David Threlfall's advice to young graduates
15 Jul 2013
Life changing award for actress
03 Jul 2013
Pair appear as part of annual theatre festival
12 Apr 2013
Halle collaboration on Shakespeare classic
27 Feb 2013
Acting student takes on Lumley role
04 Dec 2012
Soap role turned her life around
30 Oct 2012
Will has major role in Beatles manager drama
03 Oct 2012
Acting student is Sunday night TV star
09 Jul 2012
MMU trained actress films with Depp and Pfeiffer
11 May 2012
Acting students chosen for new production
19 Apr 2012
27 Jul 2011
27 Jun 2011
Student cast as Sinbad for Sky1
20 Jun 2011
Burnage actor's performance is 'astonishing'
08 Jun 2011
Manchester School of Theatre Success
28 Mar 2011
First UK tour for MMU staff and students
26 Oct 2010
Royal Exchange and more….
29 Sep 2010
08 Sep 2010
John lands part in Game of Thrones
05 Jul 2010
Another successful year for acting students
21 Jun 2010
Carleton Hobbs Bursary Award
15 Mar 2010
Drama students star at Shakespeare's Globe
05 Mar 2010
Prestigious prize launches career
29 Sep 2009
And walks into prejudice row
27 Feb 2009
Georgia Neville (2013) is currently appearing in a Bill Kenwright tour of Agatha Christie's 'Go Back for Murder'.
Lucas Smith (2012) is currently featuring in 'Brief Lives' with David Schofield on BBC Radio 4 playing Paul Hendricks. Lucas will also be appearing in 'Fresh Meat' series 3 as Lord Hugo.
2013 Graduate Georgia Neville has been cast in the Agatha Christie thriller Go Back for Murder, which is currently on a national tour and will be at the Manchester Opera House between the 14th and 19th October 2013.
Following her roles as Danila Kovic in 13 Steps Down and as Isabel in Hummingbird with Jason Statham, Victoria Bewick (2010) will next be seen in The Christmas Candle playing Ruth.
Neal Craig (2008) has been confirmed to play Bassanio in Propeller's production of 'Merchant of Venice'.
Assad Zaman (2013) will be appearing in Tyne at the Live Theatre. The play is written by Michael Chaplin and directed by Max Roberts.
Alexa Morden (2013) will be appearing in a film about the Great Train Robbery ('The Great Train Robbery - The Coppers Tale') she will also be appearing in several episodes of 'Fresh Meat!' on E4.
Elliot Knight (2011) will be appearing in the new BBC drama By Any Means.
Pippa Nixon (2001) is currently playing Ophelia in David Farr's production of Hamlet at the RSC.
Joncie Elmore (2010) will be playing the part of John Pegg in Downton Abbey.
Danny Rahim (2008) is playing Mac Rendell in Primeval.
Rachel Caffrey (2011) has just been cast in 'Arrivals and Departures' directed by Alan Ayckbourn at the Stephen Joseph Theatre.
Verity May Henry (2007) is currently appearing in Hebburn on BBC 2.
Sean Aydon (2012) is playing Reggie in Accrington Pals at The Royal Exchange Theatre.
Following the West End production, Charles Swift (2009) is returning to Backbeat to play Bert Kaempfert in Los Angeles.
Amy Cameron (2012) did a guest lead in an episode for the new series of Vera (ITV) with Brenda Blethyn. She is shortly to film an episode of Doctors.
Kate Dobson (2012) will be playing Cassie in the 7th episode of Fresh Meat which shows on Tuesday November 20th. She is also playing Tilly in Doctors.
Harriet Barrow (2009) is currently playing Helena in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at the Liverpool Royal Court.
John Bradley-West (2010) is currently filming the third season of 'Game of Thrones'. John plays Samwell Tarly
Zawe Ashton (2006) is to appear in a new series of 'Fresh Meat'
Chris Anderton (2010) is currently playing Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles at the Greenwich Theatre.
Third Year graduates Amy Cameron, Jack Coen, Will Finlason, Lowenna Melrose, Sinead Parker and Lucas Smith from the BA (Hons) Acting programme appeared in the World premiere production of Carl Davis' latest composition, Last Train to Tomorrow. Commissioned the Halle for its Children's Choir, the performance was directed by David Shirley and played to a packed audience at the Bridgewater Hall on Saturday 17th June 2012.
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