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Jago in Love (audio story)

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Jago in Love
JL - 4x01 - Jago in Love
Main character(s): Jago, Litefoot, Leela
Featuring: Ellie Higson, Quick, Claudius Dark
Main enemy: Kempston, Hardwick
Main setting: London and Brighton, the 1890s
Key crew
Publisher: Big Finish Productions
Writer: Nigel Fairs
Director: Lisa Bowerman
Release details
Release number: 4.1
Release date: March 2012
Format: 1 CD
Production code: BFPJLCD04
ISBN 978-1-84435-562-4
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Jago in Love is the thirteenth Big Finish Productions audio drama in the Jago and Litefoot series and the first episode of series 4.

Publisher's summary Edit

Escaping the shadowy presence of the mysterious Professor Claudius Dark, Jago, Litefoot and Leela take a holiday in Brighton. There, Jago meets and falls for music hall singer Abigail Woburn, a relationship that threatens to split the infernal investigators apart, as dark forces gather on the beach…

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References Edit

  • Leela tells Jago and Litefoot that she is "obliged" to stay in the 1890s.
  • Jago first met Gypsy Nancy Lee while he was the proprietor of the Palace Theatre in the 1880s. He attempted to engage her for a season in the theatre but she preferred to stay in Brighton.
  • Litefoot tells Leela that Queen Victoria apparently hated staying in the Royal Pavilion in Brighton as she felt exposed to the public gaze.
  • Abigail Woburn wears a "theatrical" wig.
  • Jago refers to the serialised adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson by Arthur Conan Doyle featured in The Strand magazine.
  • Both George Nevil and his fiancée Mary Elizabeth Reilly were killed in a freak snowstorm in Brighton on 14 August 1887.

Story notes Edit

  • The first scene is a reprise of the final scene of the audio story Chronoclasm.
  • The music hall song "Poor Little Dolly" was originally featured in the Sapphire & Steel audio drama Water Like a Stone, likewise written by Nigel Fairs.

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