Credits Include: Happy Valley, The Thin Blue Line (BBC), Shameless (Channel 4) and Everybody's Talking About Jamie (Apollo Theatre)
Broadchurch (ITV), Peepshow (Channel 4) and The Lobster (film).
Credits Include: EastEnders, The Street (BBC) and Bulletproof (Sky 1).
Mamma Mia! and Viva Forever!
Director and producer
Two Olivier Awards for his work in the West End and a Tony Award for his work on Broadway. Billy Elliot, The Crown and The Hours.
Dame Judi Dench CH, DBE
Dame Judi made her stage debut in 1957 and has since become a seven-time Academy Award nominee, winning Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Queen Elizabeth I in Shakespeare in Love. Other awards and honours include six British Academy Film Awards, four BAFTA TV Awards, seven Oliviers, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Golden Globes and a Tony.
Credits also include James Bond and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
Howard Goodall CBE
Emmy, BAFTA and Brit Award-winning composer
Bend It Like Beckham, The Hired Man, Into the Storm and The Vicar of Dibley
Credits Include: Primeval (ITV), Shetland (BBC), Network (National Theatre) and Betrayal (Harold Pinter Theatre).
Performer, composer and writer
The Vicar of Dibley Series (BBC), Just a Minute (BBC Radio 4), Hans Andersen: My Life As A Fairytale (Hallmark).
Another Life, Ten Days to D-Day and The Pickle Recipe.
Actor, director and writer
Credits Include: Being Julia (Sony Pictures), Brother Sun, Sister Moon (EIA) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (RSC).
Dame Twiggy Lawson
Model, Actor and Singer
The Boy Friend (Winner of the Golden Globes for Best New Actress and Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy) and Blithe Spirit (Chichester Festival Theatre).
Credits Include: Vera Drake (Winner of British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actor 2004), The World’s End (StudioCanal), War Horse (DreamWorks), Happy-Go-Lucky (Winner of the British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actor 2008).
For the RSC Michael has played Hamlet, Angelo in Measure for Measure, Edgar in King Lear and Berowne in Love’s Labour’s Lost.
Credits Include: The Hobbit Trilogy (New Line Cinema), Café Society (FilmNation) and Rebus (ITV).
Roy Williams OBE
Plays: Lift Off (George Devine Award), Clubland (Evening Standard Award), Sing Yer Heart Out For The Lads and Sucker Punch (Olivier Award nominee).