Domino Day: New supernatural BBC drama set and filmed in Manchester coming to our screens next year
A range of new images have been released of the show.
and live on Freeview channel 276
A brand new, original drama about witches and the supernatural has been filmed and is set in Manchester. Domino Day is a six-part BBC production which will be released in ealy 2024.
The show takes a fresh new look at witches, so there’ll be no broomsticks or pointy hats.
A young witch with extraordinary powers, Domino (played by BAFTA nominated Siena Kelly) is desperately seeking a community who can help her understand who she is.
Fortunately, she doesn’t need to look far, as a coven of witches is already tracking her every move, convinced they have to stop her before her powers destroy everyone and everything around her.
A range of new images have been released by the BBC of the show. Siena Kelly can be seen as Domino in the new pictures, alongside fellow cast members Babirye Bukilwa as Sammie, Poppy Lee Friar as Geri, Alisha Bailey as Kat, Molly Harris as Jules, Sam Howard Sneyd as Silas, Percelle Ascott as Leon. The series also stars Lucy Cohu, Christopher Jeffers and Jonah Rzeskiewicz.
Domino Day creator Lauren Sequeira said: “I cannot wait for the world to meet this amazing cast, led by the sensational Siena Kelly. Don’t expect broomsticks, pointy hats and wands — these are witches like you’ve never seen before; cool, provocative, and full of grit. They are all simply spellbinding on screen, and Siena is the perfect Domino Day.”
Domino Day is the latest in a long line of TV shows and films to be produced with Manchester as the backdrop. You’ll also be able to watch the show on BBC iPlayer when it’s released next year.