Angelo's. Angelo (Steve Brody)
Angelo's

Angelo's

  • TV sitcom
  • Channel 5 / Comedy Central
  • 2007
  • 6 episodes (1 series)

Angelo's is a greasy spoon café based in London's bustling Trafalgar Square; it's home to a hybrid of surreal comedy characters whose lives intertwine. Stars Steve Brody, Shelley Longworth, Alice Lowe, Sharon Horgan, Paul Garner and more.

Episode menu

Series 1, Episode 5

Angelo weighs up an offer to buy his café; Maria alienates her friends by falling in with a group of art students; Kris avoids an old acquaintance and Karen and Dave attend Kevin's party.

Further details

Angelo is concerned to hear that Café Mania will not have a role for him in their plans to modernise the caff.

Maria has her head turned by a group of Fashion College students, who adopt her and promise to make her their muse. The new Maria thinks that Mickey P and Alicia are holding her back.

Kris bumps into an old friend from the National Youth Theatre, a hugely popular soap opera actor who Kris clearly despises for his success. Russell discovers that his new career opportunity may be a scam for the vulnerable and Shelley sets up a blind date with a passenger who is unlucky enough to have left his wallet behind in her cab.

At a birthday party for her niece, Karen is reminded of her own fertility problems and finds herself being comforted by an overly understanding Kevin.

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 14th December 2007
Time
11pm
Channel
Channel 5
Length
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Cast
Steve Brody Angelo
Shelley Longworth Maria
Alice Lowe Alicia
Sharon Horgan Karen
Paul Garner Dave
Paul Kaye Kevin
Simon Farnaby Kris
Kim Wall Russell
Miranda Hart Shelley
Javone Prince Mickey P
Guest cast
Belinda Stewart-Wilson Diane
Andy Lucas Georgio
Ben Willbond Paul
Joanna Neary Woman on Bus
Charlie Covell Andrea
Daniel Lawrence Taylor Student
Colin Owens Andrew
Chris Pavlo Delivery Man
Eleanor Lawrence Jade
Writing team
Sharon Horgan Writer
Robert Popper Script Editor
Production team
Chloe Thomas Director
Damon Beesley Producer
Iain Morris Executive Producer
Charlie Fawcett Editor
Anna Higginson Production Designer

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