Sir Gawain And The Green Knight

A new translation of the famous poem by Simon Armitage, narrated by Ian Mckellen.

Set in Arthurian Britain at Christmas time with the knights of the Round Table, whose festivities at Camelot are disrupted by the appearance of a green knight.

The stranger has come to lay down a challenge - a test of courage and heart, which Sir Gawain, King Arthur's nephew accepts.

Sir Gawain....Samuel West

The Green Knight/Sir Bertilak....David Fleeshman

Bertilak's wife....Deborah Mcandrew

Arthur/Servant....Conrad Nelson

With specially composed music by Gary Yershon.

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20090219

A new translation of the famous poem by Simon Armitage, narrated by Ian Mckellen.

Set in Arthurian Britain at Christmas time with the knights of the Round Table, whose festivities at Camelot are disrupted by the appearance of a green knight.

The stranger has come to lay down a challenge - a test of courage and heart which Sir Gawain, King Arthur's nephew, accepts.

Sir Gawain....Samuel West

  • arthur....Conrad Nelson

    with specially composed music by gary yershon.

    a new translation of the arthurian poem, narrated by Ian Mckellen

  • bertilak's wife....Deborah Mcandrew
  • servant....Conrad Nelson

    a new translation of the arthurian poem, narrated by Ian Mckellen

  • sir bertilak....David Fleeshman
  • the green knight....David Fleeshman

  • 20061221

    A new translation of the famous poem by Simon Armitage, narrated by Ian Mckellen.

    Set in Arthurian Britain at Christmas time with the knights of the Round Table, whose festivities at Camelot are disrupted by the appearance of a green knight.

    The stranger has come to lay down a challenge - a test of courage and heart, which Sir Gawain, King Arthur's nephew accepts.

    Sir Gawain....Samuel West

    The Green Knight/Sir Bertilak....David Fleeshman

    Bertilak's wife....Deborah Mcandrew

    Arthur/Servant....Conrad Nelson

    With specially composed music by Gary Yershon.