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Rita, Sue and Bob Too/A State Affair

Rita, Sue and Bob Too/A State Affair (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1719035582. Details of all Rita, Sue and Bob Too/A State Affair archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1782722185

Archive Listings

5 Dec 00
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13 Jan 01
Soho Theatre
Inner London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive
28 Nov 00
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2 Dec 00
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Plymouth, Devon
Performance Details => Venue archive
7 Nov 00
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11 Nov 00
Oxford Playhouse
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

Rita, Sue and Bob Too/A State Affair archiveRita, Sue and Bob Too (Bradford 1982). A State Affair (Today's stories Yorkshire, 2000). Sharp, funny and disarmingly direct, Andrea Dunbar's semi-autobiographical Rita, Sue and Bob Too follows the lives of two feisty schoolgirls who grow up on a Bradford estate and start an affair with a married man. A comic classic Rita, Sue and Bob Too caught the mood of the early Thatcher years and became widely recognised as a marker of its time. Eighteen years later, life on Britain's council estates is back in the spotlight as reports of a hidden underclass begin to emerge. In the summer of 2000, Max Stafford-Clark and Out of Joint's actors journeyed back to the estates around Bradford and Leeds where Andrea Dunbar grew up. A State Affair is a record of what they found - has life there changed since the 1980's, or for that matter the 1880's? This production contains scenes and language which may offend some people.

Creatives/Company

Author(s): Andrea Dunbar, Robin Soans
Company(s): Out of Joint, Everyman and Playhouse, Soho Theatre Company
Director: Max Stafford-Clark

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.
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