New period mystery drama set in 1950s. Morven plays Amanda Kendall. Mondays 9pm on ITV1.
Brand new children's programme. Jeremy plays Mike. Wednesdays 5pm on CBBC.
New comedy series. Aimee-Ffion plays Sophie. Starts Thursday 2nd October 10pm on BBC4.
Brand new series 2. Aimee-Ffion returns as Esme Shelby. Starts Thursday 1st Oct 9pm on BBC2.
Series 4. Lucy plays Chloe Michaels in this episode 4/8. Wednesday 1st October 9pm on ITV1.
New series. Sarah plays Miss Gulliver. Tuesdays 10pm on BBC3.
New series. Mathew plays Martin Wickers. Tuesdays 10pm on BBC3.
Second episode in the series. Andrew plays Det O'Connor. Tuesday 9pm on BBC1.
Second episode in the series. Shaun plays Det Ryder. Tuesday 9pm on BBC1.
Inspired by a true story about genius Walter O’Brien (Elyes) & his team of brilliant misfits. Mondays 9pm on CBS.
The comedy series is back! Alex plays Ben Farley. Starts Friday 26th 10:40pm on ITV1.
Hit comedy series is back! Laura plays Natalie Mason. Starts Friday 26th 10:40pm on ITV1.
Hit comedy series is back! Russell plays Karl Lyndhurst. Starts Friday 26th 10:40pm on ITV1.
Fact-based drama. Greg plays Malcolm. Starts Thursday 25th 9pm on BBC2.
New crime drama. Chris plays Woodsy. Tuesdays 9pm on BBC1.
Second episode in the series. Elliot plays George Martin. Monday 9pm on ITV1.
Series 5. Starring Hugh Bonneville, Joanne Froggatt, Rob James-Collier and Allen Leech. Sundays 9pm ITV1.
Grown Up Comedy Club @ King's Head. Get tickets @Wegottickets.com
New political family drama set in the Middle East. Adam plays lead role Barry Al-Fayeed. Fridays 9pm on Fox.
Bafta-winning writer Jack Thorne's compelling drama. Callum plays Eli Bray. Mondays 10pm on E4.
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AMANDA DREW STARS AS OLIVIA IN TWELFTH NIGHT   18th Jan 2011
Sir Peter Hall's production at The National Theatre is now running.
Shipwrecked on the shore of Illyria, Viola believes her twin brother Sebastian to be drowned. She disguises herself as a boy and enters the service of the love-sick Duke, Orsino, who proceeds to send her to woo Olivia on his behalf. This plan creates a chaos of mistaken identities and confused desires. Even the pompous Malvolio, duped by Sir Toby Belch and his ebullient companions, dons his yellow stockings in pursuit of a dream.
To celebrate his eightieth birthday, former Director of the National Theatre Peter Hall returns to direct this fine romantic comedy. His daughter Rebecca Hall makes her NT debut as Viola.