Set up in Soho in 1990, Roxane Vacca Management is a theatrical agency, representing actors in film, television and theatre. Over the years we have earned a reputation for finding and nurturing exceptional new talent with clients going on to be awarded BAFTAs, Oliviers and National Television Awards. We maintain a selective list, guiding clients towards varied and successful careers across the industry.

Press Night of Bluets at the Royal Court Theatre, starring Emma D’Arcy

Directed by Katie Mitchell, this adaptation of Maggie Nelson’s much loved book also stars Ben Whishaw and Kayla Meikle and has been eagerly anticipated by fans and critics alike.

Poppy Miller opens in Richard III at the Globe

The Gathering airs on Channel 4, with Poppy Miller

Opening to great reviews, all episodes are available online with episode one airing Tues 14 May 9pm, and episode 2 at 9pm on Weds 15 May

Emma D’Arcy leads the long awaited second season, releasing 16 June

Inspired by Antigone, Emma leads alongside Tobias Menzies and Nina Sosanya in Alexander Zeldin’s thrilling new production slated for the Lyttleton this autumn.

Asif Khan on the Silence tour – in conversation at the Birmingham Rep April 24-27

It’s official: House of the Dragon, starring the indomitable Emma D’Arcy, returns in June

HOTD will be available to stream on Now TV in the UK

TX date for S3 of Professor T announced, with Sarah Woodward returning as Ingrid Snares

The much-loved drama returns to ITV1 at 9pm on 27 March.

Arabella Weir in An Evening with the Fast Show

The first show of the tour opens at the Regent Theatre, Stoke, and finishes at the Adelphi Theatre in the West End on 14 April.

Stranger Things: The First Shadow, with Isaac Grynnominated in five categories at the 2024 Olivier Awards

Bluets, starring Emma D’Arcy, announced as part of the first season of David Byrne’s artistic directorship of the Royal Court

Emma will play opposite Ben Whishaw in the adaptation of Maggie Nelson’s book, directed by Katie Mitchell.

17 May – 29 June

Raymond Coulthard in The Merchant of Venice: 1936

Bridgid Larmour’s acclaimed production transfers to the Criterion Theatre in London’s West End. Until 23 March.

Double Feature with Rowan Polonski opens to great reception

The Way – Michael Sheen’s TV directorial debut

This bold three-parter for the BBC will be released on iPlayer on Monday 19 February.

The trailer is available to view here.

Peter Guinness in George Clooney’s The Boys in the Boat – out in cinemas

Peter rounds off the lead cast playing George Pocock, whose craft propel the Washington University rowing team to stunning victory in the 1936 Berlin Olympics.

Mr Bates vs. The Post Office airs on ITV, with Asif Khan

ITV’s dramatisation of the ongoing Post Office/Horizon scandal has recieved great acclaim and may even resolve one of the biggest miscarriages of justice in recent British legal history

The Motive and the Cue – with Sarah Woodward

The West End transfer of Jack Thorne and Sam Mendes’ hit National Theatre production opens at the Noël Coward Theatre to 5* reviews.

Cinderella at Brixton House opens with Yanexi Enriquez leading as Sindi-Ella

Two Doors Down returns – now on BBC1!

The seventh series of the hit sitcom starring Arabella Weir starts at 9.30pm on Friday 24 Nov

Tommy ‘delivers a standout performance’ in Simon Stephens’ new adaptation of Frisch’s The Fire Raisers, at the Roundhouse until 11 Nov.

THE TALENT – starring Emma D’Arcy

Emma’s leading performance in this moving short from Thomas May-Bailey wins best performance in a male role at Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival.

Michael Sheen’s Valleys Rebellion

Originally aired in 2015, Michael’s vital documentary exploring the history of modern suffrage and political engagement is now being re-shown on BBC4, available now on iPlayer.

Sex Education: the final season. Out on Netflix.

Alistair Petrie returns as the beloved ex-headmaster of Moordale High, Michael Groff

Nenda Neururer leads in It’s Headed Straight Towards Us

Nenda’s performance is singled out for praise in Rachel Kavanaugh’s production, at the Park Theatre until 20 October.