From Benidorm to battlefield – how Ryan’s childhood vacations led to a career in acting
Drama / Film / Television / Theatre

From Benidorm to battlefield – how Ryan’s childhood vacations led to a career in acting

​Ryan Ralph Gerrard is a talented young British actor, fast emerging as a star of the independent film scene, and gaining high-profile mainstream roles too. Currently [April 2017] working on Catalyst – a feature length version of the short film Remembering Amy – he has recently filmed scenes for season 3 of the TV hit … Continue reading

Female action heroes and the spirit of Emma Peel
Crime / Drama / Fantasy / Film / Horror / Science fiction / Superheroes / Television

Female action heroes and the spirit of Emma Peel

Female action heroes are now the norm, it has been suggested (by none other than Felicity Jones of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story). Maybe or maybe not, but they’re certainly not new. Those of a certain age won’t forget the ass-kicking Emma Peel of The Avengers, and there have been many following in her … Continue reading

How drama classes turned shy Kate into a kick-ass screen star
Film / Horror / Science fiction / Television / Theatre

How drama classes turned shy Kate into a kick-ass screen star

It’s hard to imagine actress Kate Marie Davies ever being shy or being bullied. On screen she exudes a hard-edged confidence as Nicole in the superb Bristol-set scifi web series, Horizon, and doesn’t appear the type to be messed with in the forthcoming Escape From Cannibal Farm [as I write this in November 2016, I’ve … Continue reading

Daleks, werewolves, voodoo and rebellion – Roy Castle’s big screen legacy
Comedy / Film / Horror / Jazz / Music / Science fiction / Television

Daleks, werewolves, voodoo and rebellion – Roy Castle’s big screen legacy

Roy Castle was one of the UK’s biggest TV stars of the 1960s and ’70s. An accomplished jazz musician, dancer and actor, a generation of Brits grew up with him as the presenter of the hugely popular Record Breakers. Surprisingly, perhaps, he made only four feature films over 10 years, but each one of them … Continue reading