Izzy Meikle Small will be in Episodes 1 & 2 of Ripper Street Season 4, she will play Valerie Freeman. The battle for Whitechapel returns on 15 January, only on Amazon Prime. Check out the trailer below…
BritishTheatre.com has just received a casting update for the forthcoming production of The Audience at the Apollo Theatre which will feature Kristen Scott Thomas as Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
For sixty years Elizabeth II has met each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a weekly audience at Buckingham Palace. Both parties have an unspoken agreement never to repeat what is said, not even to their spouses. The Audience imagines a series of pivotal meetings between the Downing Street incumbents and their Queen. From Churchill to Cameron, each Prime Minister uses these private conversations as a sounding board and a confessional – sometimes intimate, sometimes explosive.
Joining Kristen as her prime ministers are David Calder as Winston Churchill, Mark Dexter as David Cameron, Michael Gould as John Major, Gordon Kennedy as Gordon Brown, Sylvestra Le Touzel as Margaret Thatcher, David Robb as Anthony Eden and Nicholas Woodeson as Harold Wilson. David Peart plays the Equerry, Charlotte Moore will play Bobo MacDonald and Private Secretary, Marnie Brighton, Madeleine Jackson-Smith and Izzy Meikle-Small will alternate in the role of Young Elizabeth and Matt Plumb and Harry Feltham will play the footmen.
Peter Morgan has updated his script for this production of The Audience and it’s certainly perfect timing for the production with it’s opening scheduled just two days before the UK general election. This production will preview from 21 April 2015 and is booking to 25 July 2015.
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Don’t miss out on the action-packed, barking mad family fun adventure as Britain’s Got Talent winner Pudsey, stars in Pudsey The Dog: The Movie, available to own on DVD from 10th November 2014 courtesy of Entertainment One.
From director Nick Moore (Love Actually, About A Boy) comes a heart-warming and hilarious ‘tail’ about doggy determination, starring David Walliams (Little Britain, Great Expectations) as the voice of Pudsey, Jessica Hynes (Harry Potter and the Order of the Pheonix); John Sessions (Filth, The Last Station); Olivia Colman (Hot Fuzz, The Iron Lady), and Izzy Meikle-Small (Snow White and The Huntsman), with a special appearance from Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden.
Cheeky London stray Pudsey (Walliams) has just found a new loving family in the shape of Gail (Hynes) and her three children Molly (Meikle-Small), George and Tommy, and things couldn’t be better. However, his new life comes under threat when their dog-hating landlord Mr Thorne (Sessions) plots to demolish the entire village, leaving Pudsey no choice but to stop him by whatever means.
Join Pudsey with all the family and make this hilarious doggy adventure the perfect stocking filler for your little ones this Christmas, as Pudsey The Dog: The Movie comes to DVD on 10th November.
Izzy Meikle-Small, the actress who starred in Great Expectations, said juggling studying with acting was a challenge but has paid off as she achieved three A*s
An actress who has starred alongside Olivia Coleman and Kristen Stewart said picking up her A-level results was more stressful than appearing in premieres of her films.
Izzy Meikle-Small, star of television series The 7.39 and the film Never Let Me Go, is celebrating gaining three A* grade A-levels.
The 18-year-old, who achieved her grades in English literature, government and politics and photography, said the task of studying while filming had been ”tricky” and she is now planning to take a gap year to concentrate on her acting.
Miss Meikle-Small, who is a student at independent Brighton College said: ”I was so nervous, I didn’t sleep at all last night but now I’m really happy.
”I get quite nervous at premieres and when auditioning although when I am on set I do not tend to be nervous but this is the most nervous I have ever been.”
She added: ”It’s been really, really tricky, a bit of a juggling act, I missed the first half of the first term I have been really behind so I had to catch up which has been really stressful but I managed to do it.
”I’m having a gap year now to try to concentrate on my acting and not have to juggle so much. I might go to university depending on how everything goes.”
In 2011 Miss Meikle-Small became a television star when she appeared as the young Estella in Great Expectations, with Gillian Anderson playing her mother Miss Havisham.
Miss Meikle-Small, from Hove, was both a school and house prefect in her final year, and has been described as ”a model pupil” throughout her time at Brighton College, ”known for taking part in everything, being kind to others and generally being utterly charming”.
Her most recent film roles include Disco, Snow White And The Huntsman, and Private Peaceful. Her most recent film is Pudsey, The Movie.
Her television roles have included this year’s hit The 7.39 in which she starred alongside Olivia Colman and David Morrissey, as well as the BBC production of Great Expectations in which she played the young Estelle.
Miss Meikle-Small also gained nine A* grades and an A in her GCSEs two years ago.
Richard Cairns, headmaster at the school, said: ”It is remarkable that Izzy has been able to juggle her acting commitments and academic studies so brilliantly and with so little fuss. She is an example to all of us.”