Hannah Britland

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A very accomplished cast make the rapid-fire scenes totally engrossing. Hannah Britland delivers some particularly poignant scenes, including an abused wife and a prisoner in the dock

Greg Stewart
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the one I really fell for is Hannah Britland as the scheming mother’s “delicate” daughter being sold to the tedious old captain: she secretly wants to give up the fashionable invalid role and scoff a plateful of “corned beef and pickles!”. Britland looks uncannily like a young Rebecca Front and has much of that great comedienne’s dry brilliance. Watch this space, she’ll go far.

Libby Purves
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Hannah Britland’s Lydia is charming and vulnerable

Henry Hitchings
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