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'Jim Cartwright is one of the mavericks of British theatre' Daily Telegraph Two: 'A sharp, salty, quickfire evocation of the surface gaiety and underlying melancholia of English pub life.' The Guardian Bed: 'It's insights into the twilight world of old age are remarkable, Cartwright's ode to sleep fizzes with puns and free association and brims with the confidence of a craftsman who can work as happily with surrealism as naturalism as he teases out snippets of life story from the ancient occupants of the bed.' City Limits 'This extraordinarily gifted and original voice ...populates the space with broad humour, dry wit and often shudderingly moving poetry.' Time Out
|Publication date:||14th March 1994|
|Publisher:||Methuen Drama an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Jim Cartright lives in Lancashire, where he was born. Road, his first play, won the Samuel Beckett Award, 1986; Drama magazine's Best New Play Award 1986; was joint winner of the George Devine Award 1986 and Plays and Players Award, 1986. The TV version won the Golden Nymph Award for the best film at the Mnote Carlo Television Festival. His other plays include The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Royal National Theatre, Cottesloe, 1992 and the Aldwych Theatre, London, 1992) winner of the Evening Standard Best Comedy Award in 1992 and teh 1993 Olivier Award for Best Comedy.More About Jim Cartwright