Posters of Montmartre
is a series of four radio plays by John Peacock, based on the posters of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 1991, a sequel to Peacock's popular series Posters of the Moulin Rouge. The running time for each play is 45 minutes[1][2].

Part One - May BelfortEdit

The Irish singer turned lady of the night.

Part Two - Footitt And ChocolatEdit

Footitt the clown and Chocolat the dancer - a precarious double act.

Part Three - Casque D'orEdit

A tale of revolutionary Paris where passion and ideals become fatally intertwined.

Part Four - Aristide BruantEdit

The fiercely socialist Bruant sees his friends of old. Is he getting old or are they all compromised?

Critical ReceptionEdit


  1. Diversity Website

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