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James Brough's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates
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Pool - City Of Culture, The?
Don't hold your breath. That misleading titular question, which makes this play sound eurocratic policy wonking, is going to be answered. Banish thoughts of urban regeneration, if Tate Liverpool does get a passing mention. For the Pool is an account of nothing more nor less than a and girl meeting cute-ish, and certainly sharp-ish, in the North-West. after some complicated shenanigans involving a one-night stand, cockney geezer David finds himself stranded without money for a fare home. In a betting shop to to maximise his meagre readies, gets chatting to local girl employee Tina She bunks off to show him city and before long these two lonely souls are on a cathedral roof treating each other to the more grating edges of their particular accents.
Fiona Mountford, evening Standard
written by James Brough And Helen Elizabeth
Leaves On the Track
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