Minimum Wages

Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

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20070129"Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

1/5. Some Kind of Normal

By Katie Hims.

When Marylin is thrown out of her marital home and goes to work for the first time in 30 years, she discovers the minimum wage doesn't sustain even modest living expenses. Rescue comes in the form of a cash-in-hand job and an unexpected friendship.

Followed by News."

20070129Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

1/5. Some Kind of Normal

By Katie Hims.

When Marylin is thrown out of her marital home and goes to work for the first time in 30 years, she discovers the minimum wage doesn't sustain even modest living expenses. Rescue comes in the form of a cash-in-hand job and an unexpected friendship.

Followed by News.

20070129Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

1/5. Some Kind of Normal

By Katie Hims.

When Marylin is thrown out of her marital home and goes to work for the first time in 30 years, she discovers the minimum wage doesn't sustain even modest living expenses. Rescue comes in the form of a cash-in-hand job and an unexpected friendship.

Followed by News.

20070130Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

2/5. Amateur Girl

By Amanda Whittington.

Julie works as a hospital auxiliary until the matron discovers she is moonlighting as a sex worker to make ends meet.

Followed by News.

20070130Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

2/5. Amateur Girl

By Amanda Whittington.

Julie works as a hospital auxiliary until the matron discovers she is moonlighting as a sex worker to make ends meet.

Followed by News.

20070131"Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

3/5. Beautiful Henry

By Lucy Catherine.

Julie is pregnant, broke and late for her job as a night shift cleaner in a town centre office block. When she gets there, events take a surreal turn when her vacuum cleaner starts to speak.

Followed by News."

20070131Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

3/5. Beautiful Henry

By Lucy Catherine.

Julie is pregnant, broke and late for her job as a night shift cleaner in a town centre office block. When she gets there, events take a surreal turn when her vacuum cleaner starts to speak.

Followed by News.

20070131Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

3/5. Beautiful Henry

By Lucy Catherine.

Julie is pregnant, broke and late for her job as a night shift cleaner in a town centre office block. When she gets there, events take a surreal turn when her vacuum cleaner starts to speak.

Followed by News.

20070201"Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

4/5. Caring

By Charlie Boucher

Eighteen-year-old Kellie is an agency carer, earning a pittance and trying to save up to go to university. Could the relationship with the elderly lady she looks after change her fortune?

Followed by News."

20070201Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

4/5. Caring

By Charlie Boucher

Eighteen-year-old Kellie is an agency carer, earning a pittance and trying to save up to go to university. Could the relationship with the elderly lady she looks after change her fortune?

Followed by News.

20070201Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

4/5. Caring

By Charlie Boucher

Eighteen-year-old Kellie is an agency carer, earning a pittance and trying to save up to go to university. Could the relationship with the elderly lady she looks after change her fortune?

Followed by News.

20070202"Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

5/5. Gutted

By Louise Ironside.

On a Friday afternoon in a fish factory on the east coast of Scotland, Lena is waiting to get paid so that she can buy a plane ticket back home to Poland. Then she opens her wage packet.

Followed by News."

20070202Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

5/5. Gutted

By Louise Ironside.

On a Friday afternoon in a fish factory on the east coast of Scotland, Lena is waiting to get paid so that she can buy a plane ticket back home to Poland. Then she opens her wage packet.

Followed by News.

20070202Series of plays exploring the consequences of life on the minimum wage.

5/5. Gutted

By Louise Ironside.

On a Friday afternoon in a fish factory on the east coast of Scotland, Lena is waiting to get paid so that she can buy a plane ticket back home to Poland. Then she opens her wage packet.

Followed by News.

01Some Kind Of Normal 20070129"

By Katie Hims.

When Marylin is thrown out of her marital home and goes to work for the first time in 30 years, she discovers the minimum wage doesn't sustain even modest living expenses.

Rescue comes in the form of a cash-in-hand job and an unexpected friendship."

01Some Kind Of Normal 20070129By Katie Hims.

When Marylin is thrown out of her marital home and goes to work for the first time in 30 years, she discovers the minimum wage doesn't sustain even modest living expenses.

Rescue comes in the form of a cash-in-hand job and an unexpected friendship.

02Amateur Girl20070130By Amanda Whittington.

Julie works as a hospital auxiliary until the matron discovers she is moonlighting as a sex worker to make ends meet.

03Beautiful Henry 20070131"By Lucy Catherine.

Julie is pregnant, broke and late for her job as a night shift cleaner in a town centre office block.

When she gets there, events take a surreal turn when her vacuum cleaner starts to speak."

03Beautiful Henry 20070131By Lucy Catherine.

Julie is pregnant, broke and late for her job as a night shift cleaner in a town centre office block.

When she gets there, events take a surreal turn when her vacuum cleaner starts to speak.

04Caring20070201"By Charlie Boucher

Eighteen-year-old Kellie is an agency carer, earning a pittance and trying to save up to go to university.

Could the relationship with the elderly lady she looks after change her fortune?"

04Caring20070201By Charlie Boucher

Eighteen-year-old Kellie is an agency carer, earning a pittance and trying to save up to go to university.

Could the relationship with the elderly lady she looks after change her fortune?

05 LASTGutted20070202"By Louise Ironside.

On a Friday afternoon in a fish factory on the east coast of Scotland, Lena is waiting to get paid so that she can buy a plane ticket back home to Poland.

Then she opens her wage packet."

05 LASTGutted20070202By Louise Ironside.

On a Friday afternoon in a fish factory on the east coast of Scotland, Lena is waiting to get paid so that she can buy a plane ticket back home to Poland.

Then she opens her wage packet.