Sonnets In The City

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Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake

Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss, Bev, is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Lee - Luke Newberry

Bev - Emily Pithon

Dan - Ben Addis

Directed and produced by Gary Brown

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake

Tattered Heart

written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Girl - Francesca Martinez

Boy - Kevin Hely

Lover .... Verity Henry

Directed and produced by Charlotte Riches

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake

After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Suzanne Amser (younger) - Jodie Comer

Suzanne Amser (older) - Eileen O'Brien

Produced and directed by Pauline Harris

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake

Tongue

written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Noel - Will Ash

Oliver - Kevin Hely

Aaron - Luke Bailey

Imogen .....Verity Henry

Directed by Nadia Molinari

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake

Love Again

written by Zodwa Nyoni with music composed by Daniel Kidane

It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Thandie - Wunmi Mosaku

Mike - Curtis Cole

Ash - Ben Addis

Lucy - Emily Pithon

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake

Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss, Bev, is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Lee - Luke Newberry

Bev - Emily Pithon

Dan - Ben Addis

Directed and produced by Gary Brown

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake

Tattered Heart

written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Girl - Francesca Martinez

Boy - Kevin Hely

Lover .... Verity Henry

Directed and produced by Charlotte Riches

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake

After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Suzanne Amser (younger) - Jodie Comer

Suzanne Amser (older) - Eileen O'Brien

Produced and directed by Pauline Harris

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake

Tongue

written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Noel - Will Ash

Oliver - Kevin Hely

Aaron - Luke Bailey

Imogen .....Verity Henry

Directed by Nadia Molinari

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake

Love Again

written by Zodwa Nyoni with music composed by Daniel Kidane

It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Thandie - Wunmi Mosaku

Mike - Curtis Cole

Ash - Ben Addis

Lucy - Emily Pithon

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

"

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake

Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss, Bev, is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Lee - Luke Newberry

Bev - Emily Pithon

Dan - Ben Addis

Directed and produced by Gary Brown

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake

Tattered Heart

written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Girl - Francesca Martinez

Boy - Kevin Hely

Lover .... Verity Henry

Directed and produced by Charlotte Riches

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake

After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Suzanne Amser (younger) - Jodie Comer

Suzanne Amser (older) - Eileen O'Brien

Produced and directed by Pauline Harris

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake

Tongue

written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Noel - Will Ash

Oliver - Kevin Hely

Aaron - Luke Bailey

Imogen .....Verity Henry

Directed by Nadia Molinari

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake

Love Again

written by Zodwa Nyoni with music composed by Daniel Kidane

It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Thandie - Wunmi Mosaku

Mike - Curtis Cole

Ash - Ben Addis

Lucy - Emily Pithon

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake

Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss, Bev, is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Lee - Luke Newberry

Bev - Emily Pithon

Dan - Ben Addis

Directed and produced by Gary Brown

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake

Tattered Heart

written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Girl - Francesca Martinez

Boy - Kevin Hely

Lover .... Verity Henry

Directed and produced by Charlotte Riches

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake

After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Suzanne Amser (younger) - Jodie Comer

Suzanne Amser (older) - Eileen O'Brien

Produced and directed by Pauline Harris

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake

Tongue

written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Noel - Will Ash

Oliver - Kevin Hely

Aaron - Luke Bailey

Imogen .....Verity Henry

Directed by Nadia Molinari

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake

Love Again

written by Zodwa Nyoni with music composed by Daniel Kidane

It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Thandie - Wunmi Mosaku

Mike - Curtis Cole

Ash - Ben Addis

Lucy - Emily Pithon

Directed by Nadia Molinari."

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake

Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss, Bev, is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Lee - Luke Newberry

Bev - Emily Pithon

Dan - Ben Addis

Directed and produced by Gary Brown

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake

Tattered Heart

written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Girl - Francesca Martinez

Boy - Kevin Hely

Lover .... Verity Henry

Directed and produced by Charlotte Riches

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake

After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Suzanne Amser (younger) - Jodie Comer

Suzanne Amser (older) - Eileen O'Brien

Produced and directed by Pauline Harris

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake

Tongue

written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Noel - Will Ash

Oliver - Kevin Hely

Aaron - Luke Bailey

Imogen .....Verity Henry

Directed by Nadia Molinari

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake

Love Again

written by Zodwa Nyoni with music composed by Daniel Kidane

It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Thandie - Wunmi Mosaku

Mike - Curtis Cole

Ash - Ben Addis

Lucy - Emily Pithon

Directed by Nadia Molinari."

"

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake

Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss, Bev, is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Lee - Luke Newberry

Bev - Emily Pithon

Dan - Ben Addis

Directed and produced by Gary Brown

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake

Tattered Heart

written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Girl - Francesca Martinez

Boy - Kevin Hely

Lover .... Verity Henry

Directed and produced by Charlotte Riches

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake

After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Suzanne Amser (younger) - Jodie Comer

Suzanne Amser (older) - Eileen O'Brien

Produced and directed by Pauline Harris

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake

Tongue

written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Noel - Will Ash

Oliver - Kevin Hely

Aaron - Luke Bailey

Imogen .....Verity Henry

Directed by Nadia Molinari

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake

Love Again

written by Zodwa Nyoni with music composed by Daniel Kidane

It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Thandie - Wunmi Mosaku

Mike - Curtis Cole

Ash - Ben Addis

Lucy - Emily Pithon

Directed by Nadia Molinari.

