Strange Town Agency is a member of the PMA and represents a diverse mix of young performers aged 8 to 25. The agency is closely linked to Strange Town theatre company which offers performance projects to enhance and develop young peoples’ skills.
Since the agency’s launch in 2011, its reputation has grown rapidly and we have had our clients cast as leads and featured roles in projects such as BAFTA winning Limbo (Caravan Cinema/Film 4/BFI), Cinderella (Sony), Our Ladies (Sigma Films/Sony), Get Duked (Plouffe/Maguire /Coffey/Tunstall), Annika (Black Camel for Alibi/UKTV), Somewhere Boy (Clerkenwell Films for Channel 4), Tom and Jerry (Warner Bros), Kensuke’s Kingdom (BFI/Lupus Films), Puffin Rock (Cartoon Saloon), Army of Thieves (Pantaleon Films for Netflix), Outlaw King (Sigma Films/Anonymous Content), T2: Trainspotting (Cloud Eight, DNA, Decibel, TriStar), Crime (Buccaneer for BritBox), This Is Going To Hurt (Sister Pictures for the BBC), Super Pupz (Zeta Productions for Netflix), The Nest (BBC One), Deadwater Fell (Kudos for Channel 4), River City (BBC Scotland), Shetland (BBC One), Outlander (Sony/Starz), Clique (BBC Three), Stonemouth (BBC Two), Les Misérables (Cameron Mackintosh Prods, UK/Ireland tour 2021/22) and the West End transfer of Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour (National Theatre of Scotland/Live Theatre/Sonia Friedman Productions).
To make an enquiry or find out more, email Ruth Hollyman: email@example.com
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Photos (L-R): Josie O’Brien at the Outlaw King Premiere, Tallulah Greive in Our Ladies, Zindzi Hudson in Killing Eve, Max Wilson in My Son, Orla Bayne, Sophie Kayembe & Alannah Skellett in Seven Against Edinburgh, Lewis Gribben in The Birth of Daniel F Harris, Mimi Robertson in Molly and Mack, Tallulah Greive on the Everyman Edinburgh billboard, Silvie Furneaux in Annika.