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Love Steals Us From Loneliness
A night out. Friends. Alcohol, a sh*t club, a strop - the usual. But tonight is different. Tonight will change things forever. When asked to respond to the infamous Bridgend suicides of 2007, Gary Owen wrote a play about his own experiences of being a teenager in a place which was described by Dylan Thomas as ?an Ugly-Lovely town'. Love Steals Us From Loneliness
is about growing up, being a teenager, dealing with life decisions and how life can sometimes surprise and disappoint you.
Archive :: production:T01304326641, play:S01509141714, venue:V1384579886
Part of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Graduate Director's Season. Running time: 1hr 30mins. Age recommendation 14+
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