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Trailer Releases for Allan Cubitt's New BBC Drama Series 'Death and Nightingales'
15 Nov 2018 : Nathan Griffin
The new BBC and RTE co-production is due for release later this month.

Based on the 1992 novel of the same name by Irish author Eugene McCabe, ‘Death and Nightingales’ follows the story of one young woman’s struggle to control her own destiny in Northern Ireland in the 1880s. She decides on her 25th birthday to escape her limited life and difficult relationship with her landowner stepfather, with the aid of a charming new-comer.

The three-episode period drama sees Cubit reunite with Irish actor Jamie Dornan after working together on the prestigious Northern Irish drama series ‘The Fall’. ‘Red Rock’ and ‘Kissing Candice’ actress Ann Skelly also stars as the central character Beth Winters, whilst Matthew Rhys, Martin McCann, Charlene McKenna and Valene Kane make-up a star-studded cast.


The series is produced by Irish production company Soho Moon Pictures and London based Imaginarium Productions. The series is supported by Northern Ireland Screen and was filmed in Northern Ireland in summer 2018. Jonathan Cavendish produced the project for Imaginarium and Soho’s James Mitchell has executive produced. Steve Singleton is the editor on the series, with Stephen Murphy as DoP and Gillian Deveney on production design.

The first episode of ‘Death and Nightingales’ debuts on BBC Two at 9pm - Wednesday, November 28th




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