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  Life as it is lived
  Brassic, The edgy new SKY Original comedy series co-created by BAFTA-nominated writer Danny Brocklehurst (Clocking Off, Shameless) and actor Joseph Gilgun (This is England, '86, '88, '90, Misfits, Preacher), is out on DVD on 30th September and available on Digital Download now.

Directed by Jon Wright and Daniel O'Hara (Beaver Falls), hilarious Brassic is written by Brocklehurst and stars co-creator Gilgun, Michelle Keegan (Coronation Street, Our Girl) Damien Molony (Ripper Street, Being Human) as well as Aaron Heffernan (Mum, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa) and Tim Key (This Time with Alan Partridge, The Detectorists).

Set in Lancashire, Brassic follows a group of Northern working-class friends, managing to live life somewhat on pure luck and schemes of questionable legality. Vinnie (Gilgun) - who suffers from bipolar disorder - and best friend Dylan (Molony) have been inseparable since childhood, but that could all change when Dylan's girlfriend Erin (Keegan) reveals plans to leave town to start a new life with him and son Tyler. Dylan must decide whether to make a fresh start with the woman he loves or stay behind with Vinnie and his gang of unscrupulous best mates.
  Graeme Clark [11 Sep 2019 at 12:41]

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