Published: 22nd November 2020
Julie Graham is an actress and writer, known for Shetland, Survivors, Benidorm and The Bletchley Circle. Doctor Who fans will recognise her as Ravio in the episode Ascension of the Cybermen. We grabbed a few minutes to ask her about her Best Days Out.
I am currently writing a TV series called Dun Breedin – about the ups and downs of being a 21st Century menopausal woman.
KidRated says” Dun Breedin is a 9 part 10 minute per episode drama with funny bits. Set in Brighton it explores the experiences of a group of women who have formed and and forged relationships through marriages, births, deaths, depression, loss, domestic violence and wine, Lots of wine.I t is a hot, sweaty, flushy and brutally honest show about the taboo subject that is the menopause.
Click on the video below to watch. Not for kids!
An Italian restaurant called Pinocchio’s in Brighton. Super family friendly! We’ve had most family birthday’s/celebrations there since our kids were tiny. Delicious food. Classic!
Brighton! It really does have everything for a lovely family day out. The beach, the Pier, a great outdoor pool and play park, ice-cream and the best fish and chips!
I also love The Jurassic Coast and the New Forest for camping and wild swimming.
The South Bank in London – tons to do!
And….Cornwall – for the beaches!
London libraries have beautiful reading rooms if you want to get away from the hurly burly (and great toilets)
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