Judge and Gwendoline Gray
Gwen is the voice of The Medium whose 'channelling' of the dead Curly McLeod forms the body of the work. This veteran actress has had a long and varied career which began in the 1930s. She has worked in the West End and the Provinces, in dramas and in pantomime, been coached by Sybil Thorndike and Lewis Casson, toured North Africa and Italy with ENSA during the war (when she had a regular radio record show, thus becoming perhaps the first British woman disk-jockey), had a grand success as the heroine of Jean Cocteau's drama 'The Eagle Has Two Heads', and starred in early television plays and some of the first British commercials. Until his death in 1982, she was married to the extraordinary John Hargrave, the visionary youth leader, writer and artist, known as 'White Fox', who was the Founder-Leader of the radical woodcraft movement the Kibbo Kift.