Gotcha! & Bazaar and Rummage
Gotcha by Barrie Keefe
This play (part of a trilogy) takes a cynical look at a school-leaver with no apparent prospects and the mutual mistrust that arises between him and two teachers who are having an affair. It is an uneasy relationship that threatens to break out into violence.
Bazaar and Rummage by Sue Townsend
When you come to think of it, a jumble sale is a natural setting for comedy; if it is organised by two amateur social workers and their agoraphobic 'patients, the result is predictably hilarious, but with sympathetic characterisation.
- The Kid
- BAZAAR AND RUMMAGE