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The BBC Philharmonic orchestra have joined forces with fantastic actors, Tamsin Greig and Paul Higgins as Mrs and Mr Watson, to present a modern retelling of John Wyndham's classic science fiction tale. Make sure you grab yourself a copy to have all the weird and wonderful facts about Shakespeare, loosely based on the lost journals that William Shakespeare never wrote!
A man of many talents, Bruce is also currently starring in the West End production of Funny Girl.
THE KING’S DAMOSEL by Vera Chapman is out in audiobook.