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  • ♥ NEW trailer for @geostormmovie, starring #gerardbutler & #abbiecornish featuring Robert Sheehan! Releases worldwide this October! Watch the full (HD) trailer at or any of our social networks.
  • ♥ NEW trailer for #ThreeSummers (2017) starring Robert Sheehan & @rebeccaebreeds | Watch the full (HD) trailer at or any of our social networks. Premieres at the Melbourne International Film Festival in August! (Aus)
  • ♥ Beautiful new promotional still of Mary Beth Peil & Robert Sheehan in @arigold's newest release, @swaylake. Be sure to check out for updates on more film screenings! #HQ #LRM
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Latest Projects

Jet Trash
Role: Lee
Status: Completed
Release: Dec 9, 2016 (UK)
Fortitude (TV Series) S2
Role: Vladek
Status: Completed
Release: 2017/Aired
Song of Sway Lake
Role: Nikolai
Status: Completed
Release: June 21, 2017 (LA Film Festival)
Three Summers
Role: TBA
Status: Wrapped filming
Release: Aug 2017 (Aus)
Role: Duncan
Status: Completed
Release: Oct 20, 2017 (US/UK)
Role: TBA
Status: Completed
Release: 2017 (Netflix)
Dicky (Short)
Role: TBA
Status: Post-production
Release: 2017
Bad Samaritan
Role: Sean Falco
Status: Completed filming
Release: Spring 2018
Mortal Engines
Role: Tom Natsworthy
Status: Filming (NZ)
Release: Dec 2018
Invisible Sun
Role: Yazzer
Status: TBA
Release: TBA
This Family
Role: Danny
Status: TBA
Release: TBA
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
Role: Oliver
Status: Pre-production
Release: TBA

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Interview: 5 minutes with Robert Sheehan – WhatsOnStage

October 7th, 2015
Fran (Admin)

An entertaining little interview with Rob – there are some good quotes in there! Have a read below.


By Emily Cole & Ben Hewis |

I proved myself to be a show-off little twit by the age of about nine and half. I played the main part in a play in primary school called Oliver with a Twist and that was my first foray onto the stage and my foray into acting.

When I was fourteen there was an open casting call on television for an Irish film called Song for a Raggy Boy. I said to my mum “I’d love to audition for that” and she patiently took me along. I eventually got a small part in the film and then [after that] got an agent so that was the beginning really.

I did a movie in Belfast called Cherrybomb with some actors that I knew: Rupert Grint and James Nesbitt. I got a central part and I thought “wow this is good”. When [Season of the Witch] with Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman and Christopher Lee came along straight after that I realised, oh actually, I’m working at a good level here and if I don’t maim myself in a tractor accident I think I will be able to maintain this. And so far I’ve managed to avoid all agricultural machinery.

It doesn’t annoy me when people associate me with Misfits. Not at all. Thankfully any sort of approach that I get is unanimously lovely. And then I make it weird.

The Wars of the Roses was adapted from Henry VI Parts I, II and III and Richard III by old Bill Shakespeare. Back in the early sixties, John Barton and Peter Hall quite valiantly and somewhat insanely took those four plays and adapted them down into a trilogy which you could come and see in a day. You’d see the ebb and flow of the tide of power. There’s a poetic sentence that just came out of my mouth.

The process became very focused, very fast paced. Which is great because sometimes, even if there’s a troop of very good actors, if there’s a pensive Shakespeare piece it can be difficult for the audience to maintain focus. The pace was all Trevor Nunn because the script looked like an encyclopaedia when it arrived. We [all 23 actors] have to completely trust Trevor implicitly on this because otherwise there would be too many cooks spoiling the Shakespearian broth. It’s been really lovely to be working with a genuine class act.

The great thing about the project is that you meet Richard in the second play, Edward III. It’s the first time we see a young, gleeful, mischievous Richard, so to go from that to a completely fascist dictator, I mean, it’s a lot to take on. But that’s what Trevor’s been compelling me to portray, that young sort of teenage Richard who starts off as an innocent.

I’m going to do a film with Hailee Steinfeld next. Screenwriter and filmmaker Dustin Lance Black has adapted a book called The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight. It’s a two hander about love. It’s a really, really interesting script so, if all goes to plan, that’ll happen after we finish this.

The Wars of The Roses runs at the Rose Theatre, Kingston until 31 October 2015.


Photos: The Wars of The Roses cast celebrate opening night

October 6th, 2015
Fran (Admin)

Photos courtesy of Trevor Aston

The cast of The Wars of The Roses celebrated opening night at the Rose Theatre, Kingston on the weekend.

Trevor Nunn directs the Shakespeare trilogy which is billed as a ‘gripping adaptation of four of Shakespeare’s history plays, Henry VI Parts I, II & III and Richard III’. [Click here for the reviews!]

The cycle was first produced to great acclaim at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1963 – this is its first revival since.

The Wars of The Roses runs at the Rose Theatre, Kingston until 31 October 2015.

Photo Additions:

+ GBR: “The Wars of The Roses” opening night
+ The Wars of the Roses – On Stage


Soon! Robert Sheehan for Hunger Magazine

October 5th, 2015
Fran (Admin)

Hunger Magazine have announced a new interview coming soon, quite excited for this one! –


The Wars of the Roses: Reviews!

October 4th, 2015
Fran (Admin)

Yesterday was the first trilogy day for The Wars of the Roses, a very long and busy day for Rob and the cast. Today has been filled with so many wonderful reviews! I have listed some great quotes about about Rob’s performance below. He owned it!

– You can also have a peak at our Twitter to see what other great things people have been saying about the show! Absolutely go if you can!

The acting is sensational. With so many in the company playing multiple roles, it’s more trite than ever to single out individuals, but, well… I’m going to! Robert Sheehan (looking like a young Steve Coogan) has the enormous burden of the audience’s twelve hours investment culminating in his interpretation of Richard. He rises to the challenge magnificently, boyish and sly at first, then charismatic and brave, souring into a vicious murderous tyrant, before weakening into a miserable, defeated foe. I don’t care for awards for artistic endeavour, but this is award-worthy stuff from Sheehan.

while Robert Sheehan’s superlative Richard, sporting a show-stealing limp, youthful impishness and an old-fashioned English accent of consummate affectation, craves only the crown.

Leaving aside the whole notion of deformity as a stereotype for evil, never mind Shakespeare’s Tudor propagandising character assassination of Richard III, Sheehan’s is a wonderfully refreshing take – the words tripping off his tongue with assurance, cunning, petulance and ultimately fear and conscience.


Full list of the great reviews that have been coming in –


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