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takes the anniversary of the publication of Madame Bovary - a novel that scandalized France - as the starting point for this tragi-comic love story. In the sticky, polyester heat of summer on a Devonshire trading estate Emma Barnicott dreams of a life beyond the dusty venetian blinds of her office. Voicemails unanswered, bills unopened, Emma whiles away the tedious hours looking at luxury honeymoons for her imaginary marriage to a man she's never met. When her online lover suggests meeting, Emma's elaborate web of debt and deceit begins to pull her stable world apart.
Archive :: production:T01378027349, play:S07643246, venue:V1384579886
Preceded by Daily Dismissals, a short play by Christine Roberts The Brewery
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