When the bells go down they're a team but in between they're individuals - often touchy, quarrelsome, or depressed. Fighting fires brings out the best in them; time on thier hands brings out the worse. But when the call comes in private troubles are set aside and the individuals turn quickly into the dedicated and courageous team of firefighters that make up the Blue Watch.
London's Burning has enjoyed critical success since it began life as a Jack Rosenthal film. It's mixture of drama, comedy and action has made it a firm favourite around the world. Our production is read by Richard Walsh, who is best know for playing Albert Quigley, affectionatley known as 'Sicknote', a key member of Blue Watch since the very beginning of London's Burning.