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Twelfth Night (unabridged)

William Shakespeare

Twelfth Night

Read by Stella Gonet, Gerard Murphy, and full cast

unabridged

Twelfth Night, first performed around 1600, probably at the court of Queen Elizabeth I, is the tale of separated brother and sister twins – Sebastian and Viola – and their love entanglements. It also offers the rich comic colours of Sir Toby Belch, Malvolio and Sir Andrew Aguecheek. Twelfth Night is part of Naxos AudioBooks’ exciting new series of complete dramatisations of the works of Shakespeare, in conjunction with Cambridge University Press. It uses the New Cambridge Shakespeare text, as used by the Royal Shakespeare Company and educational institutions across the world.

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2 CDs | Running Time: 2h 15m | ISBN: 978-962-634-181-0 | Cat. no.: NA218112 | RRP: £10.99RRP:£10.99 GBPSRP: US $ 17.98RRP:£10.99 GBP

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CAST

Orsino – Jonathan Keeble
Curio/Second Officer – Daniel Philpott
Valentine – Nick Fletcher
Viola – Stella Gonet
Servant/Captain/Priest – Peter Yapp
Sir Toby Belch – Gerard Murphy
Maria – Jane Whittenshaw
Sir Andrew Aguecheek – Malcolm Sinclair
Feste – David Timson
Olivia – Lucy Whybrow
Malvolio – Christopher Godwin
Fabian – Brian Parr
Antonio – Adam Kotz
Sebastian – Benjamin Soames

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PODCAST

Speak the Speech...

Speak the Speech...
In a talk given at the 2008 Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival, David Timson, director of four Naxos AudioBooks Shakespeare recordings and author of Shakespeare Stories, surveys the changing styles of Shakespeare performance through recordings starting with Henry Irving in the 1890s through to Kenneth Branagh in the twenty-first century.

Speak the Speech... (MP3, 58 min., 20 MB)
Accompanying notes (PDF, 120 KB)

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