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Stephen Greif in BBC Radio 4 Play - 17th June 2015

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Stephen Greif in Waterloo - The Ball in Brussells

Two days before the battle of Waterloo, the Duchess of Richmond throws the grandest of parties at her estate in Belgium and the Duke of Wellington thinks it would be a morale-booster for his officers to attend. But what of the foot soldiers, what will keep them going? The answer comes from a surprising source.

This new play marks the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo, which took place on 18th June 1815. Written by radio dramatist Mike Walker, it is based on historical fact and provides a vivid portrait of those about to embark on one of the most famous battles in history.

Stephen plays Prince Tallyrand, the French Politician, who also acts as the play’s narrator.
Simon Paisley Day plays Wellington, and the play is directed by Marion Nancarrow.

Waterloo - The Ball in Brussells will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Wednesday 17th June at 2.15pm, and available afterwards on BBC iPlayer.

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