Stourbridge youngsters to star in new TV series

First published in Schools

A NEW five-part TV series starring Neil Morrisey, in which two talented Stourbridge drama school pupils clinched parts, will be screened from next week.

Gregory Piper, aged 13 and Jordyn-Eve-Davis-Greene, aged 11, both attend Dramaworkshop, run by Esther Stanford at Chawn Hill Church.

Jordyn-Eve, of Whittingham Road, Stourbridge, plays Natalie Tate, the daughter of a corrupt detective in the BBC2 police corruption drama Line of Duty.

Gregory, of Haden Close, Dudley, plays Ryan Pilkington, a troubled youngster who gets caught up in the action.

The series, also starring Gina McKee, begins on Tuesday (June 26) at 9pm.

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