Simon Stephens(Methuen)

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We're just the least lucky girls in all the world.

All three of us.

You and me and Ruthy have been given a big sad spoon of bad luck.

A girl growing up in a battered part of Stockport in a battered time at the end of the Seventies falls in love with the man who will break her heart into a thousand pieces.

Blindsided is a surprising and romantic play about warped love, jealousy, and damaged lives, spanning from the beginnings of the Thatcher Government in 1979 to the birth of New Labour in 1997.

This edition features an introduction by Dr Jacqueline Bolton.


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