by Chloe Moss
A family show down ensues when 60 year old Margaret refuses point blank to go to LONDON to visit her son Michael because of the electricity black out.
By Ruth Collett
A YORKshire hairdressing salon is the unlikely setting for a debate about the 'gay gene' and Victorian phrenology.
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By Linda McLean
An eerie Mars landscape is the setting for this unusual encounter between Spirit, the new, sharp American space probe and Beagle 2, its SLEEPy British counterpart.
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By Rebecca Prichard
The day after Harold Shipman commits suicide, Mary remembers the day she rescued her friend Sylvia from his clutches.
The Morning After
A new series of short plays by women writers inspired by recent news headlines - five personal responses to the bigger
4/5. A Good Doctor
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By Winsome Pinnock
A marriage of convenience is transformed when the prospective bride and groom experience a crisis of conscience when they hear about the Chinese cocklers tragedy in Morecambe Bay.
Peter....Segun Lee French
A series of short plays by women writers inspired by recent news headlines - five personal responses to the bigger picture.
5/5. Something Borrowed