The Women of Candy Cabs Drive Onto BBC One - Jo Joyner and Lisa Millett Lead Cast In Three Part Comedy Drama
Meet Britain’s most glamorous taxi fleet, as BBC ONE announces a brand new, three part comedy-drama series revolving around the lives and loves of a group of women launching an all-female cab company.
A high profile castWith a high profile cast led by EastEnders actress Jo Joyner and comedy star Lisa Millett, the series tells the story of an unlikely pair of Northern women who embark on a business adventure and start a cab company run by women, for women.
But the road towards becoming entrepreneurs never runs smoothly, and it’s not long before personal obstacles interfere with their professional dreams.
Candy Cabs features an ensemble cast that includes Paul Nicholls, Denis Lawson, John Henshaw, Jodie Prenger, Paul Kaye, Claire Sweeney, Melanie Hill, Tom Goodman-Hill, Daniel Ryan and Ricky Whittle.
A smile to your face and a tear to your eyeCandy Cabs will be produced by Splash Media for BBC and filming will commence at the end of May. Commissioning Head of Comedy, Cheryl Taylor says “We’re delighted to be on board with the girls from Candy Cabs. The series has a wonderful cast, warm and witty writing and a sparkling seaside setting brimming with Northern soul. We look forward to three nights of emotional and dramatic fun with these lovely ladies.”
Joint Managing Director of Splash Media, Jane Lush says “Candy Cabs will bring both a smile to your face and a tear to your eye, and I’m thrilled that Splash Media is producing its first comedy-drama for BBC ONE.
Candy Cabs is written by Johanne McAndrew and Elliot Hope, whose television credits include Dalziel and Pascoe, Daylight Robbery, Holby City and Footballers Wives. “Our girls are mad, bad and addicted to lip gloss. Candy Cabs is about friendships, fun and finding yourself. ….” Candy Cabs is created by Jane Lush, produced by John Rushton and directed by Minkie Spiro. Executive Producers are Jane Lush and Fenia Vardanis.
Edit: The Doc beat me to it...
Edited by polo_phil (22nd Jun 2010 11:35am)