Coming Soon: Part 1

Notes

Broadcast in 2000, COMING SOON is a three part comedy/drama series for Channel 4 following the adventures of an avant garde theatre company from London that would do anything for funding.

Artist / Author Annie Griffin
Digital Ref EF5108
Date 2000
Type Digital File

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