it's a sin
The Channel 4 show's creator said there was “always meant” to be another episode set in the present day.
It's A Sin opened up the conversations about equality this LGBTQ+ History Month.
Many contemporaries have struggled to watch It’s A Sin, the grief still too raw. But I can’t help watch the show and see how closely it mirrors my own life.
Clones dominated the 1980s LGBTQ+ landscape – so where are they in the show?
Production designers Luana Hanson Interiors built around 165 sets for Russell T Davies’ hit Channel 4 drama.
Actor Callum Scott Howells tried his chances at the Take That-inspired talent search long before joining the Pink Palace.
TV show ‘It’s A Sin’, written by Russell T Davies, is proving incredibly successful with audiences, so much so it's already one of Channel 4’s most popular youth dramas. But whilst it’s a joyful romp through the music and the fashions of the Eighties, it’s also a retelling of LGBTQ history and an incredibly moving ode to the people lost in the early days of the AIDS pandemic.
From EastEnders' Simon Wicks to Michael Barrymore's Strike It Lucky.
Young people will carry the show's messages to future generations – here's what they learned.
‘It Would Be Friends Of Friends, Then Your Friend’: The It’s A Sin Era, Remembered By Those Who Survived It
“It started with whispers, rumours... almost gossip. It was terrifying, even at the beginning."