"Mark finds many things have changed yet some are still the same," Jane said. "Ten Quid is about a reverse culture shock and expecting everything to be the way it was, as if time stands still, while forgetting the same passage of time has taken place in both locations.
"John writes wonderful dialogue but sometimes the challenge is to make the show visually interesting as well. But with a great cast, I am sure we will achieve this."
"I have directed a couple of John Grimshaw's shows before," she said. "I loved this script and the fact the story is special to John. The story should resonate with anyone who finds the memories of somewhere or someone not quite matching the reality."
"Mark is torn between his brother leaving and wanting to run away with him but also being with his family. The main challenge is the Manchester accent, given my Kiwi accent is so strong."
"Pete's in his 20s and has a real passion for fashion and music, particularly old-school '70s music. One of the challenges is that Pete is somewhat self-centred when it comes to having a conversation.
"It has to somehow revolve around what he's wearing or where he would like to visit. I'm more of a sit-back-and-listen-to-others kind of person so it will be interesting to see what transpires from that."