Fulfilment of Coronation Street creator’s wish to support future actors
Yasmin Mwanza (2017) is currently in Our Lady of Kibeho directed by the artistic director James Dacre at the Royal and Derngate in Northampton. In March, Yasmin can be seen in Episode 2 of Hanna, a new TV series written by David Farr for Amazon Prime and NBC Universal. And in July Yasmin can be seen in Spider-Man Far From Home by Marvel Studios, Sony & Columbia Pictures!
Congratulations to Sarah Amankwah (2008) who is set to play Hal and Henry V in the Henriad at the Globe this Summer.
Elliot Knight (2011) was recently seen alongside Lucy Hale in new CW series 'Life Sentence' where he played the regular role of Wes.
Assad Zaman (2013) will soon be appearing in the next series of Vera on ITV and can currently be seen in the role of Millat Iqbal in 'White Teeth' at the newly refurbished Kiln Theatre.
Watch out for Zawe Ashton (2006) who will soon be appearing in Velvet Buzzsaw with Toni Colette and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Following on from her successes in Channel 4's No Offence and BBC's 'In the Dark' Alice Feetham is currently a regular in Sky Atlantic's 'Save Me' with Lennie James, Stephen Graham and Suranne Jones. Alice is currently filming Bancroft 2 for ITV.
Jordan Turk (2014) is playing James McDonald in the upcoming film Mary, Queen of Scots.
Congratulations to Paul Dorsey for being awarded the 2018 Clothworkers' Laurence Olivier Bursary. Paul received his award at a ceremony in London on the 20th September.
Cynthia Udom (2017) is to play Olivia in Shakespeares Globe Theatres tour of Twelfth Night starting this May.
Further established performers are expected to visit throughout the year
It will house the new performance and rehearsal spaces for Manchester School of Theatre
Yasmin Mwanza from Manchester School of Theatre follows in illustrious footsteps
Graduates will perform readings of Edouard Louis' The End of Eddy
Hollyoaks star Annie Wallace makes history
The School achieves highest student satisfaction for the second year running
School of Theatre student says the bursary is a ‘tremendous help’
Audience praise “fantastic” and “enlightening” show