Set in a stage-school in London 'Britannia High' focuses on a group of students struggling to make it in music. The show starts when new girl Lauren moves to the capital city to study at ...
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Musical drama created by Arlene Phillips and David Ian, following a bunch group of super-talented students at a performing arts school as they chase their dreams of stardom. The kids arrive for the ...
When her brother decides to ditch for a couple weeks in London, Viola heads over to his elite boarding school, disguises herself as him, and proceeds to fall for one of her soccer teammates. Little does she realize she's not the only one with romantic troubles, as she, as he, gets in the middle of a series of intermingled love affairs.
A special ten minute episode begins with the group getting stoned in the country and discussing the seventeenth century political group the Diggers. After this yet another party is planned,... See full summary »
The plot follows the same lines as Othello, this is not hidden from the audience but this takes the story and translates it in to sometime within the last 15 years putting the characters in the environment of the music industry.
Set in a stage-school in London 'Britannia High' focuses on a group of students struggling to make it in music. The show starts when new girl Lauren moves to the capital city to study at Britannia High and struggles to fit it and cope with the hard work, she finds close friends(and enemies) who help her as we discover the truth about her dear friends.
I wish people would look at the alternative, especially for a Sunday.
BH is lively, bouncy and entertaining unless you're a "Song of Praise" Follower. (but then I suppose you would be either dead or very close to it LOL)
The acting can be classed as cheesy but think of "X Factor The Auditions" i.e. lots of crap enlightened by some small miracles. But most of all what we are all watching "is a British production." So can we appreciate some home grown attempts rather than the American crap that which often abuses all of our screens.
It's only too easy to slate a program in the beginning, but how many programs in the past first impressions have looked poor at the beginning the turned out to be a great success, just takes time for the actors to develop the characters and enforce the scenario.
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