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Alumni news

            

Fragments 

DSL alumni Kayleigh Llewellyn's (2010) has won the BAFTA Writer’s Award for her series 'In My Skin' which is available to watch on BBC Three

   

 Francesca Eldred (2021) and Hannah Harquart (2020) star in Fragments, devised and directed by Jolley Gosnold at the Alexandra Palace

6th July

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DSL graduates feature in BBC's hard hitting medical drama This is Going to Hurt. 

Mariam Haque (2008) stars as Jas in Episode 4

Tuyen Do (2007) plays Laura in Episode 7

Watch it on I Player now

   

 

Ellipsis is created and performed by Isabelle Farah and directed by Eleanor Rushton who both graduated in 2011. 

15th June at the Underbelly Festival, Earl's Court

 

 

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Tuhin Chisti (2020) stars in the UK tour of Billionaire Boy by David Walliams

17th Feb to 13th August 2022.

Find a venue near you here

Joe Spud is twelve years old and the richest boy in the country! He has his own sports car, two crocodiles as pets and £100,000 a week pocket money! But what Joe doesn't have is a friend. So he decides to leave his posh school and start at the local comp. But things don't go as planned for Joe and life becomes a rollercoaster as he tries to find what money can't buy!

   

 

 Blanche McIntyre graduated from DSL in 2005 and has enjoyed a highly successful career, directing at theatres across the country including memorable work for the RSC, The Globe and The National Theatre.

Blanche is directing All's Well That Ends Well at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre

16th August to 8th October

Morgan Black      

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Morgan Black stars in 'A Plague On All Your Houses' as a part of the BiteSize Festival at the Riverside Studios

Written by award-winning Angels’ Wings Theatre Company

12 - 16 July

Tickets £6.50/10

   

Two DSL alumni star in Bridgerton season 2. 

Shobu Kapoor plays Lady Sheffield 

Melissa Shah plays Lady Eaton

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Hannah Eggleton (2021) stars in BBC Radio 4's Dead Hand. 

Every Friday from 1st April

Also available on BBC Soundcloud

   

2015 graduate Peter Pearson stars in Mohand & Peter at the Southwark Playhouse. 

A production by PSYCHEdelight, a participatory Theatre Company of Sanctuary working with refugees, asylum seekers and local communities (more info here).
 

No more borders.

Mohand and Peter will travel everywhere and anywhere in the blink of an eye.


A backflip in time, a quick hop back home, with humour and visual poetry they’ll take you on a road trip through Sudan jumping from one character to another, including Omar Al Bashir, Mohand’s 450 cousins, and a lazy camel.

“You know Peter, when I close my eyes I can see my country. I can see my village. I can see my people…”

Mohand and Peter bounce on one of the toughest international news stories of the decade and as two brave clowns, they fight horror with laughter to build a magnificent pedestal for Mohand’s country.

★★★★★ “Magical and magnificent show. Charming, funny, clever and has childlike innocence in it but does not shy away from touching upon the important political issues in Sudan.” The Star Sheffield.

Jack Forsyth

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Jack Forsyth-Noble (2017) plays George Glover in the current BBC2 adaptation of Kate Atkinson’s novel Life After Life

   

Maya Saroya (2012) follows her powerful appearance in Call The Midwife with a guest lead in Casualty on BBC1, Saturday 23rd April.

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2009 alumna Maggie Daniels plays lead guest role Ruth Palmer in Season 11 episode 2 of Call the Midwife. 

Catch up on BBC IPlayer now

   

Four Pairs of Shorts, written by Sophie McMahon plays upstairs at Bar Soho on 10th & 11th May as a part of the Dangerosity 'Four Pairs of Shorts' collection. 

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2020 graduate Kieran Dooner played the role of Kevin in Eastenders on Monday 2nd May. Watch now on BBC IPlayer    

 

       

 

   

 

 

 

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