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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Phèdre

25 June 2009

Portia Booroff ... Ensemble

Chipo Chung ... Ismene

Dominic Cooper ... Hippolytus
Alexander D'Andrea ... Ensemble

Helen Mirren ... Phèdre
Wendy Morgan ... Panope

Ruth Negga ... Aricia
Elizabeth Nestor ... Ensemble

John Shrapnel ... Théramène

Stanley Townsend ... Theseus

Margaret Tyzack ... Oenone
Tristram Wymark ... Ensemble

Season 1, Episode 2: All's Well That Ends Well

1 October 2009

Ben Allen ... Ensemble
Cassie Atkinson ... Violenta
Jolyon Coy ... Gentleman Astringer
Rob Delaney ... Ensemble
Alex Felton ... Ensemble

Oliver Ford Davies ... King of France

Hasina Haque ... Diana
Robert Hastie ... Interpreter
Janet Henfrey ... The Widow

Clare Higgins ... Countess of Rosillion

Conleth Hill ... Parolles
Tony Jayawardena ... 2nd Lord Dumaine
Sioned Jones ... Mariana

Elliot Levey ... 1st Lord Dumaine
Michael Mears ... Rynaldo
Brendan O'Hea ... Lavatch
Tom Padley ... Ensemble

George Rainsford ... Bertram
Michelle Terry ... Helena
Michael Thomas ... Lafew
Oliver Wilson ... Ensemble

Season 1, Episode 3: Nation

30 January 2010


David Ajala ... Milo
Gaye Brown ... Grandmother

Gary Carr ... Mau
Paul Chahidi ... Cox
Elaine Claxton ... Ensemble
Adrian Decosta ... Ensemble
Mike Denman ... Ensemble
Lorna Gayle ... Marisgala
Nancy Wei George ... Ensemble
Howard Gossington ... Ensemble
Tony Hasnath ... Ensemble
Robert Hastie ... Ensemble

Michelle Lukes ... Ensemble

Nick Malinowski ... Ensemble
Michael Mears ... Polegrave
Itxaso Moreno ... Ensemble
Al Nedjari ... Foxlip

Nicholas Rowe ... Father
Sirine Saba ... Cahle
Gurpreet Singh ... Ensemble
Craig Stein ... Pilu

David Sterne ... Captain Roberts

Emily Taaffe ... Daphne

Jason Thorpe ... Milton

Season 1, Episode 4: The Habit of Art

22 April 2010


Richard Griffiths ... Fitz / W.H. Auden

Alex Jennings ... Henry / Benjamin Britten

Adrian Scarborough ... Donald / Humphrey Carpenter

Stephen Wight ... Tim / Stuart
Philip Childs ... Brian

Elliot Levey ... Neil

Frances de la Tour ... Kay
John Heffernan ... George
Barbara Kirby ... Joan
Danny Burns ... Matt
Martin Chamberlain ... Ralph
Tom Attwood ... Tom

Laurence Belcher ... Young Boy

Season 1, Episode 5: London Assurance

28 June 2010

Season 1, Episode 6: A Disappearing Number

14 October 2010

David Annen ... G.H. Hardy

Firdous Bamji ... Al Cooper

Paul Bhattacharjee ... Aninda Rao
Hiren Chate ... Tabla Player
Divya Kasturi ... Mother / University Cleaner / Dancer
Chetna Pandya ... Surita Bhogaita / Barbara Jones

Saskia Reeves ... Ruth Minnen
Shane Shambhu ... Srinivasa Ramanujan / Dancer

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Hamlet

9 December 2010

Season 2, Episode 2: Fela!

13 January 2011

Season 2, Episode 3: King Lear

3 February 2011

Season 2, Episode 4: Frankenstein

17 March 2011


Benedict Cumberbatch ... The Creature / Victor Frankenstein

Jonny Lee Miller ... The Creature / Victor Frankenstein
Ella Smith ... Gretel / Clarice
John Killoran ... Gustav / Constable
Steven Elliot ... Klaus
Lizzie Winkler ... Agatha de Lacey

Karl Johnson ... de Lacey
Daniel Millar ... Felix de Lacey

Naomie Harris ... Elizabeth Lavenza
Hayden Downing ... William Frankenstein
William Nye ... William Frankenstein
Jared Richard ... William Frankenstein

George Harris ... M. Frankenstein

Daniel Ings ... Servant
Martin Chamberlain ... Servant
Mark Armstrong ... Rab

John Stahl ... Ewan
Andreea Paduraru ... Female Creature
Josie Daxter ... Ensemble

Season 2, Episode 5: The Cherry Orchard

30 June 2011


Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: One Man, Two Guvnors

15 September 2011

David Benson ... Gareth

Oliver Chris ... Stanley Stubbers
Polly Conway ... Ensemble

James Corden ... Francis Henshall
Jolyon Dixon ... Ensemble
Tom Edden ... Alfie
Martyn Ellis ... Doctor
Derek Elroy ... Ensemble
Trevor Laird ... Lloyd Boateng
Claire Lams ... Pauline Clench
Paul Lancaster ... Ensemble
Fergus March ... Ensemble

Gareth Mason ... Ensemble
Leighton Pugh ... Harry Dangle
Fred Ridgeway ... Charlie Clench
Daniel Rigby ... Alan

Jemima Rooper ... Rachel Crabbe
Clare Thomson ... Ensemble
Suzanne Toase ... Dolly

Season 3, Episode 2: The Kitchen

6 October 2011

Mike Aherne ... Understudy
Neal Barry ... Frank

Tom Brooke ... Peter

Ian Burfield ... Max
Rebecca Davies ... Betty
Stavros Demetraki ... Gaston
Craige Els ... Nicholas

