Beneath Our Feet


Episode 1: Tommy

Episode 1:

Tommy secretly follows her mum, Jessi, to a party down in the caves beneath the estate.

Beneath Our Feet is a RESOUND production, funded by Arts Council England.

This episode was directed by Tash Hyman and Fay Lomas, and written by Sam Grabiner. The series was developed through a collective writing process between Zia Ahmed, Subika Anwar-Khan, Sam Grabiner, Ellie Kendrick, Tiwa Lade and Amelia Stubberfield - with Janina Matthewson as lead dramaturg and Ella Watts as consultant producer.

With sound design by Alice Boyd and music by Oliver Vibrans. 

Starring (in order of appearance) Nkhanise Phiri as Tommy, Diveen Henry as Jessi, Jetsun Lama as Finn, Francesca Amewudah-Rivers as Rosa, Bhavini Sheth as Haroona, Ragevan Vasan as Jamal, with Additional voices from Abby Russell

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