Kieron Quirke

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Trinity

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Producer Ash Atalla Director Colin Teague Starring
  • Isabella Calthorpe
  • Christian Cooke
  • Charles Dance
  • Claire Skinner
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    Production Company Roughcut Broadcaster ITV2
    Robin French and Kieron Quirke's UK series debut, Trinity, was a cross genre, comedy-thriller set at a fictional Oxbridge college and boasting a star-studded cast including Charles Dance and Claire Skinner and hot newcomers Christian Cooke, Reggie Yates and Isabella Calthorpe.

    Trinity was a cult hit on ITV2 with a huge following across Twitter, Facebook and other social media and with viewing figures outstripping the digital slot average, including an opening well over a million viewers.
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    Reviews

    'The characters are well drawn, the plot is ingenious, the sex is raunchy and the look is opulent' Andrew Billen
    The Times

    immense fun Liz Jensen
    Saturday Review

    Trinity is well produced, with some great performances and a mystery that leaves us wanting to know more. I'm already hooked. Donna Wiffen
    Broadcast

    absolutely addictive...I'm totally gripped and hooked Mark Ravenhill
    Saturday Review

    Thank God, then, for Trinity. Ash Atalla puts Footballers' Wives, Inspector Morse and Buffy into a pot, stirs, and out comes this - and what a romp it is. His first non-comedy, and yet I laughed out loud. The casting of Charles Dance is genius; I love the fact the royal tart really is a royal. It is ridiculous, but knowingly so, and I am sure it will be a great hit. The crepy thriller undertones left me wanting more, and although I know it's not meant for me, I will be tuning in. Kelly Webb-Lamb
    Broadcast

    never a dull moment...Trinity is shaping up as an unholy treat Keith Watson
    Metro

    We're at a collegiate university, it's very, very silly, Porterhouse Blues meets There's Something About Mary, that kind of thing. It's early days I know, but I think it looks quite promising Sam Wollaston
    The Guardian

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