Awesome I saw this on Scott's Tumblr had no idea what it meant. Samuel is another rising star who I am so happy is continuing with Big Finish. This is lovely and will be another instant preorder from me .
This is more exciting than Hamlet, of which I am already counting the days to. I love courtroom dramas and Samual is one of my favourite Big Finish guest stars right now, so I hope that this does well, so he could have the possibility of his own continuing series!
2017 is looking like the rebirth of the Classics on BF
Indeed. I wonder whether there are more announcements on the way.
The most recent release (Dracula) is #7 in the range. The already announced (but still date TBA) Jekyll and Hyde is listed as #8 and then Hamlet, announced a day or so ago, is listed as #15. Is there more to slot into this apparent gap??
I know they are planning on doing a bunch of H.G Wells stories
I was reading recently that his work is coming out of copyright in the UK at Hogmanay - in exactly 19 days - so there'll be a glut of Wells adaptations I'd imagine, for all mediums, with such a rich back-catalgue open to all.
They may well have fancied doing Wells for years but with copyright expiring at the end of 2016 decided to hang tight.
Low price to tempt people to buy? Not sure if it's for me, but I wish them every success with it (of course at that price, I'll probably cave in at some point and get it lol)
I expect the low price and DL only is to gauge interest. There could be more of these I am assuming. But this is kind of experimental.
Anyway they didn't have to tempt me this is right up my alley. I love a good historical murder mystery with intrigue and court room drama. This is one historical event I am not that familiar with so trying not to read up on anything so I am not spoiled for what takes place.