A quick-cutting sitcom crossed with a sketch show, set in a hairdressing salon. The owner of Quick Cuts is Sue, who turns a blind eye to the various faults, failings and eccentricities of ...
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A series set in the fictional village of Pontyberry in the South Wales Valleys centered on the lives of a single mother in her forties, who earns a living doing the locals' ironing, and her family and friends.
Marnie is not OK. She's had x-rated thoughts for the last 3672 days and she doesn't know why or what they mean. When she jumps on a coach to London, she doesn't know a soul, not even herself, but in the city she will build a new life.
A quick-cutting sitcom crossed with a sketch show, set in a hairdressing salon. The owner of Quick Cuts is Sue, who turns a blind eye to the various faults, failings and eccentricities of her staff. Together with Sue's relentlessly crooked boyfriend Trevor, they are one big dysfunctional family. The narrative sitcom element of Quick Cuts follows the lives of the staff while the sketch element will be the encounters between the customers and the hairdressers with the camera acting as the mirror in the shop.Written by
I agree with the first review. Why was this brilliant comedy hidden away on BBC4? It doesn't make sense. I came across it by accident, and it's hilarious! Best thing I've seen for ages - really great characters and fantastic writing. I can't believe there's only three episodes. What's the point of that? BBC are bonkers. Would I want my hair cut by any of these people? No thanks. But I'd love to spend more time with them - like a full series maybe! They are all so different and not in a clichéd way like in most so called comedies. Okay it's in your face in like Sue and the mad dancing in the first episode, which was hilarious, but it's subtle too. Loved Annie's blind date with the guy who'd been in a coma for four years. Everyone should watch it, and I hope it's repeated on BBC One where it belongs.
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