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About Oliver Cotton

Oliver Cotton trained at the Drama Centre in London during the regime of the famed, and infamous, Joh Blatchley and Yat Malgrem two of the major originators in Britain of the Stanislavsky inspired Method school of acting.

His theatrical career encompasses some of the most important productions of British theatre’s recent history. His extensive work with various royal theatres in Britain - the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal National Theatre the Royal Court Theatre to name but a few - and in London’s West End has included John Dexter’s Royal Hunt of the Sun, Peter Hall’s Hamlet, Adrian Noble’s Richard III, Michael Blakemore’s Benefactors and Peter Hall’s An Ideal Husband.

His film and television work is equally extensive, including roles in the BBC’s David Copperfield (TV, 1986), Peter Hall’s The Camomile Lawn (TV, 1992), Westbeach (TV, 1993) Baby Blue (2001) John Malkovich’s The Dancer Upstairs.

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The Return of the Native Audiobook

The Return of the Native Audiobook
Written by Thomas Hardy
Read by Oliver Cotton

Eustacia Vye’s great desire in life was to be loved to madness, and in this, one of Hardy’s best loved novels, one of his most superb female characters conducts her wild and lethal campaign against her rival the innocent, rather conventional Thomasin against the back drop of Egdon Heath, the equally wild and lethal Dorset moorland on which Hardy grew up.

When Hardy first published the book, it was greeted with both acclaim and outrage, the response to the unfashionably shocking initial ending meant that Hardy was forced to add the sixth and last book to create the happy outcome that the public demanded for the characters he’d persuaded them to mind so much about. This being a book about desire, gratification and marvellous manipulation he did, however, naturally give them a happy ending on his own terms…!

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