Thursday, 7 February 2019


It's just been announced over on Big Finish's website that I've written the audio novelisation Dorian Gray: The Lost Confessions. Each of the three novelisations are based on original unused scripts by producer/director Scott Handcock and read by Dorian Gray himself, the mighty Alexander Vlahos!

Here's the blurb...

Three brand-new readings of unmade stories from The Confessions of Dorian Gray
1. Last Man Standing
France, 1915. After being dispatched on a top-secret mission with his comrade, Jonathan Roberts, Captain Gray finds himself lost in the wastes of No Man’s Land searching for a concealed German outpost. As both men venture further
from the trenches, they soon discover forces greater than king and country.
2. There Are Such Things…
England, 1930. Father Victor Merriman is confused when a bedraggled young man locks him inside his own church on a dark and stormy night. The man claims not to be locking them in, but rather to be locking something out: something that
has haunted Dorian Gray for over a year now, ever since the engagement of Milly Lloyd.
3. The Last Confession
The Future. Since his experience at the Brigadoon Hotel, Dorian Gray struggles to come to terms with having a soul; and worse, having lost his soulmate. Travelling the world, he hopes to lay some demons to rest… and perhaps even confront
the biggest one of all?
This download-only release includes a bonus 15-minute interview with Alexander Vlahos and Scott Handcock, and an audio commentary for The Confessions of Dorian Gray: The Heart That Lives Alone.
Please note: The Confessions of Dorian Gray contains adult material and is not suitable for younger listeners.

Script Editor/Producer: Scott Handcock
Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs
Written By: Scott Harrison, based on scripts by Scott Handcock
Directed By: Scott Handcock


Alexander Vlahos (Narrator)

Released in August, you can pre-order the audio novelisations HERE

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