Heathcote Williams

Heathcote Williams

Heathcote Williams, poet, playwright and actor, has made a significant contribution to many fields. He is best known for his extended poems on environmental subjects: Whale Nation, Falling for a Dolphin,Sacred Elephant and Autogeddon. His plays have also won acclaim, notably AC/DC produced at London’s Royal Court, and Hancock’s Last Half Hour. As an actor he has been equally versatile – taking memorable roles in Orlando, Wish You Were Here, and Derek Jarman’s The Tempest, in which he played Prospero.

Titles read by Heathcote Williams
The Divine Comedy (unabridged)
Dracula (abridged)
Frankenstein, Dracula (abridged)
The Inferno (unabridged)
The Life of Mozart (unabridged)
The Middle Way (unabridged)
The New Testament (selections)
Oedipus (unabridged)
Paradise (unabridged)
Purgatory (unabridged)
Romeo and Juliet (unabridged)
Sacred Elephant (unabridged)
Whale Nation (unabridged)