"Come Together" was the first romantic comedy told in two voices. Now, in "Come Again," Josie Lloyd and Emlyn Rees put friendship under the spotlight as four very different characters are thrust together for the wedding of their mutual friends.
Friends. You can't live with them - you can't live without them.
Or so MATT is discovering. His best friend is getting married, leaving him high and dry. No flat-mate - and no girlfriend. Then he remembers HELEN (H to her friends). H has no life outside her brilliant career - and all her best friend, Amy wants to talk about is her wedding. Which suits STRINGER, because catering the wedding is his first real chance to prove himself. The last thing he needs is to fall for one of the bride's friends, SUSIE, particularly because she's sworn off men while she sorts out her life--
Friendship, commitment, work, lust and loyalty all come under the spotlight as Matt, H, Stringer and Susie relate - in their own voices - events in the run-up to the big day.
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