Demand Insights > Last 7 days

Demand Rank

January 18, 2022
Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
Powered by


Market Travelability
Global Travelability indicates how well a title performs internationally relative to its home market
Small Axe’s
home country is:
United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Powered by

Demand Score

Below Avg
Average Demand for Small Axe is 0.0 times the demand for the average show in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Below Avg
Peak Demand
Average Demand
Powered by


Small Axe has a neutral trend. It has grown in demand by 0x in Worldwide in the Last 7 days.
Powered by

In Genre Performance

Title position in
Small Axe ranks at the 0.00th percentile in the genre. This means Small Axe has higher demand than all other titles in Worldwide
Powered by

About this title


Small Axe is based on the real-life experiences of London's West Indian community and is set between 1969 and 1982.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: November 15, 2020

Also Known As: 小斧子(選集), 小斧頭 |  See more »

Parents Guide: Netherlands (12), Spain (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords


Company Credits

Production Co: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), BBC Film |  See more »


Shem Hamilton
as Benson
Alex Jennings
as Judge Edward Clarke
Stewart Wright
as Mr. Baines
Kane L. Pearson
as Rupert Boyce
Shanelle Young
as Gloria Isaacs
Stephen Boxer
as Chief Inspector
Daniel Francis
as Esmond Smith
Bharat Mistri
as Factory Worker
Jumayn Hunter
as Godfrey Millett
Colin Thompson
as School Caretaker
Khali Best
as Breadstick
Rachel Sophia-Anthony
as Family Member to Darcus Howe
Richard T. Harris
as Court Security
Tahj Miles
as Kendrick Manning
Mark Stanley
as Ed Harrigan
Nathan Vidal
as Leroy (14 Yrs)
Ashley McGuire
as Cook
Nathan Moses
as Ashley
Assad Zaman
as Asif
Lorna Gayle
as Linda
Tyrone Huntley
as Leee
Neal Barry
as Desk Sergeant
Ryan Masher
as Joseph
Robert Jarvis
as Police
Karl Farrer
as Journalist
Tut Nyuot
as Abraham
Kadeem Ramsay
as Samson
Doreen Ingleton
as Mrs Tetley
Joshua Viner
as Mr. Abott
Micheal Ward
as Franklyn
Cole Martin
as School pupil
Tamara Lawrance
as Stephanie Smith
Samuel Oatley
as PC Cooper
Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn
as Martha
Arun Kapur
as Factory Worker
Trevor Laird
as Augustin Wood
Samuel West
as Mr Hill
Nathaniel Martello-White
as Rhodan Gordon
Sam Fourness
as Mr. Kimble
Lati Gbaja
as Shopper Passerby
Antonia Thomas
as Gretl
Sam Spruell
as PC Pulley
Jack Bence
as Taylor
Saffron Coomber
as Grace
Telvin Parr
as Titch
Jonathan Jules
as Dennis Isaacs
Tyrone Huggins
as Granville
Kedar Williams-Stirling
as Clifton
Kemal Sylvester
as Bus Driver
Jay Simpson
as Duty Officer
Aiyana Goodfellow
as Nina
Cecilia Noble
as Mrs Isaacs
John Boyega
as Leroy Logan
Eddie-Joe Robinson
as PC Millar
Tabitha Byron
as Sheila
Seroca Davis
as Hyacinth
Romario Simpson
as Lizard
Ross Cahill
as Perry
Jim Sturgeon
as Class Instructor
Derek Griffiths
as CLR James
Naomi Ackie
as Hazel
Lennox Tuitt
as Lincoln
Rudy Valentino Grant
as Neighbour
Joshua Hill
as PC May
Conor Lowson
as David
Tom Mahy
as PC Trent
Frankie Fox
as Eddie Marks
Daniel Francis-Swaby
as Bammy
Jon Prophet
as James
Alexander James-Blake
as Parker B
Steve Toussaint
as Kenneth Logan
Temirlan Blaev
as Pupil
John Hodgkinson
as Police Interviewer
Ciarán Owens
as Senior Officer
Nick Owenford
as Fish & Chip Van Owner
Christian King
as Court Witness
Stefan Kalipha
as Card Player
Kenyah Sandy
as Kingsley Smith
Asad-Shareef Muhammad
as Young Alex
Nicholas Burns
as Mr Purling
Tyrone Jeffers
as Record Shop Customer
Luke Willis
as Police Recruit
Zakiyyah Deen
as Rita
Tony Dawson
as School Teacher
Corey Peterson
as Philford
Dexter Flanders
as Floyd
Riley Burgin
as Terry
Robbie Gee
as Simeon
Llewella Gideon
as Aunt Betty
Ellis George
as Cynthia
Francis Lovehall
as Reggie
Jo Martin
as Mrs. Bartholomew
Adrian Rawlins
as Headmaster
Josette Simon
as Lydia
Nadine Marshall
as Jesse
Gershwyn Eustache Jnr
as Eddie Lecointe
Lex Lamprey
as Undercover Policeman
James Hillier
as Chief Inspector
Shaun Parkes
as Frank Crichlow
Joseph Quinn
as PC Dixon
Rochenda Sandall
as Barbara Beese
Darren Braithwaite
as Anthony Carlisle Inniss
Jas Rivers
as Journalist
Ben Caplan
as Mr Stedman
Jodhi May
as Selma James
Jaden Oshenye
as Leee (14 Yrs)
Letitia Wright
as Altheia Jones
Gary Beadle
as Dol Isaacs
Fumilayo Brown-Olateju
as Dawn
Doug Berry
as Verbal Policeman
Brian Rodger
as Shoe Stall Market Trader
Jermaine Freeman
as Skinner
Tayo Jarrett
as Linton
Dennis Bovell
as Milton
Stuart Cooke
as Police Officer
Calum Callaghan
as Beck
Sharlene Whyte
as Agnes Smith
Ralph Davis
as Senior Teacher
Richie Campbell
as Rothwell Kentish
Jairaj Varsani
as Sajid
Joe Tucker
as Court Officer
Xavien Russell
as Friend at Lincoln's
Louis j Rhone
as Rankin's Dread
Sheyi Cole
as Alex Wheatle
Akbar Kurtha
as Dr Chadee
Richard Cordery
as Mr Croft
Liam Garrigan
as Greg Huggan
Malachi Kirby
as Darcus Howe
Elliot Edusah
as Valin
Michelle Greenidge
as Mrs Manning
Shaniqua Okwok
as Patty
Jack Lowden
as Ian Macdonald
Steven O'Neill
as Magistrate
Adnan Kundi
as Pakistani Factory Workers Representative
Marcus Fraser
as Jabba
Ty Hurley
as Police Officer
Brooke Haynes
as Samantha
Johann Myers
as Cutlass Rankin
Atul Sharma
as Resturant Owner Mr Singh
Steve Nicolson
as Drill Instructor
Jade Anouka
as Mrs. Morrison
Nigel Boyle
as Mr. Hamley
Roshawn Hewitt
as Baz
Joy Richardson
as Mrs Logan
Thomas Coombes
as PC Royce
Kate Dickie
as Miss Gill
Neil Maskell
as Inspector Willis
Terence Egnie
as Prisoner
Leah Walker
as Beverley
Kayla Meikle
as Mrs. Howard
Christopher Carrico
as Driver/Social Worker

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 5 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Boston Online Film Critics Association 2020


Boston Online Film Critics Association

Best Film

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2020


Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Cinematography

See full list »

Insights powered by