Ukulele-playing Lulu (Waller-Bridge) is kooky but desperate to fit in, and goes out of her way to make herself popular with the rest of the gang. She and old friend Anthony (Damien Molony) have history and are just a little too flirty, but Kate (Louise Ford), his fiancee tries to play it cool – with disastrous results.
Other oddball regulars include womanising posh boy Sam (Jonathan Bailey) – “I’m an estate agent so I’m allowed to be a twat”; shy, excitable Fred (Amit Shah); and duck-out-of-water Colin (Adrian Scarborough), a sullen, middle-aged recent divorcé to whom frustrated French artist Melody (Julie Dray) takes a shine.
Tensions escalate as Lulu’s eccentric Great Aunt Gladys (Kathy Burke) drops by with some unconventional assistance.
Nothing is quite as it seems as the friends fall in and out of love and deal with the consequences. Each episode brims with brazenly filthy humour and alarming twists of fate.
“Frank and filthy, sad and weird and fresh.” The Guardian