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Three Plays by Lucy Gough
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<p>There&rsquo;s a point in between. The sea and the sky, Heaven and Hell, life and death. Where the debris of life carried out on the flow meets the sea and is forced to let go. If you fail to cross over that bar you go down with no soul. So says the mysterious Keeper of the purgatorial cell that is the setting for the poetic and...
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Laurence Allen, Three Plays
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<p>The striking humour and resilience of his characters, often at odds with social and political trends, beset by unemployment and harsh circumstances, shines through. In &rsquo;On The Road Again&rsquo; two tramps (one a compulsive cheat, the other a hapless liar) receive a notice to evict them from their derelict caravan home....
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Waiting at the Water's Edge, Lucinda Coxon
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<p><em>Waiting at the Water&rsquo;s Edge</em> is a gripping new play by Lucinda Coxon. It opens with a chance meeting between two young girls, Vi and Su, on a North Wales beach. Their fates become entwined when they are both employed as servants in the same house. Vi forms a strange alliance with Will Couth, son of the house...
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