Victoria Wood, Julie Walters, Celia Imrie and a superb ensemble cast serve up the laughs in "Dinnerladies", the critically acclaimed comedy written by Wood and set in a factory canteen.
The banter and good humour are never in short supply as Bren (Wood) and the team muddle through their daily routines. Laidback manager Tony, handyman Stan, HR Manager Philippa and Bren's eccentric mother Petula make for chaos and the perfect comedy dish!
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Arrived really quickly , within 2 days !!! for a Xmas present for my mum. Excellent value.
This series is a comedy gem, its humour coming from the gentle but acute observation of the writer, Victoria Wood, superbly rendered by the company and guest actors.It concerns a group of canteen workers and their customers, trying to find love, fortune or sometimes just a bacon sandwich. Each episode can be enjoyed on its own, or you can follow the drama as it unfolds. Frank Sinatra on toast? That's Stan the janitor's accolade for Bren's suggested chat up line and I thought it fits this exceptional series. The theme song (only heard in full over the closing credits of the last episode) is a bittersweet masterpiece.