Ivor is evicted from his mansion and has to turn to the only friend he has left, Sarah-Jane. When her parents kick him out he is forced to roam the streets. Damo desperately searches for Ivor. When they meet each other under unlikely circumstances Ivor decides to go with Damo and meet Grano.
About Damo & Ivor
Damo & Ivor is a comedy about the lives of two identical twin brothers separated not long after birth. When their troubled mother, unable to look after both of them, sells one of her children to a couple from the more affluent side of the city what results is a hilarious collision of class and culture which also looks at how each side perceives the other.
Their stories begin 22 years after their fateful separation. Damo, forced to move back home to Grano, after the squat he’s living in is demolished with him in it, discovers that Grano’s health has taken a turn for the worse.
Ivor’s life is also about to hit the skids. When an unfortunate incident involving a doctored pregnancy picture turns him onto the truth about his past (he had no idea he was adopted), Ivor decides to punish his parents. During a drunken rage he hands a pile of paperwork into the police that sheds light on his father’s illicit business dealings. When his adoptive parents discover this, they quickly go on the run, leaving their ungrateful son behind to fend for himself. How will he ever learn to cope in the real world?
The cast who played the main roles in the online and Republic of Telly versions of Damo & Ivor are back, with some big names added.
Andy Quirke plays the main roles of Damo & Ivor, comedian Tom O’Mahony plays Ivor’s posh twit best mate, Tarquin, and Lewis Magee is Spuddy, Damo’s dim-witted sidekick.
UK comedian Rik Mayall plays Ivor’s father and Norma Sheehan plays Ivor’s mother. Well-known character actress Ruth McCabe plays Damo’s grandmother and Mario Rosenstock has a role as a cheesy TV presenter. Ivor’s ditsy love interest Sarah-Jane is played by newcomer Hannah Crowley, his nemesis Oisin is played by David Crowley and Eimear Morrissey plays the larger than life single mum Tracey Rooney.