Fans of hit BBC cop drama Line of Duty will be able to join together on Sunday night to watch the much-anticipated final episode of series six in a Lanarkshire beer garden.
Angels Hotel in Uddingston, who are no strangers to bringing fans together for popular shows like ‘Games of Thrones’ and ‘Love Island’, were keen to show the season finale after receiving requests on Facebook and Twitter.
Although they won’t be able to host their usual party-style, themed event, they are keen to let people join together and watch intently as the dramatic season draws to a close.
Angels founder, Harry Hood – a former Celtic and Scotland player – was also himself a huge fan of the show.
Harry, of Bothwell, passed away after a brave battle with cancer at the age of 74 in May 2019.
Harry’s daughter, Siobhan Edwards, marketing director at Angels, told Lanarkshire Live: “My dad met Martin Compston a few times and he was a huge fan of the show.
“He would have loved to have been watching this and finding out, like everyone else, who is `H’.”
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“We will be showing the final in our Belsazar Garden Terrace and will show anything which generates a lot of interest for our customers.
“Love Island was crazy popular and we showed the whole show outside, provided hoodies and it became a real event.
“We also had a huge night around the Game of Thrones finale a couple of years ago.
“We will be able to crank all of this up a notch – when we are allowed to – with our new heated terrace with retractable awning and huge HD TV, making it the perfect space.”
Sunday’s Line of Duty series finale airs on BBC One at 9pm.