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Bodies in the Library

A poetic and evocative audio journey exploring the past and present of Birmingham Central Library. Reflect on the vision and promise of the building when it first opened, with some of its inhabitants – both real and imagined. Discover intimate corners and wide vistas as you tread familiar paths in a long farewell…

Bodies in the Library by Sibyl Ruth was commissioned and produced by Writing West Midlands and Theatre Writing Partnership. Special thanks go to Sara, Jonathan and Anouk at Writing West Midlands, architectural historian Andy Foster and Birmingham Central Library management and staff.

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CREDITS:
Writer: Sibyl Ruth
Director: Kate Chapman
Producer: Bianca Winter
Sound Designer: Adam McCready
Actors: Deborah McAndrew, Kerri McLean, Simon Molloy and Laurence Saunders
Graphics/Web design: Sakab Bashir

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  1. [...] Ruth is a freelance writer based in Birmingham.  She recently wrote ‘Bodies in the Library,’ an audio drama about John Madin’s Central [...]

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