Godber Plays: 1

Bouncers; Happy Families; Shakers

Author: John Godber

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 0413758109

Category: Drama

Page: 280

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This volume contains three plays by John Godber: "Bouncers", "Happy Families", and "Shakers".
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Theatre West Four - So Far As I Can Remember Volume 3

Author: John Anthony Nicholls

Publisher: Paragon Publishing

ISBN: 1782223541

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 238

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"It was the best of times, it was the best of times," to paraphrase Dickens' famous line. That was the experience of the few youthful hopefuls who founded an amazing tradition all those years ago. It was the experience too of the many who happened upon or sought out Theatre West Four and joined up to become faithful supporters and contributors. It became - for most of them - the centre of their social activity and natural supplier of entertainment; the highlight of each week. Too strong a statement? Read Tony Nicholl's wonderful discourse on the life and times of TW4 and discover more.
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The Granny

Author: Brendan O'Carroll

Publisher: The O'Brien Press

ISBN: 1847175414

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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The final book in the Agnes Browne trilogy. At forty-seven years of age Agnes, now thirteen years happily widowed, enters the 1980s with a fruit stall in Moore Street, a French lover and six children, five of them in their twenties. Becoming a grandmother is a terrible shock to her system, especially as Agnes suffers every one of her daughter-in-law's labour pains! And as the family expands so do the problems -one son's inevitable brush with the law, the heartbreak of emigration. But Agnes Browne is nothing if not a fighter, and she squares her shoulders, offers up a quick one to her departed pal, Marion, and sets about getting things back on an even keel - or as even as things ever get in the Brown household! The same quick-fire dialogue, hilarious humour and great characterisation as in Brendan's bestselling The Mammy, filmed as Agnes Browne by Angelica Huston, and the BAFTA-winning TV series Mrs Brown’s Boys.
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The Best Plays

Author: Otis L. Guernsey,Jeffrey Sweet

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Drama

Page: 589

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Covers plays produced in New York, awards, information on productions, prizes, people, and publications, and the editors' choices of the ten best plays, presented with script excerpts
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Bouncers

Author: John Godber

Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc

ISBN: 9780822201380

Category: Drama

Page: N.A

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THE STORY: Staged with extreme simplicity, the play takes place in a provincial discotheque--the Saturday night haunt of England's disaffected youth. Using the device of four tuxedoed male bouncers (who also become a variety of other characters) t
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Godber Plays: 2

Teechers; Happy Jack; September in the Rain; Salt of the Earth

Author: John Godber

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1472536460

Category: Drama

Page: 304

View: 8799

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"John Godber is one of the unsung heroes of British theatre, reaching the giddy heights of number three in the most-performed playwrights league table, nestled in behind Shakespeare and Ayckbourn" - Guardian Teechers: "In a class of its own ... Godber takes a hard-hitting look at life in a modern comprehensive where class conflicts, teacher tantrums and cavorting chaos runs riot through the corridors" The Express Happy Jack: "Godber manages with an affectionate and unerringly accurate ear for the tongues of the pit village to turn these two into a Chaucerian kind of celebration of life. At the end of the line the play is a sad, bruised but richly comic love story" Guardian September in the Rain: "The work of a genuinely talented playwright" Evening Standard Salt of the Earth: "John Godber has a special gift for capturing the lives and inner turmoil of the working class ... In the most subtle and incisive ways, he suggests how the combination of innate personality and a changing society determines individual destiny" Chicago Times
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