Welcome to Olivia!

A warm welcome to our newest member Olivia Nicholson! A native Northerner, Olivia was born in Keighley and raised in Skipton. She read Theatre at York St John before taking the two year MA: Screen Acting course at The Drama Centre.

Career highlights include playing the social worker in BBC's Eastenders, Urchin in His Dark Materials at Birmingham Rep and Jenny in the TV's All Good Things. 

Olivia also co-wrote and stars in a musical comedy stage show Trolley Girls which was a **** sell-out hit at this year's Edinburgh Fringe. 

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Jess is Snow White for the Christmas Season

Jess Flood is thrilled to be appearing as Snow White in the hilarious and music-filled pantomime at the Colour House Theatre, Wimbledon. 

The show runs on Saturdays and Sundays 2pm and 4pm until the 21st January. Ticket information can be found here

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Abi appears in Elon Musk/Stephen Hawking collaboration 'Slaughterbots'

Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking and other leading figures in the tech community have come together to fund and create a short warning of the perils of weaponised artificial intelligence.

The short was aired at a UN summit this month and comes as a response to ever increasing use of drones in automated strikes.

Abi has done her bit, appearing as a news anchor. You can catch the whole thing below!





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Sneak peak behind the scenes with Adam in 'Spiral'!

Glimpse what you can here of Adam's recent short film project, 'Spiral', because you're unlikely to see more before it's release in 2018. Adam co-stars alongside his (in film) 'daughter' in this exciting action thriller.

Shot on location in a humble multi-story carpark in Ipswich, 'Spiral' was filmed almost entirely in one shot. This puts the film in the illustrious company of recent work such as 'Victoria' and classics like Hitchcock's 'Rope' by using this demanding and tension building technique.

The team also includes director Joshua Dickinson, producer Nick Woolgar, and DOP Dann Emmons.

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Nic is the Mother of Dragons for NME interview!

As part of promotion for Graeme of Thrones at the Charing Cross Theatre, Nic and her cast mates were interviewed for NME online. The team were asked to discuss various Game of Thrones fan theories, all the while dressed as their favourite characters to play in the show.  

Check out Nic's Daenarys (complete with striking eyebrows) here.

Graeme of Thrones runs at the Charing Cross Theatre until November 11th, more information here


Patsy thrills in new music video

Our Patsy Prince features in the new music video for 'I Dare You' by East London rap and hip hop artist Manny Keys. 

Far from her usual glamorous self, Patsy plays a drug-addicted inmate in this gritty featured role. 

Check out the video here.

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Peter appears next month in Hollywood romp

Peter will be appearing from the 7th November in the 25th anniversary production of 'The Tailor Made Man' at the White Bear in Kennington. The show charts the life of William Haines, one of Hollywood's biggest (and least known) stars, his rise to fame, fall from grace, and eventual career in interior design. The glamour and depravity of Hollywood swirl around Haines and his soulmate, Jimmy Shields, as they attempt to weather the perils of a fickle public and the whims of powerful producers.

Peter will be playing several roles, all real people, including Irving Thalberg, Robert Macintyre, and King Vidor. Claudio Macor, the play's writer and original director, first staged the show to great success in London in 1992, when it transferred briefly to off-broadway. It now returns to the London stage after 25 years.

Performances: Tues-Sat 7th-25th November

Tickets: https://www.whitebeartheatre.co.uk/thetailormademan

Julie is ruff and tough as Elizabeth I

Julie Neubert will be appearing as Elizabeth I in BBC 2 drama/documentary 'Elizabeth I's Secret Agents'. Episodes 1 & 2 will be broadcast at 9pm on Mondays 23rd and 30th October.

The new series documents how Elizabeth built and utilised a vast network of spies across Britain and Europe.

We very much look forward to seeing Julie appear as this formidable monarch!

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Adam's Windsor Fringe show wins Brannagh Award!

Premiering at the Windsor fringe, and starring our very own Adam Seigel as 'Hero', new play 'Fade Out' has been awarded the Kenneth Brannagh award for new writing.

Massive congratulations to the playwright, Lyndsey Honour, who bagged the award out of a final line up of three. Although the award is strictly judged on the quality of the writing we believe congratulations are also in order for the cast! The award provides an opportunity for new writers to have their work seen and the first play she has written, 'Fade Out' certainly seems to be a very promising start.

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New Member!

A huge welcome to the newest edition to our team at Alpha Actors. Cameron Chalmers joins the agency fresh from his three year training course with Fourth Monkey.

Cameron's experience belies his fresh faced appearance as he comes to the professional acting world with over a decade’s experience in live performance and eight years training as an actor. During training his highlights included appearances in 'Titus Andronicus' at the Edinburgh and Camden fringes and an appearance in Ruckus, a co-production with Shunt Theatre.