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Crooked Wood

Crooked Wood

Gillian Plowman

ISBN: 9781840028799

A black comedy about ruthless property developers. Opened at the Jermyn Street Theatre, London, in September 2008.

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Based on the television film "Number 27" by Michael PalinFirst shown on the BBC, 23rd October 1988 "Crooked Wood" is a black comedy about ruthless property developers cashing in on the property demand around the London Olympic site, who then find themselves faced with an elderly lady refusing to move out from the last remaining house on their prime site. Andrew Veitch, the smooth-talking iron fist of Golden Future, cannot budge the intrepid Miss Barwick whose conviction that Veitch has come to restore her rotting stairs and floorboards and mend the holes in the roof generates the play's soft-centred humour.
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