The bit with Gloster's eyes being pulled out and jumped on is pretty repulsive - I don't recall anything this gruesome in Shakespeare since Titus Andronicus; perhaps the audience was demanding more gore?
Arkangel have two excellent actors paying Lear and Edgar in Trevor Peacock (who I'm ashamed to say I knew only from The Vicar of Dibley before I started this project) and David Tennant (whoever he is). Along with the Fool (John Rogan) they rather overshadow the rest of the cast - I particularly wished that Gerry Murphy as Edmund had found a little more oomph. But basically the quality of the script carries even average performances from the others to make it a pretty good listen.
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