Trust
Paperback, 85 pages ISBN: 9781854594433Publication Date:
26 Mar 1999
Size: 211mm x 149mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
First Staged:
Royal Court Theatre, London 1999

Trust

By Gary Mitchell

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A play about the bonds of trust in a tight-knit Loyalist community, and how easily they are shattered, from the multi-award winning writer of The Force of Change.

Geordie is a UDA godfather on the Rathcoole estate in Belfast. He is unemployed but receives supplicants for 'jobs'. His diffident 15-year-old son, stunted by living in his shadow, is being bullied at school: Geordie and his tough-talking wife, Margaret, differ over the approach to take - he wants to ignore the problem, she wants to arrange a punishment beating. When he is approached for help by a British Army 'special' with an plan to go on the make, the trust begins to unravel.

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'What he has to tell us about the world is sobering, informative and theatrically gripping'

Guardian
Paperback, 85 pages ISBN: 9781854594433Publication Date:
26 Mar 1999
Size: 211mm x 149mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)

Also by Gary Mitchell:

Loyal Women
The Force of Change
As the Beast Sleeps
Tearing the Loom & In a Little World of Our Own
The Force of Change (Bin End Stock)
Tearing the Loom
In a Little World of Our Own

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