The film was shown on the opening night at the Frameline Film Festival at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco in June 2010.
In January 2013 Madeley starred in Hammer Films' first live theatre play, a new stage adaptation of The Turn of the Screw.
I loved it from the very beginning, though, and soon found myself doing both National Youth Theatre and National Youth Music Theatre, making my parents sit through hours and hours of dancing lessons and God knows what else, bless them.
Mum and Dad didn’t ever want me to miss much academic work so when I was in a show I used to go up to the theatre after school and do my homework in between rehearsals.
In 2005 she appeared in three acclaimed off-West End productions (Laura Wade's Colder Than Here, as well as The Philanthropist (directed by David Grindley) and The Cosmonaut's Last Message..., both at the Donmar Warehouse), and rounded off the year with a starring role in the National Theatre's adaptation of Jamilla Gavin's novel Coram Boy.
I know what it is like to be in their shoes because I caught the acting bug very young.She grew up in London and started her career as a child actress. Madeley grew up in London, attending North London Collegiate School, and began her career as a child actress.She performed for three seasons with the Royal Shakespeare Company and has appeared in three off-West End productions. She then trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.Madeley has performed three seasons with the Royal Shakespeare Company: 2001–2002; and 2003–2004.She appeared in The Roman Actor opposite Sir Antony Sher.
My weekends are relatively higgledy-piggledy most of the time and at the moment, Friday evenings and Saturdays are normal working days.