The Town starring Andrew Scott - Review
A three part drama about dealing with loss in the most of horrendous of circumstances while being forced to face your past, The Town features a tour de force performance from Andrew Scott in the leading role, a constant in a slightly uneven mini-series.
Further details on The Town, starring Andrew Scott
Following the announcement of the series in mid-June, WhatsOnTV has expanded plot details for the upcoming ITV1 drama The Town, which stars Andrew Scott in the lead role:
The drama tells the story of Mark Nicholas - played by Andrew Scott, best known for his role as Jim Moriarty in Sherlock - who returns to the town of Renton where he grew up.
Mark’s drawn back to his old life but finds it hard to reconnect with his family, friends and first love Alice (Charlotte Riley), who’s now married with a child.
As the story unfolds, Mark must decide if he can build a new life in this strange place that he once called home.
Meanwhile, Martin Clunes plays the town’s local mayor, who stumbles from one PR disaster to another.
Kenton Allen, co-executive producer, said: “At the heart of The Town will be a family struggling to come to terms with change.
“The story takes place in a landscape familiar to most of the UK - most of the population live their lives in a place like Renton.”
The Town is currently filming in High Wycombe.