Our New Girl
Paperback, 152 pages ISBN: 9781848422230Publication Date:
12 Jan 2012
Size: 198mm x 129mm£10.99 £8.79You save £2.20 (20%)
Titles included:
Little Dolls
First Staged:
Bush Theatre, London, 2012

Our New Girl

By Nancy Harris

Paperback £10.99£8.79

On Stage at:
Gate Theatre, Dublin
From Thu 27 Feb 2020 to Sat 21 Mar 2020

A startling psychological drama about the darker side of modern parenthood.

Behind the shiny door of Hazel Robinson's immaculate London home, things aren't as good as they look. Her plastic surgeon husband, Richard, has embarked on his latest charitable mission to Haiti, leaving the heavily pregnant Hazel to cope with a failing business and a problem son. When a professional nanny arrives unannounced on her doorstep, Hazel finds her home under the shadow of a seemingly perfect stranger, and one who has an agenda of her own.

Nancy Harris's play Our New Girl was first performed at the Bush Theatre, London, in 2012.

This volume also includes her short play Little Dolls, first performed as part of the Bush Theatre's Broken Space season in 2008.

Press Quotes

'Mercilessly accurate... this fiendish little play is spot-on'

Daily Mail

'Both gripping and deeply unsettling'

Daily Telegraph

'A wonderful sly, sharp humour and thematic subtlety'

Paperback, 152 pages ISBN: 9781848422230Publication Date:
12 Jan 2012
Size: 198mm x 129mm£10.99 £8.79You save £2.20 (20%)

Also by Nancy Harris:

Two Ladies
Little Dolls
The Beacon
The Red Shoes (stage version)
Love in a Glass Jar
No Romance

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