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Oliver Twist


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Concluding this adaptation of Charles Dickens 's great novel. HueandCry. A huge reward is on Sikes's head - but he hides where he is least expected. Other parts played by Jonathan Wyatt. Terry Pearson and David Holt. Music by John Kirkpatnck and Kathryn Locke Dramatised and directed by Nigel Bryant


Unknown: Charles Dickens
Played By: Jonathan Wyatt.
Played By: Terry Pearson
Played By: David Holt.
Music By: John Kirkpatnck
Music By: Kathryn Locke
Directed By: Nigel Bryant
Site :: Tim McInnerny
Brownlow: Peter Jeffrey
Monks: Kim Wall
Artful Dodger: Richard Pearce
Charley: Paul Ryan
Fagin: John Grillo
Oliver: Edward Long
Grimwig: Brett Usher

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