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December 4, 2021
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It's A Sin’s
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About this title


The series follows a group of gay men who move to London in 1981. They form a friendship group but the fast developing HIV/AIDS crisis in the United Kingdom impacts their lives. Over five episodes the group are shown living through an entire decade until 1991, as they become determined to live fiercely despite the threat HIV poses to them.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: Miniseries

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: January 22, 2021

Also Known As: Bo to grzech, It's a Sin |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), France (12) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

gay interest
isle of wight

Company Credits

Production Co: Red Production Company


Nathaniel Curtis
as Ash Mukherjee
Alain Terzoli
as Floor Manager
Verity Quade
as Gum Doctor 2
Scott Baker
as Middle Aged Man
Anthony K. Green
as Cocktail Dinner Guest
Owen Arwyn
as Dr. Williams
Natasha Williams
as Aunty Bee
Moya Brady
as Millie
Neil Ashton
as Grizzle
Jill Nalder
as Christine Baxter
Ashley McGuire
as Lorraine Fletcher
Houmi Miura
as Dr. Hirata
Kerry Newton
as Myra Arundel
Marc Cowpland
as Clinic Patient
Patrice Naiambana
as Uncle Basil
Victoria Hughes
as Theatre Goer
Harry Clayton-Wright
as Air Steward
Richard Cant
as Marcus
Matthew Earley
as Director
Felipe Bejarano
as Big Bob
Ella Dunlop
as Teenage Girl
Nathan Sussex
as Pete
Joan Hodges
as Neighbour
Ross Gurney-Randall
as Mr. Crane
Mark Barton Hill
as Dalek 3
Morrison Thomas
as Uncle Bill
Tracy Ann Oberman
as Carol Carter
Caroline Berry
as Dr Rhian Gleaves
T. Mark Owens
as New York Passerby
Jean-Pascal Heynemand
as Hospital Porter
Fraser Fraser
as Simon
Ruth Sheen
as Sandra
Lloyd Griffith
as Estate Agent
Barnaby Edwards
as Dalek 1
Chris Machari
as Gum Doctor 3
Sarah McCardie
as Irene Finch
Jonny Green
as Martin Pascoe
David Fleeshman
as Husband
Alexsandra Silva
as New York passer-by
Martyn Ellis
as CI Grove
Lydia West
as Jill Baxter
Olisa Odele
as Cassius Chukwu
Keeley Hawes
as Valerie Tozer
David Carlyle
as Gregory Finch
Evelyn Duah
as Charity Mboko
Richard Clifford
as John St Clement
Adele Lupton
as Protester
Ewan Henderson
as Joe
Steve Toussaint
as Alan Baxter
Ben Addington
as Ralph
Tracy-Ann Oberman
Patricia Winker
as Passerby/Theatre Goer
Delroy Brown
as Oscar Babatunde
Natasha Calland
as Linda
Graham Parrington
as Isle of Wight Man
Olly Alexander
as Ritchie Tozer
Dan Linney
as Ross McKenzie
Debra Baker
as Mrs. McKenzie
Desmond Barrit
as Timothy Mottram
Michael Mather
as Maxwell
Ken Christiansen
as Karl Benning
Chris Jenkins
as Welsh PC
Georgia Bruce
as Sal
Sue Jenkins
as Ma Lonsdale
Simon Hallman
as Some Guy
Nathaniel Hall
as Donald Bassett
Lynette Clarke
as Nurse
Omari Douglas
as Roscoe Babatunde
Shaun Dooley
as Clive Tozer
Delroy Atkinson
as Mr. Ibisu
Sarah Ball
as Ruth
Ethan Yandall
as Male Escort
Callum Scott Howells
as Colin Morris-Jones
Gerrard McArthur
as Dr. Clarke
Susan Brown
as Mrs. Bowen
Toto Bruin
as Lucy Tozer
Jake Neads
as Biff
Oluseun Adeyemi
as Dominant Blackman in Montage
Shaun Troke
as New York & London Passerby
Tigger Blaize
as Gum Doctor 1
Dean Bardini
as Taxi Driver
Neil Barnes
as Maitre D
Nicholas Blane
as Mr. Hart
Jacob Butler
as Benjamin
Grant Crookes
as Passerby/Photographer
Marva Alexander
as Mrs. Ngomo
Luke Higgins
as Teenage Lad
Michelle Greenidge
as Rosa Babatunde
Shaniqua Okwok
as Solly Babatunde
Gary Lewis
as Duncan Finch
Tina Louise Owens
as New York passer-by
April Kelley
as Audition PA
Calvin A. Dean
as Clifford
Seyan Sarvan
as Lizbeth Farooqi
Andria Doherty
as Eileen Morris-Jones
Mathew Bose
as Dr. Sullivan
Joanne Howarth
as Mrs. Ferris
Neil Patrick Harris
as Henry Coltrane
Tatsu Carvalho
as Juan Pablo Barros
Rhian Liu
as Female Student
Nigel Lister
as Lighting Director
Jay McMahon
as Tailors Fitter
Tobias Charles
as Davey
David Gregan-Jones
as Paul Jukes
Billy Cullum
as Hector
Nicholas Pegg
as Dalek 2
Joanne James
as Theatre Guest
Stephen Fry
as Arthur Garrison
Charles Armstrong
as Vicar

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2021 | 5 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

BAFTA Awards, Scotland 2021


BAFTA Awards, Scotland

Audience Award

BAFTA Awards, Wales 2021


BAFTA Awards, Wales

Best Actress


BAFTA Awards, Wales

Best Actor

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