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Love, Loss and Chianti - A Scattering/The Song of Lunch archiveA Scattering - Reid's award-winning lyrical narrative, written in response to the death of his wife, articulates beautifully emotions which most of us find hard to express. It won the Costa Book of the Year Award in 2009. Performed with original composition for viola and cello by Tom Smail. The Song of Lunch - A lunch at an Italian restaurant in Soho - an attempt to rekindle an old flame. As the wine flows, nostalgia gives way to something closer to the truth. Poignant and hilarious, The Song of Lunch is a superbly crafted drama of a disastrous date. Performed with an animated setting by the Daily Telegraph's Alex cartoonist Charles Peattie.
Performers Caroline Faber, Christopher Reid.
Author Christopher Reid. Corporate Sponsor ITD Consultants. Presented by Thirty/20 Theatre (in association with Chichester Festival Theatre). Adapted by Robert Bathurst. Director Jason Morell. Music Tom Smail. Other Charles Peattie (illustration). Design Timothy Bird. Design Timothy Bird (video).

Love, Loss and Chianti - A Scattering/The Song of Lunch

Love, Loss and Chianti - A Scattering/The Song of Lunch (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01801062227. Details of all Love, Loss and Chianti - A Scattering/The Song of Lunch archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1930760924

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