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Bad Girl Nicole Is Back And Busy In Dorset

Nicole Faraday

Following our regular catch ups...

From Bad Girls To Cannes:The Nicole Faraday Interview

Interview with Nicole Faraday

over the last 4 years it is cool to keep in touch with Nicole and find out her plans.

Hi Nicole

What are you up to this summer?

Helloooo! I will be head judge of Swanage 'Carnival's Got Talent' again this year. During August I am performing in two different plays, so that I can spend time at home with my family.

I am at the Tivoli Theatre in Wimborne playing 'Ginny' in 'Relatively Speaking' on 10-12th August.

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and then in the first rep season the Mowlem Theatre, Swanage, has seen for 25 years playing Daria in The Game’s Afoot by Ken Ludwig at the end of August (25-29)It is the last of the three plays at the Mowlem, occurring this season.

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Anything else we can look out for?

My new feature film  'Ask the Cheat'  in which I play the lead role of Ms Bushnell for TalkingLens Productions opposite Nick Moran, Martin Trenaman and Jeremy Edwards... is due in cinemas (and DVD) in October and premiering at the Venice Film Festival in August. 

I also spent some time in the Spring filming a new short film 'Future's Past' in Poole Harbour and surrounds as Reverend Eddowes with local film makers. I was out at Cannes Film Festival again in May, this year, promoting both my feature and another local short I was in 'Faithless' starring Sean Gilder, which was filmed all around Dorset with mainly a local cast and crew,and picked up internationally by both Cannes and Girona film festivals.

My Bad Girls episodes are on CBS drama every night again at the moment.

For all up to date info re my work and gigs all over the country plus tv appearances see www.nicolefaraday.co.uk

Great stuff. Thank you. Till next year.


Nicole's Profile:

NICOLE FARADAY is a TMA award winning television, film and theatre actress best known for her portrayal of Snowball Merriman in two series of ITV's smash-hit television series BAD GIRLS, regularly rescreened on CBS. She is also known as Dr Heather Lincoln in BBC's CASUALTY, and man-eater Veronica in ITV's EMMERDALE.
Feature Films include the leading role of Ms Bushnell in ASK THE CHEAT opposite Martin Trenaman and Nick Moran, Kim Brookes opposite Vinnie Jones in  KILL KANE, Dawn in TOP DOG and Shell in BAD GIRLS-THE MUSICAL.

Other television credits include CBBBOTS 2016 and former LOOSE WOMEN panellist, plus episodes of DOCTORS, KINGDOM, THE BILL, BAD GIRLS-MOST WANTED, TIME GENTLEMEN PLEASE, 'ORRIBLE, AGONY, SURREALISM, CATHEDRAL,THE MICK JAGGER STORY,I WORK IN A BANK, MEET THE WILSONS and cult internet drama PANTRY MANOR.

Further film credits include FUTURE’S PAST, FAITHLESS,UNBIRTHED, THE NEIGHBOURS, THE LOCKE INN, 8ISH,CHAIR TO RENT,JACQUELINE ESS,JUST ONE MORE LOVE, MISUNDERSTOOD,GRANDMA'S FUNERAL, UNTOLD STORIES, TRIZONERS, THE EMPTY MIRROR, LAST TANGO IN CROYDON and A FINE WINE.
Theatre credits include: two 2016 UK tours of new musical comedy ISLE OF WOMAN; three UK no 1 tours as Eva Cassidy in OVER THE RAINBOW; Shell in BAD GIRLS-THE MUSICAL (West Yorkshire Playhouse and The Garrick ,for which she won  the Best Supporting Performance TMA 2006 and was a Nominee for the WOS awards 2007); Susan in YEAR 10;  Val in a workshop of FAT FRIENDS for Kay Mellor/ Michael McCabe; Avalyn in MYSTERIOUS SKIN; Blanche Dubois in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE and Dr. Jekyll in JEKYLL AND HYDE both at the Lighthouse, Poole; Madame in THE MAIDS; Liz McIntyre in THE PRO's, THE CONS AND A SCREW; AN AUDIENCE WITH THE MAFIA at the Apollo; NOT QUITE 'IT' at Soho Theatre, BRIGHT at The Royal Court, HOGARTH, THE LENNY BEIGE SHOW, NEWSREVUE, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, Marilyn in MARILYN THE MUSICAL, WEST END GIRLS and the BKL tour of THANKYOU FOR THE MUSIC as Agnetha.
Nicole also regularly performs her own cabaret in venues nationwide, and has performed several times as a solo singer with Frank Renton's BBC Concert Brass at the Royal Albert Hall as a part of the TV Times "CAROLS WITH THE STARS" in aid of Leukaemia Research.

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