Beecham House

Release Date: 22 July 2019 | Certificate: Suitable for 12 years and over
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India 1795: John Beecham (Tom Bateman, Vanity Fair), a former soldier in the East India Company, is determined to start a new life as an independent trader. When he arrives to take up residence in Delhi the staff are shocked to discover that their secretive new master's infant son August is of mixed parentage. John is keen to reunite his family and for Beecham House to become home to his mother (Lesley Nicol, Downton Abbey) and bring his errant brother Daniel (Leo Suter, Victoria) back into the fold. Family friend Violet (Bessie Carter, Howards End) clearly hopes to become the next Mrs Beecham but John has met the charming and talented English governess Margaret (Dakota Blue-Richards, Endeavour) and there also appears to be a deep connection with another member of the household. With the country in turmoil and political tensions on a knife edge John must tread carefully if he is to secure his future and keep his family safe. But the mystery surrounding Beecham House is who and where is August's mother? Created and directed by Gurinder Chadha (Bend It Like Beckham, The Viceroy's House), this sumptuous drama will transport you to the India of a bygone age while its mysteries unravel.
Release Date: 22 July 2019
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over
Catalogue No: AV3542