Lost
First Staged:
Bush Theatre, London, 1986; West End 1999

Lost

By Robert Holman

The second play in Robert Holman's acclaimed trilogy of short plays, Making Noise Quietly.

It is 1987. May Appleton, whose son is serving in the Falklands, receives the visit that every mother dreads. 

Making Noise Quietly was first performed at the Bush Theatre, London, in June 1986.

Press Quotes

'Holman's instinct for truth, and an unaffected ability to spot what's poignant in it, is what one remembers: that, and a paradoxical impression of spare richness, astringent abundance...'

The Times

Also by Robert Holman:

Holes in the Skin
The Lodger
Making Noise Quietly (short play)
Jonah and Otto
A Breakfast of Eels
Bad Weather
German Skerries
Today
Robert Holman Plays: One
Making Noise Quietly: three short plays
Other Worlds
The Overgrown Path
Being Friends
Mud
The Natural Cause

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