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Natalie Haynes stands up for Greek playwright and comedy genius Aristophanes. With special guests Edith Hall, Fiona Laird and Rosie Wyles.

Join Natalie Haynes and guests for half an hour of comedy and the Classics from the BBC Radio Theatre in London.

Natalie is a reformed comedian who is a little bit obsessive about Ancient Greece and Rome.

Tonight she stands up in the name of Greek playwright and inventor of 'old comedy', Aristophanes. Expect a chorus of frogs, rather too much information about padded costumes, and a sex strike. Oh, and a lot of gossip from two and half thousand years ago.

With special guests Rosie Wyles, Edith Hall and Fiona Laird.
Producer...Mary Ward-Lowery.

28 minutes

Last on

Tue 9 Aug 2016 23:30

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