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Sunday Play: A Collection of Eccentricities


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By Linda Smith , Fiona Shaw , Tom Kelly , Katie Hims , Lavinia Murray , Parv Bancil , Kathryn Hunter and John Mortimer. An evening in celebration of Hogarth's A Rake's Progress, recorded at Wilton's Music Hall in London's East End on 30 November. Using the Hogarth paintings as inspiration, this extraordinary collection of writing talents present eight contemporary, funny, poignant and downright strange slices of eccentricity. With music from acclaimed musician/composer Harvey Brough. Director Kate Rowland


Unknown: Linda Smith
Unknown: Fiona Shaw
Unknown: Tom Kelly
Unknown: Katie Hims
Unknown: Lavinia Murray
Unknown: Parv Bancil
Unknown: Kathryn Hunter
Unknown: John Mortimer.
Unknown: Harvey Brough.
Director: Kate Rowland

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Sunday Play: A Collection of Eccentricities

BBC Radio 3, 23 December 2001 18.30

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