DSM – Denmark Street Management – Actors for film, theatre and television
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  • Blair McAlpine returns to headline EXPRESS YOURSELF for the second time since the spoken word poetry night’s debut in November 2016. Expect new poems and one or two classics. @ExpressYouPoet @blairblethers

    EXPRESS YOURSELF is on at London Improv Theatre on 12th July. Doors 7pm. Show from 7.30pm.

  • pearlmarsland

    Pearl Marsland plays the comic character of Dorcas in LADIES IN LAVENDER, a gentle and moving tale of two older spinster ladies in pre-war Cornwall who find the body of a young man on the beach and nurse him back to health with startling consequences for all involved. Presented as part of the Paul Taylor Mills Company’s summer rep season, the play is on at Windsor Theatre Royal from 4th to 8th July and Manor Pavilion Theatre, Sidmouth, from 14th to 19th July.

  • Dylan Stafford plays the Doctor in TRACING GRACE, presented by OffTheWallCo.

    Following a sold out run at Edinburgh Fringe last year, TRACING GRACE comes to Theatre N16 in Balham from Tuesday 27th June to Saturday 1st July at 7.30pm. TRACING GRACE is a true story about Grace who, at three weeks old, suffered from Encephalitis, a rare inflammation of the brain. Original music, heartbreak and comedy combine to give us an insight into Grace’s world: family, cut up jeans, bowling shoes and jam and cheese sandwiches. For more info, visit www.theatren16.co.uk

    “Angry, upsetting, tender and desperately moving… a must see!” Simon Hattenstone, The Guardian.

  • This June, the Okai Collier Company presented two Edgar Allen Poe plays – THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH and THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER – at the Brockley Jack Studio, London SE24. Both plays featured our clients Harriet Main and Anna Larkin. The double feature got a 4-star review from London Theatre1.com!

  • Chandni Mistry will be playing Alice, Cheshire Cat, Humpty Dumpty and Tweedle Dee, each on alternative days, in Les Petits Theatre Company’s ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND at The Vaults in London. The show runs Saturdays and Sundays from May to July and then daily (except Monday) throughout August. The show lasts 60 minutes and is suitable for children from the age of 5-10, so maybe bring along a little friend as a treat? Find out more and buy tickets at www.alice-underground.com If you are industry and would like comps, please contact DSM directly.



  • We welcome new member Nick Maxwell please check out his CV by clicking here.


  • We welcome new member Topher Collins please check out his CV by clicking here.



  • We welcome new member Bianca Mulligan please check out her CV by clicking here.


  • Elana Martin joins the company of TRAVESTIES, as they transfer from the Menier Chocolate Factory to the Apollo Theatre. Strictly limited 12 week run until 29th April – don’t miss it!

  • Our client Peter Cadden is playing Dennis the dithery vicar in WAITING FOR GOD, a new stage adaptation of the popular BBC sitcom by Michael Aitkens which will tour the UK from April – July. The Director is David Grindley and the production will star Roy Hudd and Nichola McAuliffe.

    Full tour information can be found here.

    If you’re a Casting Director who would like to see Peter in action, please contact DSM for tickets.

  • Elana Martin recently shot a scene for an online film for CELGENE. We look forward to seeing the end result!

  • Harriet Main has joined The Globe Players for their productions of CINDERELLA and SLEEPING BEAUTY, playing the title role and Princess Aurora/Lilac Fairy respectively. Both pantomimes are touring schools around London throughout December.

    For futher information, please contact mail@denmarkstreet.net

  • We welcome our newest member Anna Larkin please check out her CV by clicking here.

  • John Sears

    John Sears is currently performing as Thomas in FIRE AND PHOENIX, a new play written by Kate Glover marking the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London. The story opens in the bakery of Thomas Farynor, Kings Baker, just before midnight on 1 September 1666. Thomas assures his daughter that he has checked the fires, but…

    Presented by Historia Theatre Company, the play is on at The Bridewell Theatre in London until the 19th November. Visit www.sbf.or.uk. There will be also be a special matinee performance at All Hallows on 20 November. Visit www.ahbtt.org.uk. Tickets £15 (£12 conc) available on the door; for reservations, email parish@ahbtt.org.uk with your name and no. of seats required.

  • Chandni Mistry is playing Dorothy in The Redbridge Drama Centre Christmas show THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ. Performances: Thu 8th to Thu 15th December.

    Find out more at www.redbridgedramacentre.co.uk.