Alumni news: January edition
Screen & audio
- Silent Witness returns to BBC One on 7 January with David Caves.
- Benedict Cumberbatch, Elliot Edusah (2018), Adam Hugill (2018) and Paul Tinto (2010) star in 1917, released on 10 January.
- Sam Claflin and Joe Claflin (2012) star in The Corrupted, released on 10 January.
- Hermione Norris returns to Cold Feet for series 9 from 13 January on ITV.
- David Haig stars in new drama series Cobra on Sky One from 17 January.
- Sex Education season 2 with Alistair Petrie will be available on Netflix from 17 January.
- Anthony Head stars in Feedback, released in US cinemas on 17 January.
- Oliver: Lagos to London will be released Sunday 19 January on BBC Radio 4, starring Samuel Adebayo (2019).
- Bombshell is released in UK cinemas on 20 January with John Lithgow.
- Avenue 5 premieres on Sky One on 22 January with Nikki Amuka-Bird.
- Harry Treadaway stars in Star Trek: Picard, available on Amazon from 23 January.
- Come Away starring Anna Chancellor, Damian O'Hare and David Oyelowo will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on 24 January.
- Audiobook The Second Midnight is released on Audible on 28 January, narrated by Leighton Pugh.
- Richard Armitage stars in new thriller series The Stranger coming to Netflix on 30 January.
- Charles Babalola (2014) stars in Gretel & Hansel, released on 31 January.
- On 31 January Queen & Slim will be released, starring Benito Martinez.
- Mischief Theatre’s new show Magic Goes Wrong opens at Vaudeville Theatre on 8 January.
- On 15 January Matthew Bulgo’s new play American Nightmare premieres at Theatre 503.
- On 26 January Amelia Donkor will be hosting Sister Stories: Streatham.
- Helen Duff will be performing her one woman show Helen Duff Is The Tits (Work in Progress) at Vault Festival on 28 January.
- Lucy Atkinson (2014) and Tatty Hennessy (2013) have co-written and will direct Something Awful at Vault Festival from 28 January.
Behind the scenes
- On 7 January performances of Henry VI begin at The Globe, with Barney McElholm as assistant director.
- Mia Stubbings (final year student) is Prop Maker for Mischief Theatre’s Magic Goes Wrong opening at The Vaudeville Theatre on 8 January.
- John Plews is directing 42nd Street at Upstairs at the Gatehouse, running until 26 January.
- Chris Porter stars in Lullabies For The Lost at Old Red Lion Theatre from 7 January.
- Richard Armitage, Anna Calder-Marshall & Rosalind Eleazar (2015) star in Uncle Vanya at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 14 January.
- Performances of Faustus: That Damned Woman begin on 22 January at The Lyric Hammersmith with Katherine Carlton (2013), Danny Lee Wynter and Tim Samuels.
- The Sugar Syndrome runs at the Orange Tree Theatre from 24 January with Alexandra Gilbreath.
- Congratulations to Brian Cox on his Best Actor in a Drama TV Series Golden Globe win for his role in Succession.
- LAMDA Director Sarah Frankcom has been listed as number 13 in The Stage’s 100. Congratulations to Mischief Theatre who were also listed as number 38.
Make sure you don’t miss…
- Jennifer Kirby in Call the Midwife, now airing on BBC One.
- Nancy Carroll and John Light star in Father Brown, now airing on BBC One.
- The Royal Shakespeare Company’s 2019-2020 Season at The Barbican, ending 18 January. Catch Lucy Phelps (2011) in Measure for Measure and Amelia Donkor in The Taming of the Shrew. Both star in As You Like It.
- The Duchess of Malfi directed by Rebecca Frecknall and starring Ciaran Owens (2011), runs at The Almeida until 25 January.