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Good Things

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“The artful way Liz Lochhead takes us there in her delightful new play is as funny, as touching, and yet as emotionally true as anything this supremely humane writer has yet produced.”—The Times (London)

A new romantic comedy from “Scotland’s greatest dramatist” (Scotland on Sunday), this was a massive hit at Glasgow’s Tron Theatre and toured the U.K. in 2004.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Nick Hern Books
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Shelves: drama
A decent play though a bit too safe.
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Well, be prepared to laugh, cry, laugh and then start again. So, this is what goes on in all those charity shops.
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Liz Lochhead is a Scottish poet and dramatist, originally from Newarthill in North Lanarkshire. In the early 1970s she joined Philip Hobsbaum's writers' group, a crucible of creative activity - other members were Alasdair Gray, James Kelman and Tom Leonard. Her plays include Blood and Ice, Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off (1987), Perfect Days (2000) and a highly acclaimed adaptation in ...more
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