Royal Holloway stars in new TV drama :
Royal Holloway, University of London is to feature prominently in the new eight-part ITV2 drama ‘Trinity’, with the beautiful Founder’s Building providing the exterior – and some of the interior – shots of the fictional Bridgeford University, Trinity College. The first episode of ‘Trinity’ will be broadcast online this Sunday (13 September 2009) at 10pm, a week before it starts on ITV2.
For a first glimpse of Royal Holloway in the programme, view the trailer at: http://www.itv.com/drama/contemporary/trinity/default.html
‘Trinity’ boasts a line-up of some of the biggest names on TV, including Charles Dance, Claire Skinner and Christian Cooke. A decadent tale of murder and intrigue at a fictional gothic university, ‘Trinity’ follows character Charlotte Arc, played by ‘St Trinian’ star Antonia Bernath, who enrols at the College to find out the truth about her professor father, who was found dead in suspicious circumstances.
For over 900 years, Trinity has been an elite playground solely for the über rich and powerful. As Charlotte and her fellow students settle in, they begin to realise that all is not what it seems at Trinity. Beneath the glossy, glamorous veneer of wealth and privilege lurks a much darker world, one governed by strict codes of conduct, and secret societies.
“Going to college has never looked so good…Or been so dangerous…” reads its tagline, and it seems the drama will have no problem enticing viewers.