Fans of BBC’s This Country can see an exclusive screening of the new series in Cirencester
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The critically acclaimed comedy returns to our screens for series two, and you could be one of the first to see it!
Are you one of the million-plus viewers tuning into the new BBC mockumentary This Country?
Fans of the programme can enjoy an exclusive sneak peek at series two, followed by a Q&A with the some of the cast and production team, hosted by BBC Points West’s Steve Knibbs.
Filmed in the Northleach, This Country is written and stars siblings Daisy and Charlie Cooper, and explores the lives of cousins Kerry and Lee ‘Kurtan’ Mucklowe as they battle the lows and even lowers of growing up in rural Cotswolds.
The screening will take place at Bingham Hall, Cirencester at 6.45pm on Monday February 5.
Tickets can be booked up until 10pm on Sunday January 21, with people able to sign-up to a maximum of two. Tickets will be allocated by a random draw with 80% of the tickets going to Gloucestershire residents.
You can read our interview with This Country’s creators, Daisy and Charlie Cooper here.
You can catch up with the first series on BBC iPlayer - watch here.
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