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JSAMNJonathan Strange and Mr Norrell (Susanna Clarke book)
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Macbeth Top actress Anna Maxwell Martin (pictured) stars as Lady Macbeth in the Scottish Play, with John Heffernan from BBC1's Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell in the title role of Shakespeare's tragedy.
Top actress Anna Maxwell Martin stars as Lady Macbeth in the Scottish Play, with John Heffernan from BBC1's Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell in the title role of Shakespeare's tragedy.
I'm guessing you meant the region's new medieval epic Beowulf, currently being shot by ITV, based in Weardale with interiors shooting in Blyth and out on various locations including Bamburgh beach, also used by BBC's Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell. This 13 episode hour-long multi-million drama does indeed have the potential to rival the afore-mentioned Game of Thrones and provides a fantastic economic opportunity for the North East.
Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell continues on BBC One tomorrow at 9pm @KATHW80 kathryn.williams@walesonline.co.uk
And key scenes in Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, which will premiere on BBC One on Sunday, May 17, at 9pm were filmed in Kirklees.
Step forward Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, characters created by author Susannah Clarke in her debut novel which became a publishing sensation, was a bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic and won the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 2005.
This year the castle has also been used in a pilot for a show introducing children to the works of Shakespeare and later in the year will be showcased once again to millions in the BBC drama series Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell.
Upcoming titles include a series on James Bond creator Iain Fleming, Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond, action-adventure series Atlantis and The Musketeers, and a new series based on The New York Times bestselling novel, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell.
It is, quite literally, magical, at times seemingly set in the world of Susanna Clark's Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell.
Leroi beat off competition from Susanna Clarke's Booker longlisted bestseller 'Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell', and Rory Stewart's account of his trek across Afghanistan, 'The Places In Between', reports The Guardian.
The London-based firm said a string of successful titles, including Susanna Clarke's first novel Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, left it confident of a ``satisfactory'' outcome to the year.