01Baba Ganoush20160422Sonnets In The City - Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Sunset in the city. Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss Bev is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Part of "Sounds of Shakespeare" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake.

"

"Sonnets In The City - Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Sunset in the city. Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss Bev is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake.

"Sonnets In The City - Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Sunset in the city. Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss Bev is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake."

"

"Sonnets In The City - Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Sunset in the city. Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss Bev is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake.

"Sonnets In The City - Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Sunset in the city. Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss Bev is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake."

"

Short contemporary drama in response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 29. With Maxine Peake.

Series of dramas written in response to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets

Sonnets In The City - Baba Ganoush

by Tom Wells with music composed by Tom Coult

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Sunset in the city. Lee arrives late for the pop-up restaurant he works in. The boss Bev is waiting for him and is in a foul mood. But Dan is also there and he makes everything alright.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 29 read by Maxine Peake.

Part of """"Sounds of Shakespeare"""" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

02Tattered Heart20160422Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The second drama in the series 'Tattered Heart' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 61 written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman.

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Part of "Sounds of Shakespeare" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake.

"

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The second drama in the series 'Tattered Heart' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 61 written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman.

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake.

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The second drama in the series 'Tattered Heart' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 61 written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman.

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake."

"

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The second drama in the series 'Tattered Heart' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 61 written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman.

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake.

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The second drama in the series 'Tattered Heart' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 61 written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman.

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake."

"

Francesca Martinez's drama in response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 61. Music by Nina Whiteman.

Series of dramas written in response to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The second drama in the series 'Tattered Heart' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 61 written and performed by Francesca Martinez with music composed by Nina Whiteman.

On a night heavy with expectation, two lovers meet and take a late night stroll to the park.

Part of ""Sounds of Shakespeare"" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

Sonnet 61 read by Maxine Peake.

Part of """"Sounds of Shakespeare"""" Radio 3's weekend from Stratford-upon-Avon, marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. Radio 3 will be broadcasting music and performance inspired by Shakespeare, live from their pop-up studio at the Royal Shakespeare Company's Other Place Theatre and from historic venues across the town.

03After Sunset Fades20160423

Sonnets In The City - After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake.

Sonnets In The City - After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake.

"

"Sonnets In The City - After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake.

"Sonnets In The City - After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake."

"Sonnets In The City - After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake."

"

Short contemporary drama in response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 73. With Maxine Peake.

Series of dramas written in response to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets

Sonnets In The City - After Sunset Fades

by Esther Wilson with music composed by Aaron Parker

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets. Midnight in Manchester. An enigmatic exploration of the breadth and fire of life. Old and young collide, as an adolescent girl wants to end her life and an old lady has other plans.

Sonnet 73 read by Maxine Peake.

04Tongue20160423

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fourth drama in the series 'Tongue' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 140 written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou.

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake.

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fourth drama in the series 'Tongue' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 140 written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou.

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake.

"

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fourth drama in the series 'Tongue' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 140 written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou.

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake.

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fourth drama in the series 'Tongue' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 140 written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou.

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake."

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fourth drama in the series 'Tongue' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 140 written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou.

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake."

"

Lee Mattinson's drama in response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 140, with music by Chiu-Yu Chou.

Series of dramas written in response to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fourth drama in the series 'Tongue' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 140 written by Lee Mattinson with music composed by Chiu-Yu Chou.

It's 3am, the height of the mistake-making hour, and in a sweat-drenched club Noel has bitten off someone's tongue. Consumed by jealousy and rage, Noel tries to find his way home, which isn't so easy when you are blind, high on drugs and being pursued by a talking tongue.

Sonnet 140 read by Maxine Peake.

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Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fifth drama in the series, 'Love Again' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 154 written by Zodwa Nyoni, with music composed by Daniel Kidane. It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake.

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fifth drama in the series, 'Love Again' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 154 written by Zodwa Nyoni, with music composed by Daniel Kidane. It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake.

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"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fifth drama in the series, 'Love Again' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 154 written by Zodwa Nyoni, with music composed by Daniel Kidane. It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake.

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fifth drama in the series, 'Love Again' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 154 written by Zodwa Nyoni, with music composed by Daniel Kidane. It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake."

"Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fifth drama in the series, 'Love Again' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 154 written by Zodwa Nyoni, with music composed by Daniel Kidane. It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake."

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Drama about a solicitor who becomes embroiled in someone else's love life.

Series of dramas written in response to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets

Five short, edgy contemporary dramas taking place in the city from sunset to sunrise. In collaboration with the BBC Philharmonic five writers team with composers and respond to Shakespeare's most powerful sonnets.

The fifth drama in the series, 'Love Again' is a response to Shakespeare's Sonnet 154 written by Zodwa Nyoni, with music composed by Daniel Kidane. It's 5am and solicitor Thandie has been on call all night and browsing dating websites to keep awake. But she soon becomes embroiled in someone else's love-life when an argument kicks off under her window.

Sonnet 154 read by Maxine Peake.