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The Woman on the Bridge

By: Marty Ross,Wireless Theatre Company - producer,David Beck - director,Malcolm Thorp - editor and producer
Narrated by: Ceri Gifford,Jessica Dennis,James Parkes,Sarah Whitehouse
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Chatsworth House during the Second World War. The Devonshire family make way for an evacuated girls' school, Chatsworth's grand interiors now converted to dormitories and classrooms. Pupils Ceri and Gwyneth explore these new surroundings and their history, above and below stairs. But a ghost story about a screaming woman on the bridge in the grounds seems disturbingly true - and all the more disturbing for the parallels it presents with the secret love affair they discover their charismatic teacher, Miss Cairns, is involved in....

Production Personnel: Gareth Brown

©2017 Design Sound Productions (P)2017 Design Sound Productions

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  • 10-10-19

Couldn’t even finish this short story!

The sound effects were so amateurish they detracted from the story. Didn’t understand why there was a sex scene. Finally gave up when someone was on the ice as it was cracking and another person was going to step on it. That’s not practical or smart.