The Confessions of Dorian Gray continues this week with Nev Fountain's strange account of sibling rivalry in pre-war Brighton - available to download now! And we enter the fourth week of our competition giveaways!
The Confessions of Dorian Gray: The Immortal Game finds Dorian seeking recuperation in Brighton in 1913, where he observes a peculiar chess match being played. His curiosity piqued, he quickly engineers an opportunity to meet with both its players, and soon finds himself a pawn in a much greater game of families and betrayal. Hugh Ross (best known to Big Finish listeners as Sir Toby in Counter-Measures) guest stars as both the Montague brothers!
The episode is available to download now for just £2.99, or as part of a five-part series subscription for £12.99. Don't forget you can also catch-up with series one now, or pre-order our CD adaptation of Oscar Wilde's original novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, which comes signed by Alexander Vlahos if your order is placed before the end of August.
We also have three script covers for The Immortal Game - signed by Alexander Vlahos - to give away! To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is answer this question, the answer to which can be found in the play itself:
What does the tip of Montague's cane resemble?
E-mail your answers to email@example.com with 'Dorian Competition' in the subject line, and we will announce the winners next week! Huge congratulations to last week's competition winners - Jay Barry, Rachael Kedge and Louise Hypher - who correctly said that Dorian was wearing a kimono and lipstick when he first met Dorothy Parker!
Note: The Confessions of Dorian Gray contains adult material and is not suitable for younger listeners.
It's a new Who's Round, Toby Hadoke's Doctor Who 50th anniversary quest to get an anecdote about every single episode of Doctor Who to date. In this instalment, Toby gatecrashes some parties.