Sue Townsend

You, Me and Wii (NHB Modern Plays)

A play set in a council house in a small Leicestershire town. Vincent's skiing on the Wii, Sheila's feeding her great-granddaughter McKenzie, and Kerry's getting on with the ironing. None of them are planning on voting in the election, but when Selina Snow rings the doorbell to canvas, perhaps she can change their minds, or they can change hers.
This play was first staged at the Traverse Theatre, in 2010 as part of the Women, Power & Politi season.
'Sue Townsend returns to the theatre on glorious form with a gruesome canvassing comedy' –
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  • gpetrenko1has quoted8 years ago
    skim the surface
  • Maria Ignatovahas quoted9 years ago
    She can’t be a slapper! She ain’t thirty-five yet!
  • Maria Ignatovahas quoted9 years ago
    SELINA (to COURTNEY). Do you read?
    COURTNEY. I could read when I were six.
    SELINA. But do you read now?
    COURTNEY. Course I can. You don’t forget how to read.

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