The Sunday Times has announced its Hot 100 for this Autumn and it features an eclectic mix of productions, programmes and picture shows. Scott Marshall clients appear in a variety of titles, so be sure to catch them while you can.


Michelle Butterly in Hamlet at the Royal Exchange, Manchester. The ultimate play about loyalty, love, betrayal, murder and madness, Maxine Peake creates this iconic role in a refreshingly new stripped back version of one of Shakespeare’s much loved tragedies. Opens 11th September.

Elizabeth Chan in Henry IV at the Donmar Warehouse. Following on from her celebrated all-female Julius Caesar, Phyllida Lloyd’s production will encompass action from both Henry IV Part Iand Part IIto create a single narrative of Shakespeare’s epic historical plays. Elizabeth Chan will be joining the cast in the roles of Northumberlandand Peto. Opens 3rd October.

Julie Legrand in Gypsy at Chichester Festival Theatre. Based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, with lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Gypsy is considered to be one of the great Broadway musicals. Julie Legrand stars as Electra and Miss Cratchitt alongside Imelda Staunton as Mama Rose. Opens 6th October.


Mary Healey and Mike Burnside in The Great Fire on ITV. As the great fire tears London apart, this brand new epic drama details the heart-wrenching stories of a city and its people in crisis. Series airs in October.

Henry Garrett in Peaky Blinders on BBC2. The second series of this gangster family epic will see the Shelby family, who sew razor blades into the peak of their caps, battle to expand their empire as the roaring Twenties really begin to roar. Series airs in October.

Damien Matthews in Babylon on C4. Danny Boyle’s British comedy-drama police procedural television series returns to our small screens, continuing to follow the Met’s officers and PR department deal with serious conflicts in the capital. Series airs later this year.


Mary Roscoe in The Riot Club. The film of Laura Wade’s Posh, The Imitation Game follows an exclusive Oxford University fraternity that finds the future captains of industry getting wasted (or ‘chateau-ed’) on a night out at a gastropub. Released in cinemas 19th September.

Laurence Spellman in Fury. Starring Brad Pitt as battle-hardened army sergeant Wardaddy and featuring our own Laurence Spellman as Sgt. Dillard, Fury is set in April 1945 as the Allies make their final heroic attempts to strike the heart of Nazi Germany. Released in cinemas 24th October.

James Fleet, Terrence Hardiman and David Ryall in Mr Turner. Mr Turner is a story of creative rebellion and radically changing times with Timothy Spall portraying the eccentric early 19th Century British painter JMW Turner. Released in cinemas 31st October.

Tom Goodman-Hill and Andrew Havill in The Imitation Game. Centring on the true story of Alan Turing, the British computing pioneer who cracked the German Enigma codes during WWII, our own Tom Goodman-Hill and Andrew Havillstaralongside Benedict Cumberbatch as Turing and Keira Knightley as Turing’s close friend and fellow code-breaker Joan Clarke. Released in cinemas 21st November.

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