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Sam Wanamaker Playhouse:
You can donate to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, and find out more about this recreation of an indoor Jacobean theatre, on the Shakespeare's Globe website. ZoŽ, who is Honorary President of the Globe, talks about the history and significance of the project in a video by the theatre. 

Current and upcoming projects:
  • Britannia (Sky Atlantic and Amazon Prime Video, 2018): ZoŽ stars as Queen Antedia, a key figure in the Celtic resistance movement, in this epic, nine-part historical drama series about the Roman invasion of ancient Britain.
  • Inside Number 9 (BBC Two, 2018): ZoŽ guest stars in an episode from this cult comedy-drama's fourth series.
  • Girlfriends (ITV, 2018): ZoŽ stars as Gail, part of a trio of childhood friends rocked by tragedy in this six-part drama series.
  • We can also look forward to a challenging piece for the theatre. More details about that as soon as they're available...

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News round-up: great prizes to be won, Poirot photos, Babs and Wilde on TV and Britannia premiere

5 August 2017 23:45

Win great prizes signed by ZoŽ!

Just a reminder that if you'd like to be in with the chance of winning a t-shirt and photo, both autographed by ZoŽ, be sure to enter the free competition celebrating the website's 15th anniversary.

The competition is open to ZoŽ's fans all around the world. It runs until 11:59pm (UK time) on 30 August 2017. You can find details of how to enter here.

Good luck, everyone!

Behind-the-scenes Poirot photos

I recently discovered some wonderful behind-the-scenes photos of ZoŽ filming the Agatha Christie's Poirot episode 'Dead Man's Folly' with David Suchet. They were taken in summer 2013 by a talented photographer, SG Haywood, for ITV and the National Trust.

The filming was particularly special, as 'Dead Man's Folly' is the last episode ever made of the detective series and was shot at Christie's former holiday home, Greenway (now looked after by the National Trust), in Devon.

Brilliant Babs and wonderful Wilde on BBC Four

There's another chance to watch ZoŽ's brilliant portrayal of visionary director Joan Littlewood on 6 August, as Babs, the Barbara Winsdor biopic first shown in May, will be broadcast on BBC Four at 10pm.

Wilde, the wonderful, moving film in which ZoŽ plays genius Oscar Wilde's loyal friend Ada 'Sphinx' Leverson, is also making a welcome return to our TV screens, twenty years after it was originally released. Look out for it on 10 August, also on BBC Four at 10pm.

Britannia to premiere in Cannes this October

Sky and Amazon US's epic drama series Britannia, in which ZoŽ will appear as a Celtic queen, Antedia, will have its world premiere at MIPCOM 2017 in Cannes, France. The screening is scheduled for this major entertainment trade show's opening day, 16 October.

MIPCOM's press release notes that '[Britannia's] creators and key cast are due to be in Cannes to promote the show'. It also indicates that the series now consists of nine episodes rather than ten; it'll air on Sky Atlantic, not Sky 1; and we'll see it in 2018 rather than this year.

I'll let you know the TV broadcast dates as soon as they're available :-)

With thanks to Janet for letting me know about the Babs broadcast.

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