Pramface: It’s all about location location location
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Source – scotsman.com
An interesting article giving Dylan Edward’s description of what it was like to film Pramface on location in Edinburgh.
Bare bottoms, a giant turkey costume and farmers market – three things that spring to mind when Pramface star Dylan Edwards is asked about his time filming the new BBC Three series in the Capital.
Hailed as the successor to The Inbetweeners, the comedy drama is shot entirely in Edinburgh, despite giving the impression that it’s not.
The show is set in a non-specific, south of England suburb, but it was all filmed in Edinburgh, confirms Dylan, who plays Mike Fenton in the series, which airs on Thursdays at 9.30pm.
Pramface charts the lives of 16-year-olds Jamie and Mike, and 18-year-old Laura. After attending a party, Jamie wakes up the next morning in the same bed as Laura. A few weeks later, as she is about to head to university in Edinburgh, Laura discovers she is pregnant, by a 16-year-old.
Dylan continues: Usually, we filmed in quite generic-looking houses and locations, however, in Thursday’s episode, me and Jamie travel up to Scotland, which was great because we could go to town and show off all the best parts of the city.
Link to original article here.