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Suffolk setting for new TV drama

PUBLISHED: 09:00 22 September 2010

Film crews set up equipment at the Ramsholt Arms ready to film an ITV Drama called Injustice written by Anthony Horowitz, starring Dervla Kirwin and James Purefoy

Film crews set up equipment at the Ramsholt Arms ready to film an ITV Drama called Injustice written by Anthony Horowitz, starring Dervla Kirwin and James Purefoy

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SUFFOLK’S picturesque and varied countryside has been chosen as the backdrop for a new television series.

A film crew was spotted on the bank of the river Deben yesterday at The Ramsholt Arms pub.

The five part drama, Injustice, is set in several locations across the county, including Woodbridge, Felixstowe and Southwold.

James Purefoy stars alongside Dervla Kirwan as a criminal barrister hiding from an event from his past.

The mini-series is due to be aired over five days early next year on ITV.

Writer Anthony Horowitz, who lives in Suffolk, told the EADT why he chose the county as the setting for Injustice. He said: “We’ll be filming in Suffolk for another two weeks.

“I know the area well and love living here. The Ramsholt Arms is probably one of the most beautiful pubs in Britain.”

Horowitz also penned the A12 inspired five-parter Collision, which premiered on ITV in November 2009 and is the creator and writer of the Alex Rider spy novels and Foyle’s War.

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