A quick-cutting sitcom crossed with a sketch show, set in a hairdressing salon. The owner of Quick Cuts is Sue, who turns a blind eye to the various faults, failings and eccentricities of ...
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A quick-cutting sitcom crossed with a sketch show, set in a hairdressing salon. The owner of Quick Cuts is Sue, who turns a blind eye to the various faults, failings and eccentricities of her staff. Together with Sue's relentlessly crooked boyfriend Trevor, they are one big dysfunctional family. The narrative sitcom element of Quick Cuts follows the lives of the staff while the sketch element will be the encounters between the customers and the hairdressers with the camera acting as the mirror in the shop.Written by
I'm about to 'iPlay' the third and final episode which I missed this week. I'm gutted that it's over. The characters are so well drawn and recognisable and they are beautifully played, with brilliant comic timing. Good to see new faces along with familiar faces like Doon McKichan and Paul Reynolds. Marianne is a wonderful creation - why hasn't this been done before? There are so many funny lines and bits of business: Sue's dance to Enya ... Trev giving her flowers that he found attached to a lamppost, in memoriam. Quick Cuts is a totally original approach to the work-based sitcom. Please commission more episodes and don't hide them away. This is a comedy to be proud of.
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