Age Before Beauty Soundtrack

Age Before Beauty Soundtrack

Age Before Beauty, BBC One’s new drama will begin on Tuesday 31 July, 9pm to 10pm – exploring “youth, age, instant gratification and long-term relationships set within the beauty industry.” Michael Price is the composer of the Age Before Beauty soundtrack.

Written by Debbie Horsfield

Age Before Beauty centres around an eclectic crew of characters who manage a family-owned beauty salon. This series allows us to view how they juggle life, love and adverse rivalries, all while striving to avoid the downfall of their salon. Watch out, because this peculiar family brings new meaning to the phrase family feud.

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Starring Robson Green, Sue Johnston, Polly Walker, James Murray, Lisa Riley, Kelly Harrison, Vicky Myers, Madeleine Mantock.


Age Before Beauty Trailer


Age Before Beauty soundtrack composed and conducted by Michael Price. Soundtrack recorded at Abbey Road Studios.

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Age Before Beauty End Credits Song

Fiona Bevan‘s new song ‘Slo Mo Tiger Glo (Acoustic)‘ is featured as the end theme music on Age Before Beauty.

“This song is about waking up next to someone beautiful and realising how precious and extraordinary and fleeting those moments are…” – Fiona Bevan


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Bel Finch (Polly Walker) and her husband Wesley (James Murray) take their children to university – and find they are suffering from empty nest syndrome.

Their best friend, Teddy Roxton (Robson Green), who they’ve known since they were teenagers, and with whom they’ve shared a lot of history, is married to Bel’s sister, Leanne (Kelly Harrison). Now that Bel has a lot of time on her hands, Teddy persuades her to come back to the salon to rescue it from her family, who are running it into the ground.

Leanne is less than impressed that Bel is back at the salon – especially since Mum Ivy-Rae (Sue Johnston) and sisters Tina (Lisa Riley) and Heidi (Vicky Myers) are waxing lyrical on how Bel is back where she belongs.

Whilst Bel is busy giving the salon a makeover, Wes is doing up a kitchen for a personal trailer Lorelei (Madeleine Mantock). They make a deal: she gives him discounted training sessions and he gives her a discount on her new kitchen.

Bel films one of Disney’s beauty pageants to help showcase the salon’s services and then arranges a salon opening to help attract new customers. This infuriates Leanne and fuels their sibling rivalry.


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