Things could only stay rosie in the garden of mature love for so long... Celia and Alan discover that they have wildly opposing political views, and whilst Alan dislikes organized religion, he agrees to get married in church if it's what Celia wants. However, the vicar has other ideas when she learns that neither of them has attended church since 1977. Unperturbed, they decide to have a civil ceremony at Southowram Hall, an ancient creepy Medieval Hall above Halifax. A storm just happens to be brewing as they visit the hall, and as Alan tells Celia about a ghost in one of the bedrooms, the lights go out, and they find themselves locked in the ancient building...
Last Tango in Halifax. BBC1: 9.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 20:58 | Tuesday 4th December 2012 | TV Highlights
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