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The Friday Play: The Cave of Harmony

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A play with music by Neil Brand and Michael Eaton. Christmas 1863. Thackeray receives a strange visitor who takes him on a longjourney back in time - to the raucous song and supper evenings at the Cave of Harmony, presided over by the inimitable and irrepressible Charles Dickens.
Piano Neil Brand Director Jeremy Mortimer
Win a Dickens of a night out: page 32

Contributors

Music By: Neil Brand
Music By: Michael Eaton.
Unknown: Charles Dickens.
Director: Jeremy Mortimer
Thackeray: Roger Allam
Master of ceremonies: Nlckolas Grace
Dickens: Stephen Boxer
Isabella: Alison Pettitt
Newcombe: David Timson
Costigan: Nell Brand
Glee 2: Peter Kenny
Glee 3: Robert Harper

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The Friday Play: The Cave of Harmony

BBC Radio 4 FM, 22 December 2000 21.00






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