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Beautiful Things
4.2 Beautiful Things
Main character(s): Jago, Litefoot, Leela
Featuring: Ellie Higson, Quick, Oscar Wilde, Claudius Dark
Main enemy: Warren Gadd, Kempston, Hardwick
Main setting: London, the 1890s
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: John Dorney
Director: Lisa Bowerman
Music: Howard Carter
Sound: Howard Carter
Cover by: Alex Mallinson
Release details
Release number: 4.2
Release date: March 2012
Format: 1 CD
Production code: BFPJLCD04
ISBN 978-1-84435-562-4
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Beautiful Things is the fourteenth Big Finish Productions audio drama in the Jago & Litefoot series and the second episode of series 4.

Publisher's summary Edit

Jago, Leela and Ellie take a trip to the theatre to see Oscar Wilde's new play and discover something sinister during the interval. Meanwhile, bodies are turning up at Litefoot's lab, while Wilde meets his biggest fan...

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References Edit

  • Jago mistakes Widowers' Houses for one of Wilde's plays. As Wilde informs him, it was actually written by his fellow Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw.
  • Mr Kempston and Mr Hardwick directed Gadd to make Wilde his next victim, hoping that the temporal paradox caused by Wilde's death in the 1890s would attract Professor Dark's attention and force him to come out of the shadows.

Story notes Edit

  • Although the overall series is not given a date more specific than the 1890s until the audio story The Final Act, Oscar Wilde's play A Woman of No Importance premiered on 19 April 1893, whereas George Bernard Shaw's play Widowers' Houses premiered on 9 December 1892 in real life. However, Litefoot, referring to "the love that dares not speak its name," quotes the poem Two Loves by Lord Alfred Douglas, which was originally published in 1894.
  • The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde previously played an important role in the audio story Echoes of Grey, which was likewise written by John Dorney.

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