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Screaming Queens!

Written by: Robert Ross
Narrated by: Jim Dale,Full Cast Audio Drama
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Publisher's Summary

Aside from appearing together as the leads in the movie Carry On Screaming!, comedy legend Kenneth Williams and iconic actress Fenella Fielding had a love/hate relationship lasting over several decades.

Screaming Queens!, a full-cast audio drama from acclaimed comedy historian Robert Ross, takes us from the duo's hit West-End revue together Pieces of Eight (written by Peter Cook), to behind the scenes of the classic and best-loved Carry On film that spoofed Hammer Horror's output, before finishing with a poignant meeting in the final year of Kenneth's life where they debate their enduring legacy and what it means to them.

Screaming Queens! is a what-if fantasy. A three-act, two-handed snapshot of a complex, b---hy, and completely unique friendship, seen through the prism of the stages of London's West End and the movie sets of the classic Carry On film franchise.

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  • 31-01-22

Disappointing - Gave up

Only listened to the first 20 minutes or so, before losing interest. Plus the guy playing Kenneth Williams fell into the trap of playing "Kenneth character voice" rather than his normal voice, which became quite distracting.

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