce McLeod and Caroline Harrington. Catch it on BBC2 Friday 12 August.
UNDER MY SKIN by Ali Taylor has been shortlisted for a Royal Society for Public Health award. Congratulations, Ali!
Paramount TV and THE NIGHT MANAGER producers The Ink Factory have teamed up to develop John le Carré’s bestselling novel THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD, with Simon Beaufoy writing the TV series adaptation.
PETER PAN IN SCARLET, the official sequel to J M Barrie’s Peter Pan, is now playing at the Oxford Playhouse to rave reviews!
Delighted to announce HONEY by Neil Flynn has been shortlisted for the Rose D’or EuroRadio Awards 2016.
CATHY by Ali Taylor, a new play inspired by Ken Loach’s CATHY COME HOME, marks the 25th anniversary of Cardboard Citizens. Click here for tickets and info.
BRIEF LIVES by Tom Fry and Sharon Kelly returns to our radios. Tune in to BBC Radio Four at 2:15pm on Monday 11 July.
POLAR BEAR, written and directed by Sean Buckley, screens at the Galway Film Festival this Friday 8 July – selected as part of ‘Creative England Shorts’ – 16.15 at Cinemobile.
Lucy Prebble’s brilliant play THE EFFECT continues at the Barrow Street Theatre in New York until 4 September.