Ruth Gibson ... Gwen
Colin Haigh ... Tramp
Rendah Heywood ... Hetty
Rebecca Humphries ... Molly
Tendayi Jembere ... Megi

Rory Keenan ... Kevin
Tricia Kelly ... Bertha
Paul McLeary ... Chef
Siobhan McSweeney ... Anne

Gerard Monaco ... Raymondo
Sarah Mowat ... Winnie
Vincenzo Nicoli ... Alfredo

Luke Norris ... Michael

Marek Oravec ... Hans
Hambi Pappas ... Mangolis
Jessica Regan ... Cynthia

Samuel Roukin ... Paul
Tim Samuels ... Head Waiter
Sam Swann ... Dimitri
Sarah Sweeney ... Jackie
Stephanie Thomas ... Daphne
Rosie Thomson ... Violet

Season 3, Episode 3: Collaborators

1 December 2011

Season 3, Episode 4: Travelling Light

9 February 2012
How had a twenty-two-year-old pretentious layabout made a discovery that would elude every other cinematic pioneer for years to come? In a remote village in Eastern Europe, around 1900, the young Motl Mendl is entranced by the flickering silent images on his father's cinematograph. Bankrolled by Jacob, the ebullient local timber merchant, and inspired by Anna, the girl sent to help him make moving pictures of their village, he stumbles on a revolutionary way of story-telling. Forty years on, Motl - now a famed American film director - looks back on his early life and confronts the cost of fulfilling his dreams. I know it was in the picture. I made the picture and now the cow's getting paid and I'm not! Following Vincent in Brixton and The Reporter, Nicholas Wright's new play is a funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood's golden age. The award-winning Antony Sher - whose previous work with the National Theatre includes Primo and Stanley - returns to play Jacob.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Comedy of Errors

1 March 2012

Season 3, Episode 6: She Stoops to Conquer

29 March 2012
Hardcastle, a man of substance, looks forward yo acquainting his daughter with his old pal's son with a view to marriage. But thanks to playboy Lumpkin, he's mistaken by his prospective son-in-law Marlow for an innkeeper, his daughter for the local barmaid. The good news is, while Marlow can barely speak to a woman of quality he's a charmer with those of a different stamp. And so, as Hardcastle's indignation intensifies, Miss Hardcastle's appreciation for her misguided suitor soars. Misdemeanours multiply, love blossoms, mayhem ensues. One of the great, generous-hearted and ingenious comedies of the English language, Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer offers a celebration of chaos, courtship and the dysfunctional family.

Unknown Season


50 Years on Stage

2 November 2013

Coriolanus

30 January 2014

Jaqueline Boatswain ... Valeria

Peter De Jersey ... Cominius

Alfie Enoch ... Titus Lartius

Deborah Findlay ... Volumnia
Hadley Fraser ... Aufidius

Mark Gatiss ... Menenius

Tom Hiddleston ... Coriolanus

Elliot Levey ... Brutus
Rochenda Sandall ... Emsemble
Helen Schlesinger ... Sicinia

Mark Stanley ... Volscian Lieutenant

Birgitte Hjort Sørensen ... Virgilia
Dwane Walcott ... Ensemble

Macbeth

20 July 2013

David Annen ... Siward
Andy Apollo ... Mentieth
Elliot Balchin ... Donalbain
Nari Blair-Mangat ... Caithness

Norman Bowman ... Ross

Kenneth Branagh ... Macbeth
Charlie Cameron ... First Weird Sister
Rosalie Craig ... Lady Macduff

Steven Cree ... Lennox

Jordan Dean ... Third Murderer
Patrick Neil Doyle ... Fleance
Laura Elsworthy ... Second Weird Sister

Ray Fearon ... Macduff

Cody Green ... Macduff's Messenger

Daniel Ings ... Porter

Alex Kingston ... Lady Macbeth
Stuart Neal ... Lily Livered Servant / Second Murderer

Pip Pearce ... Macduff's Son
Harry Polden ... Macduff's Son

John Shrapnel ... Duncan / Seyton / Old Man

Harry Lister Smith ... Young Siward
Dominic Thorburn ... Angus
Anjana Vasan ... Third Weird Sister

Alexander Vlahos ... Malcolm
Katie West ... Gentlewoman
Benny Young ... Scottish Doctor
Jimmy Yuill ... Banquo

Othello

26 October 2013

The Audience

13 June 2013
For Sixty years Elizabeth II has met each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a weekly audience at Buckingham Palace- a meeting like no other in British public life- it is private. Both parties have an unspoken agreement never to repeat what is said. Not even to their spouses. The Audience breaks this contract of silence- and imagines a series of pivotal meetings between Downing Street incumbents and their Queen. From Churchill to Cameron, each Prime Minister has used these private conversations as a sounding board and a confessional- sometimes intimate, sometimes explosive.

The Magistrate

January 2012

This House

16 May 2013

Timon of Athens

1 November 2012

Paul Bentall ... Lucullus

Charlie Blackwood ... Ensemble
Martin Chamberlain ... Varro
Stavros Demetraki ... Lucilius

Alfie Enoch ... Philotus
Matt Jessup ... Ensemble
Hilton McRae ... Apemantus
Nick Sampson ... Poet

Michael Sheldon ... Isidore

War Horse

27 February 2014


Nigel Allen ... Topthorn Head
Alex Avery ... Captain Nicholls
Alistair Brammer ... Billy Narracott

Eke Chukwu ... Rudi
Paul Hawkyard ... Sgt Thunder
Pieter Lawman ... John Grieg

Stephen North ... Ted Narracott
William Rycroft ... Captain Stewart

Jack Sandle ... Gerfreiter Karl

Ian Shaw ... Friedrich Müller
Zoe Thorne ... Emilie
Josie Walker ... Rose Narracott
Sion Young ... Albert Narracott

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