Bill Nighy returns as Charles Paris. Charles finally has the chance to be in a West End musical, but it seems to be jinxed in Jeremy Front's dramatisation of Simon Brett's novel.
Bill Nighy returns as actor-cum-amateur-sleuth Charles Paris in Jeremy Front's new dramatisation of Simon Brett's novel.
Charles, bit part actor and amateur sleuth, finally gets the chance to be in a West End musical, but Charles' suspicions are roused when the number of accidents looks like more than bad luck...
At home, Charles' 'semi-detached' wife Frances is approaching a big birthday and she's drawn up a bucket list of things to do before it's too late.
Charles ..... Bill Nighy
Frances ..... Suzanne Burden
Maurice ..... Jon Glover
Chris Watt ..... Nigel Lindsay
Nina Lamb ..... Clare Corbett
Trevor Rhodes ..... Michael Bertenshaw
Mark Spelthorne ..... Christopher Harper
Izzy ..... Franchi Webb
Ged ..... Ronny Jhutti
TV Announcer ..... Carolyn Pickles
Director ..... Mary Peate
Producer ..... Sally Avens
Jeremy Front (Jack and Millie, Magnificent Women, Sword of Honour) continues his hugely successful adaptations of Simon Brett's novels starring Bill Nighy (Marigold Hotel, Dad's Army) as Charles Paris; Suzanne Burden (Fresh Meat, Tis Pity she's A Whore) as Frances - Charles ex-wife from whom he's never been able to detach himself - and Jon Glover (Episodes, Hitchhikers) as Maurice - Charles' long suffering agent.
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