ELLING

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Elling and his roommate, the uncouth, reluctant virgin Kjell Bjarne, are the Odd Couple of Oslo: a pair of confused souls taking their first steps in the outside world after years of isolated, institutional life. Given a flat in the city by social services, they must re-assimilate themselves into society or face a return to the asylum.

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John Simm

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Adrian Bower

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Ingrid Lacey

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Keir Charles

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Jonathan Ceci

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Can’t wait to see this. https://t.co/4CEob9F93v
Sepy Baghaei
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13 Nov
THIS IS GOING TO BE SO LIVE!!! COME THROUGH AND SUPPORT THE TING! Bijan is a G. https://t.co/rquHz3FOTu
Lynette Linton
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13 Nov
It’s our first preview tonight - thank you to everyone who helped us get this show up, but especially thank you to… https://t.co/2BMg3tSOI6
Broccoli
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12 Nov
Couldn’t be prouder of @emstott1 this evening in ‘I wanna be yours’ @painesplough. My best friend is better than yo… https://t.co/dPNGYa2rvy
Sam Glen
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11 Nov

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