dinnerladies is a British sitcom which aired on BBC 1 from 1998-2000. It was created, written and co-produced by Victoria Wood.
The series is set entirely in the canteen of HWD Components, a fictional factory in Manchester and featured the caterers and regular customers as the main characters.
Runtime: 30 minutes
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dinnerladies is a British sitcom created, written and co-produced by Victoria Wood. Two series were broadcast on BBC One from 1998 to 2000, with 16 episodes in total. The programme is repeated on Gold, and the complete series was released on DVD in November 2004.
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A play based on the series premiered in London in April 2009. The play was based on three episodes of the second series of the TV show, and concentrated on the romance between Bren and Tony. It was directed by David Graham, who also adapted Victoria Wood's original TV scripts for the stage. Gulati and Dunn reprised their original roles from the TV series. The show toured the UK during 2009. A second show called Dinnerladies: Second Helpings toured in 2011 with a new script, once again featuring Dunn, joined by original series cast member Sue Devaney. Shobna Gulati left to return to the soap opera Coronation Street.
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