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Love, Love, Love
Imprint: Methuen Drama
Paperback, 136 pages ISBN: 9781472574732Publication Date:
21 May 2015
Size: 198mm x 129mm£10.99
First Staged:
Paines Plough UK tour, 2010

Love, Love, Love

By Mike Bartlett

Paperback £10.99

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Are baby boomers to blame for the fact that their children's generation is debt-ridden and adrift? Love, Love, Love takes on the baby boomer generation as it retires, and finds it full of trouble.

It's 1967. Kenneth and Sandra know the world is changing and they want some of it. Smoking, drinking, affectionate and paranoid, they journey forty years from initial burst to full bloom.

Their children, on the other hand, bitterly rail against their parents' irresponsibility and their relaxed, laissez-faire attitude.

Love, Love, Love was first staged by Paines Plough in 2010.

This Methuen Drama edition features an introduction by James Grieve, who directed the play's first production.

Press Quotes

'Mike Bartlett's bang-on-the-money new play'

Daily Telegraph

'Bartlett does the clash of generational world views with a devastating precision'

Guardian
Imprint: Methuen Drama
Paperback, 136 pages ISBN: 9781472574732Publication Date:
21 May 2015
Size: 198mm x 129mm£10.99

Also by Mike Bartlett:

Doctor Foster: The Scripts
Game
King Charles III (special edition)
Wild
An Intervention
Bull
Cock
Snowflake
Vassa
My Child
Contractions
Artefacts
Earthquakes in London
Albion
King Charles III
13
Not Talking
Medea (Headlong version)

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