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The Monday Play: Distant Music

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by Christopher Fitz-Simon , based on the short story The Dead by James Joyce , with Dermot Crowley as Gabriel and Catherine Byrne as Gretta. Dublin 1903: Gabriel and Gretta travel to the Yuletide party.
With Marcella Riordan , Annabel Mullion and David Antrobus. Party piano played by Mary Nash and songs sung by Mark Redway , David Antrobus and Marcella Riordan Director Peter Kavanagh

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Fitz-Simon
Unknown: James Joyce
Unknown: Dermot Crowley
Unknown: Catherine Byrne
Unknown: Marcella Riordan
Unknown: Annabel Mullion
Unknown: David Antrobus.
Played By: Mary Nash
Sung By: Mark Redway
Sung By: David Antrobus
Sung By: Marcella Riordan
Director: Peter Kavanagh
Aunt Kate: Kate Binchy
Aunt Julia: Maggie Whiting
Mary Jane: Use-Ann McLaughlin
Lily: Hilary Reynolds
Mr Browne: Nigel Anthony
Freddy Malins: Mark Lambert
Mrs Malins: Pauline Delaney
Mr Bartell D'Arcy: Ian Masters

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The Monday Play: Distant Music

BBC Radio 4 FM, 26 December 1994 19.45






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