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is Simon Stephensâ first play and, as the title suggests, the centre piece of the story is a Nissan Bluebird. The play follows Jimmy, a mini cab driver, on the course of one night as he picks up a variety of 'fares', each one sharing their own individual stories; from Robert whose daughter was stabbed to death, to Richard, disillusioned with life as an engineer on Londonâs underground to his own estranged wife Claire, forcing him to face his own demons. Bluebird
brilliantly displays Stephensâ concern with the constant battle between pessimism and that tiny fragment of hope.Performers Christien Anholt, Malcolm Freeman, Selina Giles, Lisa Gorgin, Mark Griffin, Jennifer Hannah, Emma Louise-Saunders, Nicholas Newman, Daniel O?Meara, Emma Saunders.
Author Simon Stephens. Company Two Shillings and Sixpence. Director Amanda Root.
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