Dressing For Breakfast
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Dressing For Breakfast

Dressing for Breakfast
GenreSitcom
Created byStephanie Calman
StarringBeatie Edney
Holly Aird
Charlotte Cornwell
Nigel Lindsay
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original English
No. of series3
No. of episodes21
Production
Running time30 minutes
Production Warner Sisters Productions
Release
Original networkChannel 4
Original release24 November 1995 - 27 February 1998

Dressing for Breakfast is a Channel 4 sitcom which ran between 1995 and 1998 about two women, Louise (Beatie Edney) and Carla (Holly Aird).

The series was based on a 1988 book with the same title by Stephanie Calman who also wrote the series.

Storyline

The plot mainly concerns 29-year-old jewellery maker/seller Louise and her quest to find the perfect man. Her interfering left wing activist mother Liz (Charlotte Cornwell) gets in the way. In her search for a boyfriend she makes some wrong choices and gets advice from best friend Carla and her husband Dave (Nigel Lindsay).

Reception

The TV series was generally well received. It gained acclaim for featuring strong female characters and its frank look at female sexuality.[1] It proved popular with audiences and was commissioned for three series broadcast between 1995 and 1998.

Cast

The cast included:

References

  1. ^ Rees, Jasper (25 November 1995). "'TELEVISION Dressing for Breakfast (C4)". The Independent. Retrieved 2009.

External links


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