Here we go again! A large batch of 1920 x 1080 HD screencaptures of Jemma Redgrave from Series 23, Episode 23 of Holby City have been added to the gallery. Samples below:
Gallery Link: TV Series/Holby City/HD Screencaptures/S23E23
A batch of HD Screencaptures (1920 x 1080) of Jemma Redgrave from the “Barnes’ People” Meet the Cast video are now in the gallery.
Here’s a preview:
The Old Vic have announced that their second live stream play to feature on Youtube will be “Mood Music”. It will be available free to watch on Youtube between 8 July 2020 and 14 July 2020. This is a great chance for those unable to see this during it’s run to now experience Jemma on stage.
Behind its seductive and glamorous veneer, the music industry has a dark side. Whether it’s bitter legal battles fought by the likes of George Michael, Kesha and Tulisa, or the lost lives of Amy Winehouse and Chris Cornell, the price of fame and success can be brutal.
‘The music industry isn’t about healing heartbreak and vulnerability. It’s about selling it.’
In a top London recording studio, Cat, a young songwriter, her producer Bernard, their lawyers and psychotherapists go to battle over who owns a hit song. Amidst a gathering storm of bitter complaints and recriminations Cat and Bernard inflict a devastating toll on each other.
With heartfelt thanks to the generosity of all the casts, creatives and companies involved, a selection of full length Old Vic archive recordings of selected productions since Matthew Warchus became Artistic Director in 2015 will be hosted for free on The Old Vic’s YouTube channel. This will give audiences the chance to revisit loved collector’s item productions, or watch for the first time.
The second show to air will be Mood Music, the world premiere of which played over The Old Vic’s 200th birthday in 2018. This timely play about power, passion and the price of creativity is written by Joe Penhall (Sunny Afternoon, Blue/Orange) and directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Enduring Love).
The production, featuring the original cast, will go live at 7pm on Wednesday 08 July and will be available to watch until Tuesday 14 July.
The Old Vic Our Shows Screenings are supported by Royal Bank of Canada and PwC.
Mood Music is a timely new play about power, passion and the price of creativity, written by Joe Penhall (Sunny Afternoon, Blue/Orange) and directed by Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Enduring Love).
The ITV Press Centre have confirmed that “Grantchester” will return on Friday 10 January 2020 at 9pm. Jemma is listed in the cast for the first episode.
Reverend Will Davenport is now fully at ease with his role as the Vicar of Grantchester, and happy helping to solve mysteries alongside his friend, Detective Inspector Geordie Keating.
For Will, a version of Eden is within everyone’s reach, but Geordie knows that human nature is unpredictable, and every Eden has its snakes…
It’s Spring Ball season, which is proving to be less ‘dinner and dancing’ and more ‘disturbing the peace’. When a student from a prestigious all-female college is found dead, Will and Geordie must infiltrate the murky world of campus politics and university societies to find the killer.
Navigating strange initiations, raucous parties – and with investigative journalist, Ellie Harding, hot on their heels – they’ll need to use every advantage to unravel this mystery.
Meanwhile, Geordie and Cathy are rubbing along together – just about – but are Cathy’s ambitions for a life of her own starting to test the delicate family balance? Will they need a little help at home?
And curate Leonard, fresh from a spell with Daniel in Marrakech, finds it hard to acclimatise to living half-a-life back in Grantchester, especially with Mrs C and Jack in marital bliss…
Geordie Keating – ROBSON GREEN
Will Davenport – TOM BRITTNEY
Leonard Finch – AL WEAVER
Mrs Chapman – TESSA PEAKE-JONES
Cathy Keating – KACEY AINSWORTH
Jack Chapman – NICK BRIMBLE
Daniel Marlowe – OLIVER DIMSDALE
Ellie Harding – LAUREN CARSE
Amelia – JEMMA REDGRAVE
Vic – ROSS BOATMAN
Diana – PAULA WILCOX
Two photos of Jemma attending Breast Cancer Care’s “Carols by Candlelight” in 2017 have been uploaded to the gallery:
Breast Cancer Care have an album of photos from the event over at Flickr.
Our gallery link: Appearances/2017/December-Breast Cancer Care-Carols by Candlelight
We’ve updated the Audio Archive with “Art – Defining Moments” from 2009 – which is a 15 minute short story by Anne Harris, read by Jemma Redgrave.
The synopsis is:
“On a weekend abroad, a woman realises that Rome may not be quite the city of romance after all.”
The Audio Archive will be updated with more over the coming weeks/months.