From There To Here
Life On Mars star Philip Glenister filming new BBC drama about horrific 1996 IRA bombing.Filming has now finished on the BBC’s highly-anticipated From There To Here three-part drama, produced by the same team behind ITV’s hit murder mystery series Broadchurch.
Lemon provided many artists on this exciting new drama including featured artists with dialogue. Watch out for Phillip, Pauline, Marcy and Lisa who all had speaking roles and chosen from their Film & TV Workshop Videos, which is amazing. Many other Lemon artists took supporting roles.
Don’t miss it! Coming soon.
Nightmare In Suburbia
Aaron and Verity took part in a true crime reconstruction last week and they “Enjoyed every minute of it”.
They were both well featured.
Don't miss ‘Nightmare in Suburbia’ to Crime & Investigation Network.
Cabbage & Pat
Lemon suplied many featured and supporting artists for the new ITV comedy 'Cabbage & Pat'. 87 year old John Maude was well featured. He played the part of Lorenzo by pouring a glass for Pat (Barbara Flynn) whilst saying his line is a very frail manner. John is actually nothing like his character Lorenzo, he is the life and soul of the party!
John has been registered with us for 12 years and we love having him on our books. He is reliable and trustworthy.
See John in action here
Celebrity Super Spa
Its a wrap! on Celebrity Super Spa. Lemon Casting have loved supplying artists for Celebrity Super Spa. The new Channel 5 show is set to hit screens soon starring Helen Flanagan and James ‘Arg’ Argent. It was certainly entertaining on set to say the least!
Our artists had hair cut, spray tans and face masks done by the celebs and they loved it. Carol even got to walk down the catwalk to show off her new look.
Will you be watching Celebrity Super Spa?
Lemon provided many artists for Channel 4 period drama, The Mill.
‘The Mill' (working title) based on the real life story of Quarry Bank Mill in Cheshire. Finding its main characters amongst the multitude of workers employed at the Mill, the drama will bring to life what it was really like to be at coalface of the industrial revolution.
Due to start in June.
Not to be missed!!
Scott & Bailey
Lemon provided extra, walk-ons and police for the latest series of Scott & Bailey starring Suranne Jones and Lesley Sharp. The show revolves around the personal and professional lives of DC Bailey and DC Scott. It is produced by Manchester-based Red Production Company for ITV1 and is largely filmed in the Greater Manchester area.
In The Flesh
Lemon provided zombies for the BBC supernatural drama starring Luke Newberry and Ricky Tomlinson. The show was created and written by Dominic Mitchell and is set after the zombie apocalypse and focuses on zombie teenager Kieren Walker as he reintegrates back into the local community.
Lemon provided regulat villagers for BBC TV series The Village, written by Peter Moffat. Moffat's drama is set in a Derbyshire village from 1914 to 1920. The Village stars John Simm as an alcoholic Peak District farmer and Maxine Peake as his wife Grace.
Lemon Casting provided many background artists for the new comedy drama 'Heading Out starring Sue Perkins. Comic and TV presenter Sue Perkins wrote the new sitcom for BBC Two. Watch this space
Lemon Casting provided military background artists in 'Homefront', ITV's gripping new drama portraying the remarkable families of the soldiers serving in war torn Afghanistan.
Claire Skinner, Clare Higgins, Nicola Stephenson and Antonia Thomas lead an ensemble cast of the wives, girlfriends and mothers of those risking their lives on the front line.
Lemon cast 3 of the main roles for The Crew. A British crime film based on the novel "Outlaws" by Kevin Sampson starring Stephen GrahamDetails
Lemon have been supplying extras and featured walk-ons for the popular TV drama for many years, working on the very first episode when Shameless was in it's infancy and still supplying to this very day.
Shameless, produced by Paul Abbott, is loved and watched by many and is one of the countries favourites comedy dramas. Lemon have also supplied armed uniformed police on many occasions.
Lemon Casting provided TV extras for Peter Kays Britain's Got The Pop Factor. Not only did we supply a large amount of film & TV extras, we also supplied most of the featured artists, like character 'Disco Dave'. Peter Kay personally liked the character of 'Disco Dave so much that he requested more scenes. Lemon Casting have worked with Peter Kay many times before, such as on the Phoenix Nights production and also the series of Max and Paddy.Details
Christopher Eccleston stars in the opening episode of Accused – six new dramas from Jimmy McGovern about crime and punishment, made by RSJ Films for prime-time BBC One. Accused is double award winning television drama starring Sean Bean and Stephen Graham. Lemon Casting and Alpha Bravo supplied many of the extras and uniformed professionals for the popular BBC show.Details
Television drama, Fresh Meat, produced for Channel 4 is a new student type comedy drama starring Joe Thomas (The Inbetweeners) and comedian, Jack whitehall. Many of the scenes were shot in various locations around Manchester such as the Sharp Project, home of the Lemon head office. Lemon was asked to provide lots of artists for large scenes, including the memorable 'riot scene'. Fresh Meat, written by Peep Show creators Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain, has been a hit and is due to run for a 2nd series this year.Details
Lemon Casting provided many film extras for various scenes in the blockbuster movie Alfie, British/American comedy-drama film based on the 1966 British film of the same name, starring Jude Law, Susan Sarandon and Sienna Miller. The hit movie, directed by Charles Shyer, turned Manchester's Northern Quarter into a New York film set for the week. It was a fantasic opportunity for our artists to work with such huge stars.Details
Lemon Casting were ask to cast all the main actors for the Britain’s Bravest Cops reconstruction scenes, presented by Rav Wilding. Alpha Bravo supplied all police costumes to the production based on true events told by brave police men and women from around Britain. The filming location was in the stunning countryside setting of Oxfordshire for the week and actors where booked into the beautiful Eynsham Hall Hotel. The Director of the BBC production could not praise the actors enough, they were all fantastic and extremely well featured.Details
Lemon Casting provided military extras and featured artists for the Channel 4 film, The Mark of Cain, which was shot in Tunisia. The film extras were flown out to a deserted area in Tunisia during the 3 week shoot, which also features star of 'Green Street' Leo Gregory and Shaun Dooley (Eden Lake). Lemon Casting's costume department, Alpha Bravo supplied uniformed professionals and a the military adviser to show the main cast how to handle weapons.Details