BBC Audio have recently confirmed that Torchwood actor Gareth David-Lloyd will be attending an exclusive signing event for the latest Torchwood audio release, Torchwood: The Sin Eaters, at Borders in Cardiff later this month. Torchwood: The Sin Eaters, written by Brian Minchin, features narration from Gareth David-Lloyd, Ianto Jones in Torchwood, and was released by BBC Audio on the Eighteenth of July.
Torchwood: The Sin Eaters features Captain Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Ianto Jones which means that it takes place after the second series finale, Exit Wounds, which saw the demise of both Owen Harper plus Toshiko Sato. The previous exclusive Torchwood audio, In the Shadows, was released by BBC Audio around the United Kingdom and Ireland in May.
Below is the official synopsis for Torchwood: The Sin Eaters
Alien larvae in a baptismal font mark the beginnings of a terrifying adventure for the Torchwood team in this exclusive audio adventure, read by Gareth
David-Lloyd. Searching for the source of a bizarre Rift reading, Gwen, Jack and
Ianto find a corpse on the beach, his face covered in hundreds of tiny cuts.
Watching from the shadows is a man in black...
The Reverend Hayward thinks he has found a way to take away people's sins. The trouble is, his special baptisms tend to take away their lives too. For the creatures he collects and puts in his church font are nightmarish parasites, feeding on their hosts' negative emotions before consuming them. It is up to Torchwood to track them down and destroy them...
Written specially for audio by Brian Minchin, the Torchwood TV series assistant producer, 'The Sin Eaters' features Captain Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Ianto Jones, as played by John Barrowman, Eve Myles and Gareth David-Lloyd in the hit series from BBC Television. It contains adult themes and language.
The signing of Torchwood: The Sin Eaters will begin at 1pm on the Fifteenth of August at Borders in Cardiff with Gareth David-Lloyd being the only Torchwood actor attending the signing. Torchwood: The Sin Eaters was released by BBC Audio on the Eighteenth of July for the price of £12.99 around the United Kingdom and Ireland.