TV stars Brian Capron and Jenny Funnell in
Derbyshire TimesTV stars Brian Capron and Jenny Funnell in thriller at BuxtonDerbyshire TimesBrian Capron (Coronation Street) and Jenny Funnell (As Time Goes By) star in well-crafted thriller Home At Seven. The play is written by R.C. Sherriff who wrote the classic play Journey's End. Brian plays a husband who returns home from work at 7pm, ...and more »
Posted on 6 November 2016 | 10:04 pm
Home at Seven, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre -
expressandstar.comHome at Seven, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre - reviewexpressandstar.comBrian Capron is perfectly cast in the role of the confused husband David and delivers a natural performance with ease, while Jenny Funnell is every inch the anguished wife, though I suspect she is capable of taking on far more hearty roles than this one.
Posted on 2 November 2016 | 4:37 am
Coronation Street villain gives Shanklin
Isle of Wight County PressCoronation Street villain gives Shanklin Theatre something to smile aboutIsle of Wight County PressShanklin Theatre presented with South East In Bloom award. From left, Terry Carpenter, Sonja Ward, Richard Priest, Jon Gilbey, Brian Capron, Jenny Funnell, Roger Coleman, Sylvia Lay-Flurrie, Liz Hinkes and Debbie Clement. Photo by Pete Boam.
Posted on 27 October 2016 | 1:40 am
Coronation Street Star Presents Shanklin
Isle of Wight RadioCoronation Street Star Presents Shanklin With Special AwardIsle of Wight RadioBrian was joined by actress Jenny Funnell – most famous for her role in As Time Goes By – to present the award to Shanklin Town Mayor Jon Gilbey. The accolade recognises the work of Shanklin Town Council, Green Town Volunteers, Shanklin in Bloom, ...
Posted on 26 October 2016 | 5:04 am
Coronation Street killer Brian Capron in
Coronation Street killer Brian Capron in GrimsbyGrimsby Telegraph"There's a great chemisty between myself and Jenny Funnell, who plays my wife, which I think is a vital element," Brian explained. This 1950s play is from the writer of the classic Journey's End and features a full supporting cast alongside Brian and ...
Posted on 17 October 2016 | 8:14 am
Sense and Sensibility – Watermill Theatre
Jenny Funnell, a sweetly vulnerable Mrs Dashwood and a haughty Miss Grey, also demonstrates her comedy credentials as the good-natured but silly and excitable Mrs Palmer. At first sight, Peter Ormond seems too handsome and youthful to play Colonel Brandon ...
Posted on 8 April 2014 | 5:39 am
Sense and Sensibility at The Watermill
The cast features Paul Bigley as John Dashwood, Jane Brooker as Fanny Dashwood, Jenny Funnell as Mrs Dashwood, Alice Haig as Margaret Dashwood, Cassie Layton as Marianne Dashwood, Graham O’Mara as Edward Ferrars, Peter Ormond as Colonel Brandon ...
Posted on 14 March 2014 | 3:06 am
Ex-Emmerdale star set to thrill on Stevenage
Left alone in the house together, Julia and Margaret are locked in deadly combat. Playing Margaret is As Time Goes By actress Jenny Funnell, who returns to the Gordon Craig after receiving rave reviews in A Cricket Match. Jenny is joined on stage by former ...
Posted on 27 April 2013 | 10:03 pm
WEEKEND MAGAZINE: the pick of what's on in
Playwrights include Bristol's Tom Wainwright ... 01934 645544 / www.theplayhouse.co.uk Stephen Beckett (Coronation Street, The Bill) and Jenny Funnell (As Time Goes By) star in Alan Ayckbourn's comedy, centred on an Englishman's passion for cricket.
Posted on 21 March 2013 | 7:18 pm
In the spirit of the times
The happy medium summons up Condomine's first wife, the teasing, flirtatious Elvira (Jenny Funnell), dead seven years and who happened to be playing backgammon on the Other Side with Genghis Khan when the call came. Even before Elvira's reappearance ...
Posted on 24 June 2012 | 10:00 am