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Road: A surreal vision of the contemporary urban landscape...uncomfortable and magical, funny and bitter. It is a northern Under Milk Wood, high on pills and booze (Sunday Times). Bed: Cartwright writes better about old people than anyone I know, except perhaps Beckett. This is an odd, harrowing and hilarious piece, entirely without sentimentality, sturdy but moving. (John Peter, Sunday Times) Two: A sharp, salty quickfire evocation of the surface gaiety and underlying melancholia of English pub life. (Michael Billington, The Guardian). The Rise and Fall of Little Voice: A northern showbiz fairytale, a backstreet Cinderella story, with a built-in kick. (Guardian)
|Publication date:||12th August 1996|
|Publisher:||Methuen Drama an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|