Classic FM's 2016 A Midsomerly Murders Night's Dream Charity Play
‘A Midsomerly Murders Night's Dream’ —
narrated by Stephen Fry
Bill Turnbull, John Suchet, Aled Jones and all the Classic FM presenters return for a hilarious new radio ‘whodunnit’ - narrated by Stephen Fry. Following the success of 2015’s charity radio play, Upstairs Downland Abbey, Classic FM presents A Midsomerly Murders Night’s Dream. This hard-hitting police procedural-cum-Shakespearean farce is the entertainment event of autumn 2016 – and it’s all in aid of Classic FM’s charity Global’s Make Some Noise.
About Global’s Make Some Noise
Global’s Make Some Noise is Classic FM’s charity, supporting small but brilliant projects across the UK. The projects provide vital help for youngsters and their families living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.
Buy the Download
Part 1 and Part 2 of Classic FM's A Midsomerly Murders Night's Dream radio drama is available to purchase for £5 each. You can also now buy the full play audio download (containing Parts 1 & 2) for £10.
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Sales of Classic FM's A Midsomerly Murders Night's Dream CD have now closed - thank you for your support. If you would like to register your interest to purchase the CD for £15 in the future, please enter your details in the form below.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You will only be able to download your purchase on a desktop/laptop computer, i.e. not on an iPhone or iPad. If you wish to listen again via a mobile device, you should first save the drama on your desktop computer, then save it to iTunes (or similar), then sync with your mobile device.
Please allow 28 days for CD delivery, where applicable.
Watch The Trailer
The Story So Far...
Midsomerly Murd’rous, the only village in the county of Midsomerly never to have been scandalised by murder, is abuzz with a big event being organised by Phil Hall (played by Alexander Armstrong) for the former Lord Theo Rhys (Alan Titchmarsh) for his marriage to his love Polly (played by Charlotte Green).
But the suspicious death of Punk, the pantomime horse, puts a dampener on proceedings. There’s no shortage of suspects, including Mr Trunchbull, the estate agent (Bill Turnbull), Eggerton, the new lord of the Manor (Aled Jones) and Cotswold Manchebo the cheese shop owner (played by Alex James).
It’s a case for Detective Inspector Baxter Carter (John Suchet) and his sidekick Sergeant Brock Fugue (Nicholas Owen) go door to door through the sleepy village in their quest to discover the truth, with the help of the new coroner…
Narrator – Stephen Fry
Detective Inspector Baxter Carter – John Suchet
Brock Fugue – Nicholas Owen
Bill Trunchbull – Bill Turnbull
Polly – Charlotte Green
Lord Theo Rhys – Alan Titchmarsh
Eggerton Newsomely-Rich – Aled Jones
Ophelia Bott – Catherine Bott
Mr Mellacholy – David Mellor
Phil Hall – Alexander Armstrong
Magna Carter – Jane Jones
Pixie Carter – Myleene Klass
Cotswold Manchego – Alex James
Ron Ferry – John Brunning
Tania Ferry – Margherita Taylor
Mia Newsomely-Rich – Anne-Marie Minhall
Punk – Nick Bailey
Sandy – Bill Overton
Dom – Sam Pittis
Helen – Katie Breathwick
Mr Lloyd – Andrew Collins
Gardener – Monty Don
Coroner – Robert Lindsay
Ed Vaizey – himself
Tony Robinson's cousin - Tony Robinson
Written by Tim Lihoreau
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Net proceeds (at least £3.90 per £5 purchase, £7.99 per £10 purchase and £8 per £15 CD purchase) from the sale of Classic FM’s charity play will go to Global’s Make Some Noise.