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Sorry about Last Night


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A romantic comedy written by and starring
A couple on a first date in London are determined to find a drink after closing time, to prove to themselves that they are not careworn and middle aged. See today's choices.
Producer Jacinta Peel ; Director Metin Huseyin


Producer: Jacinta Peel
Director: Metin Huseyin
AndyCarolides: Alexei Sayle
Julie Cordova: Siobhan Redmond
Mickey: Alun Armstrong
DJ: Steve Wright
Andy'sfather: Joe Melia
Michael: Victor McGuire
Greg: Richard Ridings
Lawyer: Nabil Shaban
First Arab: Anthony Barclay
Hot dog seller: Simon Smith
Old Welshman: Brinley Jenkins
Doorman: David Nellist
Dancer: Carlton Dixon
Bartender: Candida Rundle
Mark: Charlie Caine
Scotsman: Peter Baikie
Policewoman: Anna Gilbert
Arab woman: Suzanna Carney
Second Arab: Eddie Osei
Boy driver: Danny Worters
Second boy: Matthew Evans
Girl: Sakinah Fraser

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