Edge Of Heaven. Image shows from L to R: Ann-Marie (Laura Checkley), Alfie (Blake Harrison), Michelle (Louisa Lytton), Carly (Justine Cain), Camp Gary (Robert Evans), Nanny Mo (Marcia Warren), Bald Gary (Adrian Scarborough), Judy (Camille Coduri), Tandeep (Nitin Kundra). Image credit: Hartswood Films Ltd.

Edge Of Heaven

ITV comedy drama centred around a 1980s-themed guest house in Margate

Genre:
Comedy Drama
Broadcast:
2014  (ITV)
Episodes:
6 (1 series)
Starring:
Blake Harrison, Camille Coduri, Nitin Kundra, Marcia Warren, Adrian Scarborough, Robert Evans, Louisa Lytton, Justine Michelle Cain, Nav Sidhu, Raphael Sowole, Laura Checkley
Writers:
Robert Evans, Paul McKenzie
Production:
Hartswood Films Ltd

A comedy drama which charts life at Margate's finest (and indeed only) 1980s inspired B&B.

Wham!-loving Judy Taylor-Chatterjee runs the Edge Of Heaven guesthouse which is also home to her black pudding breakfast enthusiast husband Tandeep and her two grown up kids - loser in love Alfie and his de-mobbed soldier sister, Ann-Marie.

Alfie is a man with his life and future in Margate all planned out ahead of him, until his fiancée Carly leaves him at the altar.

Carly's best friend is Michelle, a sweet girl who's always had a soft spot for Alfie.

Nanny Mo is Alfie's smart as a tack grandmother who lives with his two gay Uncles called Gary.

Edge Of Heaven. Image shows from L to R: Ann-Marie (Laura Checkley), Alfie (Blake Harrison), Ann-Marie (Laura Checkley), Michelle (Louisa Lytton), Camp Gary (Robert Evans), Bald Gary (Adrian Scarborough), Judy (Camille Coduri), Nanny Mo (Marcia Warren), Tandeep (Nitin Kundra). Image credit: Hartswood Films Ltd.