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Mud
Ebook, 90 pages ISBN: 9781788502320Publication Date:
25 Jul 2019
£4.99 £3.99You save £1.00 (20%)
First Staged:
Royal Court Theatre, London, 1974

Mud

By Robert Holman

Ebook £4.99£3.99

A group of lonely people converge on the North Yorkshire moors, in Robert Holman's first full-length play.

George, recently retired and grieving for his wife, has come on holiday to fish. Harold, son of the local squire, has come to shoot. Alan and Pauline have come to escape prying eyes.

Hopes, dreams and fears play out in a Beckettian landscape as RAF fighter planes tear across the sky.

Robert Holman's play Mud was first performed at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in August 1974 under the title Taking Stock.

Mud is also available in the volume Robert Holman Plays: One.

‘Stagnant. It’s stagnant. Seen more life in a dead rabbit.’

Ebook,90 pages ISBN: 9781788502320Publication Date:
25 Jul 2019
£4.99 £3.99You save £1.00 (20%)

Also by Robert Holman:

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

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