Tea Time

By G&J Productions

Tea Time

Tea Time is a glimpse into the lives of three northern women, on what should be an ordinary day, with the action taking place over a zoom call.

The conversation between mother Joan and daughter April centres around a serious work place incident that daughter April is currently embroiled in.

Mother Joan is preoccupied with making something for Dad’s tea, which has been a nightly ritual for many many years, however still requires great thought in preparation.

Sharon the heart of gold neighbour, knows everyone and everyone knows her. Sharon has an ongoing feud which has turned into something of a crusade against neighbour, Gordon.

All three are relaying the serious and up to the minute experiences with their own situations.

  • Director - James Edgington
  • Writer and creator - Graham Edgington
  • Editing - Frankie Rogers
  • Associate producers - Keddie Scott Associates


Anne Baron

Anne Baron

Anne’s considerable acting experience has been gained mainly on stage (including Old Ground, The Importance of Being Ernest, The Dead, Live and James and The Giant Peach). More recently Anne has featured in a Short Film (Lookout), Audio Play (Some Dance To Remember) and on Television (Emmerdale).

Anne was delighted to be a part of Tea Time!

Charlotte Dalton

April - Charlotte Dalton

Charlotte is a North West based actress and singer. She trained at the Guildford School of Acting and, since graduating, has performed all over the UK and Internationally - working in Theatre, Musical Theatre and Television. Charlotte has worked for companies including Bill Kenwright, Royal Court (Liverpool), ITV, Fred Olsen, Cuffe & Taylor for whom she performed as a featured vocalist/dancer in 'West End Proms’ and as a backing vocalists for multi award winning Sheridan Smith. She was due to play ‘The Baroness’ in Cinderella at the Joe Longthorn Theatre, Blackpool during Christmas - this was unfortunately postponed.

Samantha Power

Sharon - Samantha Power

Samantha trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

TV Credits include: Whitstable Pearl, Ackley Bridge, Cold Call, Ordinary Lies, Coronation Street, Little Britain, Come Fly With Me, Shameless, The Cup, Wolfblood, Doctors, The 4 O’Clock Club, Holby City, Prisoner’s Wives, The Mimic, In With The Flynn’s, Starlings, Waterloo Road, Moving On, New Street Law, The Royal, Heartbeat, City Central, The Cops, Peak Practice, A Prince Among Men, Mash and Peas.

Theatre Credits Include: Wuthering Heights, Zack - Royal Exchange Theatre. Chicken Soup - Sheffield Crucible. Beryl, Accrington Pals, Coming Around Again, Me, as a Penguin - Leeds Playhouse. Flint Street Nativity, Liverpool Playhouse. Little Malcolm and his Struggle Against the Eunuchs - Bolton Octagon. It’s a fine Bright Day Today - Oldham Coliseum. Little Britain Live, Hammersmith Apollo, UK and Australian Tour.

Film includes: The Lowdown. Mischief Night.

Radio Includes: Little Britain, Little Brexit, Charlotte Bronte in Babylon, Porcelain; The Murder Trial of Sophie Lancaster, The Odd Job.

Creative Direction

James Edgington

Director - James Edgington

Graham Edgington
Writer and creator

Writer and creator - Graham Edgington