Sky Atlantic's epic drama about the Romans invading ancient Britain, starring ZoŽ as vengeful Queen Antedia, returned for a second series on 7 November. Both series are available via Sky and NOW TV.

Worzel Gummidge

ZoŽ plays eccentric aristocrat Lady Bloomsbury Barton in the second episode of the BBCís new adaptation of Barbara Euphan Toddís classic childrenís stories, which aired just after Christmas. It's available via the BBC iPlayer.

Shadow and Bone

ZoŽ recently finished filming this major new fantasy series for Netflix, based on Leigh Bardugoís novels. She's been cast as Baghra, a ruthless teacher. The release date hasn't yet been announced.


ZoŽ and her husband in Live from the National Theatre

3 November 2013 16:29

Last night, BBC2 broadcast Live from the National Theatre: 50 Years on Stage.  This very special programme celebrates the National's history with highlights from some of the venue's greatest successes, using a combination of live performance and archive footage.

An extract from ZoŽ's production of The Cherry Orchard (2011), originally recorded for broadcast in cinemas as part of National Theatre Live, was shown towards the end of the programme, when attention turned towards the National's recent hits. 

ZoŽ's husband, Gawn Grainger, appeared on-stage during the evening in a scene from black comedy The National Health, performed near the beginning of the programme.

Live from the National Theatre is available to watch on the BBC iPlayer until Saturday 9 November and is a theatrical treat.  The programme will be broadcast internationally in selected cinemas, too.  And in case you have not watched it yet, I would also highly recommend the special talk given by ZoŽ and her husband last month about their memories of the National Theatre.

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