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Posted By missbillie   March 16th, 2017  Uncategorized

Posted By missbillie   March 16th, 2017  Uncategorized

Posted By missbillie   March 11th, 2017  Uncategorized

Billie attended the Olivier Awards Luncheon in London yesterday. She looked stunning in an Alistair James dress, HQ photos below:

10th March | Olivier Awards Luncheon | Arrivals

10th March | Olivier Awards Luncheon | Inside

Posted By missbillie   March 10th, 2017  Uncategorized

Billie appeared on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Radio 2 this morning, talking about City of Tiny Lights, Yerma & her Olivier Award nomination. Photos below from the show & candids of her at the studios, take a listen to the show here!

10th March | Chris Evans Breakfast Show

10th March | Arriving at Radio 2 studios in London

10th March | Leaving the Radio 2 studios in London

Posted By missbillie   March 9th, 2017  Uncategorized

Billie attended the ‘Up Next’ Gala at the National Theatre the other day. 60 HQ photos have been added below:

7th March | Up Next National Theatre Gala

Posted By missbillie   February 21st, 2017  Uncategorized

Billie attended the ‘What on Stage’ awards in London & won for ‘Best Actress’ in Yerma! So proud of her! HQ photos from the event have been added, including arriving at the ceremony & backstage with her award!

19th Feb | Whats on Stage Awards

Posted By missbillie   February 2nd, 2017  Uncategorized

EXCLUSIVE: Blonde To Black Pictures to produce UK drama about mental illness and young carers.

Samantha Morton and Billie Piper are attached to star in drama Two For Joy from Sadie Frost’s UK production outfit Blonde To Black Pictures. The feature, which will chart the challenging relationship between a teenage daughter, her bed-ridden mother (Morton) and her wayward younger brother, will touch on themes of mental illness, young carers and child abuse.

Sadie Frost, Emma Comley and Andrew Green will produce for Blonde To Black Pictures, whose 2015 feature Set The Thames On Fire starred Noel Fielding and Sally Phillips. Also producing are Mat Wakeham and Michael Wiggs. The film, currently in development, will mark the debut of photographer turned writer-director Tom Beard, who has previously directed music videos for FKA Twigs, Jamie T and Klaxons.

Des Hamilton is casting the drama, which was developed with Creative England and will be funded through an EIS scheme arranged by White and Company. The production is aiming for a summer 2017 shoot and is in discussion with other financiers. It has also agreed a deal with Kodak for the feature to be shot on 35mm film.

Control and Minority Report star Morton, most-recently seen in Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, has previously discussed her difficult experience of growing up in foster care and residential homes. Doctor Who and Penny Dreadful star Piper most recently garnered strong notices for her performance in returning London theatre production Yerma.

Two For Joy is a British drama that explores heart breaking themes with immense humanity and sympathy, to deliver an insightful and poignant impact,” Blonde To Black Pictures told Screen.“For the past few years we’ve been steadily working with Tom towards realising his debut feature, mentoring and watching him grow as a writer and director. We undertook development of the film after co-producing his last short Rags with Michael Wiggs of Size 9 Productions.”

Writer-director Beard added: “Two For Joy encompasses my professional development over the last six years. In that time I have worked closely with young people who have been through the care system with the drama therapy charity The Big House. This has given me a unique perspective on issues affecting them, issues that I hope to offer up an unbiased and profound representation of in this film.”


Posted By missbillie   February 1st, 2017  Uncategorized

Billie attended the Critics Circle Theatre Awards yesterday in London, where she won for Best Actress in Yerma (tickets are on sale for the season this year!). HQ photos below:

31st Jan | Critics Circle Theatre Awards