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Hard Fruit

Hard Fruit

Jim Cartwright

ISBN: 9780413748201

A new play by Jim Cartwright premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in March 2000

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A new play by Jim Cartwright premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in March 2000 From the author of Road and The Rise and Fall of Little Voice comes a new play about life in the North. Sump and Choke are the Little and Large of the local pub. They are friends who have bonded together though a shared passion for the martial arts. What happens to them during their bonding exercises surprises them both. Jim Cartwright's comic drama looks at two northern hard men and explores the idea of masculinity in an age when every certainty is in doubt.He's large as life at the star and garter Saturday afternoons. He bit a pool ball in half last week. He might be a hundred years old but he's the same as ever. A rough tuff puff.
Jim Cartwright

Jim Cartwright

Jim Cartwright lives in Lancashire, where he was born. Road, his first play, opened at the Royal Court Theatre in 1986, was revived again at the Royal Court that same year, and again in 1987, before being taken on a nationwide tour. It won the Samuel Beckett Award, Drama magazine’s Best New Play Award and was joint winner of the George Devine Award and the Plays and Players’ Best New Play ... view full profile

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