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Torchwood – The Dollhouse released today

Big Finish have today released the latest in their monthly series of Torchwood adventures…

Torchwood – The Dollhouse moves the base of operations to America for this brand new release out today, with a script by Juno Dawson, directed by Lisa Bowerman, and starring Laila Pyne, Kelly-Anne Lyons, and Ajjaz Awad.

1970s Los Angeles – the city of angels and broken dreams. Three remarkable women keep the West Coast safe from alien attacks – they are Torchwood Los Angeles.

So many young girls come to this city hoping for something better. For some, luck is just around the corner. For others that golden ticket never arrives and they just fade away.

But it’s not that simple. Everyone has a value to someone, and Torchwood are about to discover Hollywood’s darkest secret:

Torchwood – The Dollhouse is available for £7.99 on Download and £9.99 on CD, with any CD purchase unlocking a digital version as an exclusive to your Big Finish account. This latest run of six single-disc stories, from last month through to August, can be Subscribed tofor just £45 on Download or £50 on CD – the same prices for the past collected bundles ofTorchwood stories 1-6 and 7-12.

In next month”s story, events move back to Cardiff as PC Andy Davison (Tom Price) teams up with Dr Owen Harper (Burn Gorman): an undead Torchwood operative who is able to put the actual corpse into Corpse Day

 

 

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