In cinema’s now Greatest Day is the feel-good movie of the summer: really was not expecting to love is so much with some great all round performances which include songs from Take That, a story of love and friendship it is adapted from the smash hit stage show by the writer of Calendar Girls. Empowering ode to female friendship!!
Director by Coky Giedroyc, cast includes Aisling Bea (This Way Up), Alice Lowe (Black Mirror), Jayde Adams (The Outlaws), Amaka Okafor (The Responder) and Marc Wootton (Nativity!). Lara McDonnell (Belfast), Jessie Mae Alonzo (Little Joe), Nandi Hudson (Army of Thieves), Carragon Guest and Eliza Dobson also star in the film, as well as Aaron Bryan (The Little Mermaid), Joshua Jung (Emma Bunton – Tour), Dalvin Cory (Wicked), Mark Samaras (Swan Lake), Mervin Noronha (What’s Love Got to Do with It?).
A real feel good movie. The film follows five best friends who have the night of their lives seeing favourite boy band in concert.
Fast forward 25 years and their lives have changed in so many different ways and they reunite for one more big show to see their beloved band, to reignite their friendship and discover that maybe just maybe their greatest days are ahead of them.
Bringing a little bit of girl power to the cinema Greatest Days is in UK cinemas now.
Interviewed by Joy Coker editor @alt-africa.com