ORANGE TREE THEATRE FESTIVALOrange Tree Theatre Festival 

Beth took part in the Orange Tree Theatre Festival, Sam Walters’ final production as Artistic Director. Beth performed in Programme 2 in a play called MOBILE 4 by Stephen Jeffreys and directed by John Terry.

From the writer of The Libertine, and an acclaimed adaptation of Dickens’ Hard Times at the Orange Tree, which toured Europe in the 1980s. Set at the time of the Orange Tree’s inception in the 1970s, during an era of creative idealism and experiments in alternative living, Mobile 4 follows the late-night unravelling and disintegration of an artistic commune. As they install their artwork in a gallery, will their idealism, hopes and friendships last until morning?

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SAUCE FOR THE GOOSEChildren's Children 

Beth recently appeared in the  Orange Tree Theatre's show, SAUCE FOR THE GOOSE.

"Sam Walters blissfully funny revival stars the captivating Beth Cordingly."
The Independent

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"...in Cordingly's heartfelt performance, the pain of betrayal is real and acute. It is this complexity of flavour that makes it more than just a big belly of laughs; it's a richly satisfying dish."
The Times

 

 

Children's ChildrenCHILDREN'S CHILDREN 

Beth starred in Jeremy Herrin's world premiere production of Matthew Dunster’s CHILDREN'S CHILDREN, at the Almeida Theatre.

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LITRO MAGAZINE AWARDLitro Magazine Award 

Beth has won Litro magazine's 'Double Dutch' short story competition. The Dutch ambassador presented her with her award of a Dutchie bicycle for her story about Amsterdam.

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"SUMMER HOLIDAY" BY PENNY SMITH

Beth has just voiced the audio book version of Penny Smith's latest book 'Summer Holiday.' Published by Harper Collins, the audio version is out now to download from Amazon.

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CHARLIE BROOKER'S LATEST COMEDY FOR BBC2

Beth is on screen again in Charlie Brooker's comedy show 'How TV Ruined Your Life.'

From love and money to fear and progress, Charlie Brooker explores a different universal theme each week as this six-part series attempts to explain where it all went wrong and just how wildly the TV and movie ideal differs from life's grim reality.

» View clip from 'How TV Ruined Your Life'

 

SARAH WALTERS CHOOSES STORY

Beth's story 'Marianne and Ellie' was selected by Sarah Waters to be published in an anthology of short stories, 'Dancing with Mr. Darcy' (Honno Press, 2009)

UPDATE Second Edition available in North America

Honno Press has now arranged for William Morrow to produce the collection for the North American market.

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 "DEAD SET" PLAYS ON U.S. TV THIS HALLOWEEN

The BAFTA-nominated horror drama created by English writer Charlie Brooker and starring Jaime Winstone, Riz Ahmed, Andy Nyman and Beth Cordingly makes its U.S. television premiere on IFC Monday, October 25 through Friday, October 29, 2010, airing at 12:00 midnight over five consecutive nights. A special marathon event featuring all 5 parts back-to-back takes place on Halloween night beginning at 8pm ET/PT.

» Visit the Dread Central website

» Visit the EatMyBrains website to read an interview with Beth about the making of Dead Set.

NSPCC Hall of Fame

NSPCC HALL OF FAME

Beth is an ambassador for Childline and speaks at fundraising events on their behalf and has received an award at the House of Commons for her outstanding contributions to the NSPCC. She gave the keynote speech at the Anti-bullying week conference in 2006 at Westminster Central Hall and ran the London Marathon in 2004 to raise money for Childline.

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