Once again, Big Finish has reached the shortlist of the annual Scribe Awards, organised by the International Association of Tie-In Writers. The nominees this year are Dark Shadows: The Phantom Bride and The Flip Side and Blake's 7: The Armageddon Storm. Good luck to all of them!
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Big Finish is pleased to announce further casting details for Dark Shadows: The Darkest Shadow - Alexander Vlahos and Jan Chappell! Written by Nev Fountain, writer of the award-winning The Eternal Actress, the story sees the return of immortal, star-crossed lovers Quentin Collins and Amanda Harris. Quentin is played by David Selby who voices Commissioner Gordon in the animated series Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and who recently starred in The Social Network. Amanda is played by Tony Award-winning Donna McKechnie, who has recently toured the US and the UK with her one-woman show Same Place: Another Time.
Further details for March's Dark Shadows release, The Happier Dead, can now be revealed. The story, written by theatre playwright Adam Usden, continues the adventures of student parapsychologist Amy Jennings (Stephanie Ellyne). It sees Amy, and her boyfriend Simon (John Chancer) investigating mysterious events at Collinsport Hospital. The story also stars Murray Melvin as the mysterious Edwin Beadle.
Big Finish is thrilled to announce full details of a brand new full-cast dramatisation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, starring Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill as Victor Frankenstein, with monster maestro Nicholas Briggs as his infamous Creature.
A little Easter treat... It's a new Who's Round, Toby Hadoke's Doctor Who 50th anniversary quest to get an anecdote about every single episode of Doctor Who to date. In this latest instalment, Toby tries to stay alive.