GREY

Part 2 of The Techno-Colour Tales

Lord Fear receives welcome word that the new King has decided to disown the north, giving the local Barons unregulated control over their lands. Fear sees the opportunity to up the scale of his feud with Treguard. But knowing that he has other enemies, he decides that firstly he must neutralise the most hostile of them; the clan of witches known as The Grey Sisters, one of whom is still trying to recover from injuries she suffered in a recent battle with the Opposition.

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Grey

About

Set a few days after the events depicted in Green, Grey is the second part in the series of vignettes called The Techno-Colour Tales. Its release was originally timed (roughly) to coincide with the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the first broadcast of Knightmare‘s opening episode on ITV, in early September. However, due to a copyright dispute with a company called LeakID that disrupted our server-access for a lengthy time, it was instead re-scheduled to be our annual festive offering for 2012. (As ever with our festive offering, it features precisely zero reference to Christmas or New Year. We’re strange that way…) The play features a Dunshelm Players debut for newcomer Jennifer Hewitt (nee Rennie) as Greystagg, Witch-Queen of the Grey Sisters.

PLEASE NOTE: It is strongly recommended that listeners make sure they are familiar with the events of Famous For Retreating before hearing Grey. Any listeners not familiar with FFR may download it from the appropriate page linked to in the menu on the right of this screen.

Production Notes

Treguard ……………………………….. Ruzl Odoni
Majida/Stiletta ………………….. Rosey Collins
Lord Fear ………………………….. Martin Odoni
Lissard ………………………….. Ross Thompson
Maldame/Heggatty ……………… Amy Davies 
Greystagg …………………….. Jennifer Hewitt
Skarkill/Hordriss/Henry III …… Jake Collins
Pickle ……………………………….. Andy Marshall

Writer & Mixer ………………… Martin Odoni
Intro music (A Life Worth Living) ……… Composer anonymous, track provided by Royaltyfreemusic
Outro music (Truth Of The Legend) …………. Kevin MacLeod
Incidentals ………… Soundrangers & Incompetech
Other incidental music …….. Royaltyfreemusic/Productiontrax.com
Running time approximately 43 minutes.
Published 31/12/2012

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One Response to “GREY”

  1. Great performances, as usual! I think Ross’s Lissard even sounds a little better than last time. I hear on the grapevine that Amy wasn’t too happy with her performance as Heggatty, but for me, it was possibly my favourite performance. The voice worked really well, and she acted it brilliantly too.

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