Dickens' Women by Miriam Margolyes, Sonia Fraser
By Miriam Margolyes, Sonia Fraser
An enthralling portrait of a few of Charles Dickens' such a lot memorable woman characters awarded by way of well known actress Miriam Margolyes to accompany her highly winning one-woman express traveling the area in 2012.
Miriam Margolyes (Professor Sprout within the Harry Potter motion pictures) glints and delights in her one-woman express the place she performs 23 diversified roles - women and men - from Dickens' books. via them she tells the tale of Dickens' lifestyles, utilizing his characters like pass over Haversham, Little Nell, and Mr and Mrs Bumble. such a lot have been in accordance with actual humans, like Mary Hogarth (Dickens' wife's sister) who was once the foundation for lots of of Dickens' younger heroines. Dickens' girls is a tribute either to Miriam's infectious ardour for Dickens' paintings and her spectacular versatility as a performer.
Miriam earned an Olivier nomination for her unique West finish season of Dickens' girls, and she or he is determined to journey the realm in 2012, the two hundredth anniversary of Dickens' beginning, together with her one-woman convey.
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