WHO’S IN IT?
Jack Whitehall (Fresh Meat), Sarah Solemani (Mrs Henderson Presents), Mathew Horne (Gavin and Stacey), Harry Enfield (Kevin & Perry Go Large), Iain Glen (Game of Thrones), Jeremy Irvine (War Horse), Talulah Riley (St. Trinian’s), Joanna Scanlan (The Invisible Woman), Clarke Peters (The Wire), Ethan Lawrence (Trying Again), Layton Williams (Beautiful People), Nikki Runeckles (Bad Education), Kae Alexander (The Healer), Weruche Opia (When Love Happens), Jack Binstead (Life’s Too Short), Charlie Wernham (Hollyoaks)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Elliot Hegarty (County Kilburn), director; Freddy Syborn (Cockroaches) and Jack Whitehall (Bad Education), writers; Pippa Brown (Psychobitches) and Ben Cavey (Benidorm), producers; Vince Pope (Misfits), composer; Pete Rowe (Delicious), cinematographer; Peter Oliver (The Mill), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Alfie Wickers (Whitehall) may be the worst teacher to ever be a part of the British education system, but there’s nothing he cares more for than his pupils. When his class finishes their GCSE exams, Alfie is keen to spend one last hurrah with them before they go on to better things – and better teachers – and organises a school trip to Cornwall which proves to be the setting for some of their most outrageous hijinks to date…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The hit BBC Three sitcom makes its way to the big screen along with its returning cast, including leading man Jack Whitehall, and some of the show’s trademark humour that should translate well into cinemas.