Now, she’s written her own six-part
comedy drama on Channel 4, starring herself and Catastrophe star Sharon
Horgan. Here’s everything we know about the series.
the story of This Way Up?
teaches English as a foreign language, and finds some fascinating characters in
her work. After enduring a ‘teeny little nervous breakdown’, she tries to put
her life back together. She finds comfort in her older sister Shona, as well as
the students in her foreign-language class, who have their own tales of woe and
Aisling Bea writes and stars in a new Channel 4 comedy
episode is penned by Bea and directed by Alex Winckler (Traitors). Bea has said of the series: 'After years of scripts and projects that never made it to air, this show is a bit of a dream come true, so I really bloody hope you like it.'
in the cast for This Way Up?
casts herself in the main role as Aine, with Horgan playing her older sister
Shona. Also starring is Aasif Mandvi (A Series of Unfortunate Events),
Indira Varma (Patrick Melrose), and Tobias Menzies (the new Prince Philip)
(The Crown, Game of Thrones).
the This Way Up release date?
Way Up will air in August on Channel 4. No trailers yet, but you needn't look far to realise how funny Aisling Bea is.
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