The BBC’s adaptation of JK Rowling’s novel The Casual Vacancy is released on Blu-ray and DVD from 15 June and available on digital HD from 8 June.
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Starring an incredible ensemble cast including; Michele Austin (Eastenders, Silent Witness) as Kaye Bawden, Emily Bevan (Testament of Youth, In The Flesh) as Mary Fairbrother; Silas Carson (Indian Summers, Glue) as Vikram Jawanda; Lolita Chakrabarti (The Smoke, My Mad Fat Diary) as Parminder Jawanda; Marie Critchley (Ripper Street, In The Flesh) as Ruth Price; Monica Dolan (Wolf Hall, Kick Ass 2) as Tess Wall; Keeley Forsyth (Guardians of the Galaxy, Dawn)as Terri Weedon; Emilia Fox (Silent Witness, The Wrong Mans) as Julia Sweetlove; Richard Glover (Into The Woods, The Trap) as Simon Price; Keeley Hawes (Doctor Who, The Bank Job) as Samantha Mollison; Joe Hurst (Private Peaceful, Shirley) as Andrew Price; Rufus Jones (Paddington, House of Fools) as Miles Mollison; Rory Kinnear (The Imitation Game, Skyfall) as Barry Fairbrother; Simon McBurney (The Theory of Everything, Magic In The Moonlight) as Colin Wall; Brian Vernel (Grantchester, Prey) as Stuart Wall; Julian Wadham (The Riot Club, Warhorse) as Aubrey Sweetlove; with Julia McKenzie (Notes on a Scandal, Agatha Christie’s Marple) as Shirley Mollison and Michael Gambon (Harry Potter, Fortitude) as Howard Mollison; and introducing Abigail Lawrie as Krystal Weedon.
THE CASUAL VACANCY centres on Pagford, a seemingly idyllic English village with a cobbled market square and ancient abbey. Behind the pretty façade, however, is a town at war. The rich at war with the poor, teenagers at war with their parents, wives at war with their husbands, teachers at war with their pupils. Pagford is not what it first seems.
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