Coming Of Age. Image shows from L to R: Jas (Hannah Job), Ollie (Ceri Phillips), DK (Joe Tracini), Matt (Tony Bignell), Chloe (Anabel Barnston). Copyright: BBC
Coming Of Age

Coming Of Age

  • TV sitcom
  • BBC Three
  • 2007 - 2011
  • 23 episodes (3 series)

A bawdy, loud teen sitcom from writer Tim Dawson about a group of friends at college together in Abingdon. Also features Anabel Barnston, Tony Bignell, Hannah Job, Ceri Phillips, Joe Tracini and more.

Coming Of Age. Image shows from L to R: Chloe (Anabel Barnston), Matt (Tony Bignell), DK (Joe Tracini), Ollie (Ceri Phillips), Jas (Hannah Job). Copyright: BBC

Key details

Genre
Sitcom
Broadcast
2007 - 2011
Channels
BBC Three
Episodes
23 (1 pilot + 3 series)
Stars
Anabel Barnston, Tony Bignell, Hannah Job, Ceri Phillips, Joe Tracini, Ellen Thomas, Matthew Earley and Minnie Ayres
Writers
Tim Dawson, Paul Mayhew-Archer and Susan Nickson
Directors
David Sant, Nick Wood and Ed Bye
Producers
Stephen McCrum, Simon London, Sarah Hitchcock, Jo Sargent, Anne Gilchrist and Tim Dawson
Companies

Coming Of Age is a teen sitcom about college life and the quirky friendship groups that develop there.

Jas, Ollie, Matt, Chloe and DK live in Abingdon. Their lives revolve around college, their bedrooms and, because they are always getting thrown out of the local pub, Ollie's garden shed.

In the second series, the gang were still trying to navigate their way through their bumbling college days and burgeoning sex lives.

In Series 3 there is a new addition to the gang, Robyn Crisp (Minnie Crowe), who is a bit of an odd ball. Jas and Ollie are still separated, but it won't be for long if Ollie has anything to do with it. There are tensions growing between Matt and Chloe as she begins to question just how manly her Mattington really is, and there is a surprise in store for DK when his estranged dad, Jim, turns up.

Additional details

Also known as
  • COA (Acronym)
Production
Studio
Camera set-up
Multi-camera
Picture
Colour

Website links

Broadcast details

First broadcast
Monday 21st May 2007 at 9:30pm on BBC Three
Most recent repeats

Recording details

  • BBC Television Centre

Share this page