Irving Street Management


News
  • Mike Aherne is currently appearing at the National Theatre in Alan Ayckbourn’s A Small Family Business. The production is playing until Wednesday 27th August 2014. He will be part of a workshop for Kirk Lake’s The Boy and The Brothers at the National Theatre to be directed by Shezad Daewood.

  • In Autumn 2014, Al Barclay will be appearing as Don Pedro in the American tour of Much Ado About Nothing. The production is produced by Actors From The London Stage.

  • Julia Faulkner is currently appearing as Ranyevskaya in The Cherry Orchard at The Brockley Jack Theatre, directed by Matthew Parker.

  • From August 2014, Jack Lewis will be appearing in the UK tour of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap directed by Ian Watt-Smith.

  • Byron Mondahl recently formed his own theatre in education company BEARMOON Productions based in Bristol. www.bearmoonproductions.co.uk. He will also be appearing as Lily Hardup in Cinderella at Bath Theatre Royal this Christmas.

  • Sam Pay has just completed a season with Cut To The Chase at Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch. He will return this Christmas playing Muddles in Sleeping Beauty.

  • Stephanie Lane is currently appearing in Back To The Future as part of the Secret Cinema Festival.

  • Alison Mead can be seen as part of Dementia Friends ongoing campaign to raise awareness for Dementia.

  • Adam Price will be playing the King in Sleeping Beauty at the Cheltenham Everyman Theatre.

  • Irving Street Management are thrilled to announce that we are now representing Daisy Ward. Daisy has just appeared as Cordelia in the acclaimed production of Lear at the Union Theatre.

  • We are now representing creative clients and are thrilled to welcome Mark Hedges to ISM.

  • Shash Lall is soon to be appearing as Dr Sayed Rasham in the new season of Wentworth which can be seen on Channel 5.

  • We are thrilled to welcome Sydnie Christmas to the ISM books. Sydnie recently graduated from D&B School of Performing Arts.

  • Amanda Sim will be appearing in a national Autumn TV campaign for JD Williams.

  • Pippa Gebette will be appearing in a national Winter TV campaign for JD Williams.

  • Ursula Mohan has recently shot a stills campaign for Vitreoretinal awareness for MCCGLC Events.

Irving Street Management is a dynamic theatrical talent agency with a fresh approach to representing actors and creatives in theatre, film, radio and TV. Formed in 2013, the agency runs alongside Irving Street Productions as part of the Irving Street Group.

We pride ourselves on fully supporting our actors with professional advice, encouragement and genuine empathy. We aim to provide a personal service whilst delivering the highest quality professionalism. Regular meetings and ongoing communication ensure that, together, we build a strong partnership based on trust and honesty so we are best placed to drive our clients' specific career goals forward.