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Death And Nightingales’s
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About this title

Storyline

This three-part adaptation of Eugene McCabe's 1992 novel illustrates the 24-hour period of young Beth Winters' 23rd birthday in Fermanagh, 1885, as she decides to elope with the handsome Liam to escape her claustrophobic life and violent father. Decades of family anger and tragedy come to a head, as Beth struggles both to gain personal independence and to make sense of her complex identity. This struggle is illustrated on the most intimate level between a girl and her father, while also writ large in the political yet deeply emotional tensions tearing her community and nation apart around her.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: November 28, 2018

Also Known As: Смърт и славеи, Death & NightingalesDeath & nightingales, Смерть и соловьи, Moartea si privighetorile, Death and Nightingales, Morte e Rouxinóis |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (14), UK (15)United States (TV-MA) |  See more »

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Company Credits

Production Co: Soho Moon Pictures, Imaginarium Productions, Northern Ireland Screen

CastSee full cast »

Matthew Rhys
as Billy Winters
Ann Skelly
as Beth Winters
Conor MacNeill
as Gary Pringle
Michael McGeown
as Red Coated Officer
Eugene O'Hare
as Constable Shanley
Charlene McKenna
as Mercy Boyle
Aoibheann Mullan
as Young Beth
Paul Kennedy
as CI Joseph Quinn
Derek Dubery
as Red Coated Officer
Mark Quigley
as Quarry Worker
Michael Patrick
as Cassidy
Sean Sloan
as Waiter
Francis Magee
as Mickey Dolphin
Martin McCann
as Frank Blessing
Des McAleer
as Jim Rutledge

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2021 | 3 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & Nominations

BAFTA Cymru Award 2019

Nominee

BAFTA Cymru Award

Best Actor (Yr Actor Gorau)

IFTA Award 2020

Nominee

IFTA Award

Best Actress in a Lead Role - Drama

Nominee

IFTA Award

Best Drama

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