A brand new comedy drama series, Edge of Heaven charts life at Margate’s finest (and indeed only) 1980s inspired B&B and follows the organised chaos of the Taylor-Chatterjee family.
Wham! loving Judy runs the Edge Of Heaven guesthouse which is also home to her black pudding breakfast enthusiast husband Tandeep and her two grown up kids – loser in love Alfie and his de-mobbed soldier sister, Ann-Marie.
Edge of Heaven stars Blake Harrison (The Inbetweeners) as Alfie, a man with his life and future in Margate all planned out ahead of him, until his fiancée Carly (Justine Michelle Cain – WPC56, Some Girls) leaves him at the altar.
Camille Coduri (Him and Her, Doctor Who) plays Alfie’s Mum Judy, the feisty landlady of the Edge of Heaven B&B and Nitin Kundra (Steel River Blues, Celebrity Juice) is Alfie’s amiable step dad who is also head cook at the B&B. Laura Checkley (Checkley and Bush) plays his ex Army sister Ann-Marie. Louisa Lytton (EastEnders, The Bill) plays Michelle, Carly’s best mate who’s always had a soft spot for Alfie.