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Victoria Woods Plays I : Talent / Good Fun / Pat & Margaret

by Victoria Wood

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0413729702, Paperback)

For the first time, a collection of Britain's top comedy performer's plays and TV scripts in one volume



This volume includes the Evening Standard award-winning play Talent 'Very funny - at times, too near the knicker-wetting degree' (Guardian) and her other stage play Good Fun ('. . . blisteringly funny one-liners' The Times), which both premiered at the Sheffield Crucible. Also includes her acclaimed television script Pat and Margaret which Time Out hailed as 'The most impressive thing that Wood has written.'

Introduced by Victoria Wood herself


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