Ashes to Ashes will be performed by To Damascus Theatre company featuring Jenny Davies, a former member of Gwent Young People's Theatre who is now a professional actress.
What does A2A stand for?
A2A stands for Ashes to Ashes (TV series)
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Byline: Sam Dimmer FANS of cult TV sensation Ashes to Ashes came face to face with the car usually driven by popular character Gene Hunt at the weekend.
David Jason took the prize for Most Outstanding Drama Performance for playing a gruff detective in "A Touch of Frost, " Ashes to Ashes.
Byline: STEVE HENDRY Money BBC2, Today, 9pm Ashes To Ashes may have finished but Eighties fans shouldn't pack away their leg warmers yet.
Byline: Jon Wise THE mystery of Ashes to Ashes has been unravelled - and there's no denying it was dead good.
Byline: MARK JEFFERIES ASHES to Ashes was always going to have an explosive climax - and there are certainly fireworks between Gene Hunt and Alex Drake.
Now the world's most politically incorrect policeman is taking his bow in the third and last series of Ashes To Ashes on BBC One.
First Labour unveiled an Ashes to Ashes mocked up picture of Cameron on an Audi Quattro, with the slogan: "Don't let him take Britain back to the 1980s.