Filming is about to commence in London on Rules of Love (previously known as 'A League of Our Own'), a feature-length teenage musical 'Rom-com' for BBC2.
The film follows the story of two teenagers from very different backgrounds who share the same hopes and dreams as they hit 18 and try to work out what life and love is all about.
Written by Sarah Counsell and Simon James Green, it includes eight original R&B pop tracks.
He's just a kid from the wrong side of town with no money and some big dreams. She's a boarding school girl with the world at her feet and a head full of ambition. When their worlds collide at swanky ad agency Passion, the fireworks are inevitable.
As the battle to successfully pitch for a big fashion contract heats up, Matt and Daisy are thrown together to work on the project, much to the annoyance of Daisy's boyfriend and co-worker Tarrant.
Daisy wonders if she can trust Matt when she discovers all her hard work has been sabotaged and the evidence suggests he's nothing but bad news. And what chance does Matt have with someone like Daisy when he's struggling just to keep him and his little sister together after their parents abandoned them, let alone trying to impress a girl and win his agency a new client?
Daisy Head (sister of Inbetweeners star Emily and daughter of actor Anthony Head) stars as Daisy. Daisy (represented by Gordon and French) recently filmed the Danny Dyer movie The Last Seven.
Sydney Rae White (represented by United Agents) as Jess. Sydney, who attended Sylvia Young Theatre School, is a talented singer and musician who recently toured in the stage show of Quadrophenia.
Madeline Duggan (represented by Debi Allen Associates) as Emily, in her first role since leaving Eastenders where she played Lauren Branning.
Jake Roche (now represented by ARG), another talented singer who was recently seen in Emmerdale playing Hannah Barton's love interest Isaac Nuttall, stars as Matt.
And The Sarah Jane Adventures star Daniel Anthony (represented by A&J Management) as Jack.
Ryan Hawley (represented by CAM), a Central drama school graduate, plays Daisy's boyfriend Tarrant.
The feature length musical rom-com is due to transmit on BBC2 on the 18th December.