Godchild

Cast: 2f (1 aged 19, 1 aged 40) 2m (aged 36 and 42)

Amateur rights performance fee: £75 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Paperback, 96 pages ISBN: 9781848423688Publication Date:
31 Oct 2013
Size: 198mm x 129mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
EPUB, 96 pages ISBN: 9781780013046Publication Date:
14 Nov 2013
£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
First Staged:
Hampstead Theatre, London, 2013

Godchild

By Deborah Bruce

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A sharp, dark comedy that explores the inescapable difference between feeling 19 and being 19.

Lou is getting on with her life, carefree and without ties. But this abruptly comes to a halt when her 19-year-old god-daughter Minnie moves in to take up a place at university. Minnie's arrival shines a harsh light into the corners of Lou's life – revealing it to be not as it seems. Her relationships are complicated, her neighbours are closing in on her, and the clock is ticking. What does it mean to be a grown up?

Deborah Bruce's play Godchild premiered at Hampstead Theatre in October 2013, directed by Michael Attenborough.

Cast: 2f (1 aged 19, 1 aged 40) 2m (aged 36 and 42)

Amateur rights performance fee: £75 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

Paperback, 96 pages ISBN: 9781848423688Publication Date:
31 Oct 2013
Size: 198mm x 129mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
EPUB, 96 pages ISBN: 9781780013046Publication Date:
14 Nov 2013
£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)

Also by Deborah Bruce:

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Joanne
The House They Grew Up In
The Distance

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