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Sunburn

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Third in the six-part drama about British holiday reps set in Cyprus.
Starring Michelle Collins
Carol agrees to organise a small wedding for two holiday-makers. See today's choices.
Written by Mike Bullen
Producer Kay Patrick ; Director Renny Rye
Digital widescreen Subtitled.....

I Bride and gloom: Wendy's wedding day brings a few shocks and surprises in Sunburn
Sunburn
8.55pm BBCl It seems that every person in the fictional resort of Limanaki has a relationship problem: either unrequited love (or lust), two-timing (or in the case of a handsome new rep three-timing), or simply due to a misunderstanding.
The main story revolves around a young couple who arrive in Cyprus with the intention of getting married with the minimum of fuss. No cake, no flowers, no church they tell Carol, who is trying to organise it. "We wanted a quiet wedding in a Penge registry office but our family had other plans," explains the woman, pathetically.
Then, as happens in all the best dramas, the family turns up. Before you can say "wedding bells", the whole event spirals out of control with accusations being thrown around like confetti.

Contributors

Unknown: Michelle Collins
Written By: Mike Bullen
Producer: Kay Patrick
Director: Renny Rye
Nicki Matthews: Michelle Collins
Alan Brooks: George Layton
Yiannis: Peter Polycarpou
Carol Simpson: Sharon Small
Laura Hutchings: Rebecca Callard
Greg Patterson: James Buller
Julie Hill: Colette Brown
Maria: Natalie Robb
Tassos: George Zenios
Elena: Zeta Graff
Wendy: Christie Williams
Simon: Nick Malinowski
RobSalter: Stephen Mapes
Tina: Nia Roberts
Aunt Sue: Gaynor Barrett

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