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Scenes from the original
as written and read aloud by
A selection of readings from Dickens's moving tale showing how the so-called Oliver Twist escapes a life of poverty and crime. The grimness and hypocrisy of nineteenth century London and its nearly fatal effect on a lost young orphan is relieved by a curious set of circumstances and coincidences. In spite of an almost overwhelmingly bleak picture, unhoped for and unexpected human kindness saves the day. A case of "Who do you think you are?“
Margaret Copland, well known for her
solo dramatic monologues and readings
& Don McAra a former educational drama teacher ,director and actor, before becoming a full time professional visual artist.