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Tipping the Velvet

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Second of Andrew Davies 's new three-part drama based on the novel by Sarah Waters. Betrayed by Kitty, Nan turns to prostitution before becoming a widow's captive plaything.
Producer Georgina Lowe ; Director Geoffrey Sax

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Davies
Novel By: Sarah Waters.
Producer: Georgina Lowe
Director: Geoffrey Sax
Nan Astley: Rachael Stirling
Mrs Dendy: Bernice Stegers
Kitty Butler: Keeley Hawes
Walter Bliss: John Bowe
Diana Lethaby: Anna Chancellor
Florence: Jodhi May
Dickie: Sara Stockbridge
Bill: David Webber
Mrs Best: Theresa Watson
Mary: Milly Gregory
Mrs Milne: Tilly Vosburgh
Grace Milne: Heather Dickinson
Renter Alice: Paul Ready
Corder: Carl Chase
Zena Blake: Sally Hawkins
Mrs Jex: Janet Henfrey
Rough man: Dave Spinx
Middle-aged gent: David Simeon

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