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About Jo

Jo Hole

has worked as a professional actress, director, theatre producer and now agent for over 30 years.

Early TV success in TENKO, MISS MARPLE - NEMESIS, GOLD etc led to work at the Donmar Warehouse, RSC and National Theatre and more recently character roles in feature films and TV including HALF-LIGHT (with Demi Moore), HOLBY CITY, EASTENDERS, FRANKIE, DOC MARTIN, THE POISON TREE, PUBLIC ENEMIES and THIRTEEN series (BBC 3) amongst many.    Jo has directed at Liverpool Playhouse, Young Vic Studio and Ustinov Studio Bath and produced over 20 plays including SIMPLICITY by Lady Mary Wortley Montague - the world premiere of a play written in 1725 which Jo came across in the library at Warwick University and presented at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter and transferred to the Donmar Warehouse Theatre.   She most recently helped to transfer IRISH BLOOD ENGLISH HEART from the Union Theatre to Trafalgar Studios.

Jo opened JHA at Ealing Studios on 1st October 2012 and now works with her team from the heart of theatre land in London's West End at 36-40 Glasshouse Street, just behind the Cafe Royal.   

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SANDS STIRLING is celebrating as '1902' garners a BOBBY Award and an Offie Nomination

SANDS STIRLING is celebrating as '1902' garners a BOBBY Award and an Offie Nomination

Congratulations SANDS STIRLING now into his final Edinburgh Fringe Festival weekend on the receiving end of enthusiastic 4 and 5* reviews (including from 'Trainspotting' author Irvine Welsh) for '1902' - a visceral, dark, funny and very moving story set amongst Hibernian football supporters drawn into a revenge tragedy. This remarkable show has just won the coveted BOBBY award from Broadway Baby and is now also nominated for an Offie. Sands and the writer of 1902 Nathan Scott-Dunn have also co-directed the production.