Great Night Out (2013– )
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Glyn,Hodge,Daz and Beggsy are friends,living in Stockport. Hodge is celebrating his wedding anniversary and plans a night out for the boys. However Glyn,egged on by publican father Warren,... See full summary »

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Elliot Hegarty

Writers:

Mark Bussell (written and created by), Justin Sbresni (written and created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
William Ash ... Beggsy
Lee Boardman ... Hodge
Craig Parkinson ... Glyn
Stephen Walters ... Daz
Naomi Bentley ... Colleen
Christine Bottomley ... Julie
Rebekah Staton ... Kath
Ricky Tomlinson ... Warren
Susie Blake ... Mrs. B
Connor Mills ... Barnet Leader
Isy Suttie ... Bev
Jessie Clayton Jessie Clayton ... Kelly
Lucy Gaskell ... Mandy
Oliver Boot ... Wayne
Alex Lowe Alex Lowe ... Gerado
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Glyn,Hodge,Daz and Beggsy are friends,living in Stockport. Hodge is celebrating his wedding anniversary and plans a night out for the boys. However Glyn,egged on by publican father Warren,goes to a salsa class in order to impress salsa-mad ex-girlfriend Julie. Warren's behaviour gets them both thrown out but at least Julie appreciates the effort. Daz wants to take out girlfriend Colleen but she refuses as she is staying in to help flatmate Bev write a poem for her deceased cat. After Skyping his daughter who lives with his ex-wife in Australia Beggsy joins Hodge and Daz for a night out but they end up accidentally running over a drunk. Feeling guilty they put him on his train but it starts with them still on it and they need to take evasive action to avoid arriving in London. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Release Date:

11 January 2013 (UK) See more »

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William Ash (Beggsy) & Christine Bottomley (Julie) also worked together on The Tunnel (2013) as Bolseslaw 'BB' Borowski & Helena Carver respectively. See more »

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References Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968) See more »

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Great cast, great feel, great show
15 January 2013 | by rushmore1See all my reviews

It's been a long time since itv put out any comedy, so expectations weren't particularly high for this one. But the opening episode was unexpectedly enjoyable. Really quite fantastic! A great cast, pacey script, nicely shot and a warm tone contributed to a hugely entertaining hour of Friday night TV. I particularly loved the cast - it wasn't the same old faces wheeled out from other comedies - they all seemed fairly fresh to the genre. Lee Boardman was the stand-out hilarious guy for me. The show isn't rude or cynical - just good, inoffensive fun for anyone. Highly recommend and I've got the feeling it'll just go on improving. 10 out of 10 (or maybe 9, so it has somewhere to go!)


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