By Simon Stephens
A woman growing to be up in a battered a part of Stockport in a battered time on the finish of the Seventies falls in love with the fellow who will holiday her center right into a thousand items.
Blindsided is a shocking and romantic play approximately warped love, jealousy, and broken lives, spanning from the beginnings of the Thatcher govt in 1979 to the beginning of recent Labour in 1997.
This variation good points an creation through Dr Jacqueline Bolton.
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Blindsided (Modern Plays) by Simon Stephens