Richard Armitage projects get a twofer in the London Times today: Outstandingly versatile narrator

Wonder how often that’s happened before. The article on The Crucible (which doesn’t discuss him; more from me about that in a bit) and a review of Hewson and Hartley’s Hamlet audiobook. Scan at Hewson’s blog, here!

~ by Servetus on June 14, 2014.

2 Responses to “Richard Armitage projects get a twofer in the London Times today: Outstandingly versatile narrator”

  1. I think he really did just do an amazing job with the narration. I was a little surprised at how polished it was compared to some of his earlier storytelling. (which I love…)

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    • it’s like the difference between the 50 yard dash and the mile for me. He was always a good sprinter, but this really shows stamina and chops.

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