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Drama on 3: Blood Wedding


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By Federico Garcia Lorca, adapted by Ted Hughes.
An evocative meditation on fate, war, tradition, passion and repression, inspired by the true story of a fatal feud between two families in the Almeria province, high in the mountains of rural Spain.
See also Words and Music at 10.15pm Spoken word choices: page 139


Writer: Federico Garcia Lorca
Adapter: Ted Hughes
Composer: Matthew Wood
Director: Pauline Harris
Mother of bridegroom: Barbara Flynn
Bridegroom/Woodcutter: Carl Prekopp
Bride: Sarah Smart
Leonardo: William Ash
Leonardo's wife: Andrea Riseborough
Father of the bride: David Fleeshman
Beggar woman/Neighbour: Mary Cunningham
Servant/Mother-in-law: Ellie Haddington
Moon: Claire Benedict
Girls: Liz Carter
Woodcutter: Sam Curtis
Woodcutter: Chris Hannon
Little girl: Daisy Jones

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Drama on 3: Blood Wedding

BBC Radio 3, 25 November 2007 20.00

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