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.

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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 delights the audience at Jewish Book Week grand finale

11 March 2019 22:31

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Jewish Book Week 2019ís sold-out grand finale, Jewish Voices, took place at Kings Place in London on 10 March. ZoŽ played a key role in the event, which was billed as Ďa celebration of the power of wordsí and encompassed everything from songs to speeches.

She had the audience in fits of giggles when giving the first reading of the night Ė Groucho Marxís famous, witty letter to Warner Bros. about ownership of the name Casablanca Ė before dissolving into laughter herself! Zoe returned to the stage for an extract from Alan Bennettís hugely successful play set in a northern grammar school, The History Boys, alongside fellow actors Henry Goodman and Janet Suzman, director Nicholas Hytner, newsreader Emily Maitlis and other well-known figures.

Such was the demand for tickets to Jewish Voices, a collaboration between the long-running festival and charity World Jewish Relief, that the event was relayed live to a second area of Kings Place to enable more literature fans to enjoy it.

Over the course of a couple of hours, Jewish Voices explored what it means to be a Jewish writer and member of the Jewish community, providing entertainment, insight and serious thought.

Everyone present is sure to have left feeling inspired.

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