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A full moon rises over a windswept cottage in the middle of nowhere Children are in bed wine is breathing nicely and the dinner is in the oven. It's Gordon and Celia's wedding anniversary. They've asked their oldest and dearest friends Zach and Jane down from London. The only problem is that Zach and Jane aren't Zach and Jane anymore. Jane has gone and Julia, the twenty five year old, French burlesque dancer, has taken her place. What starts as a simple celebration quickly unravels with one revelation after another until we become aware that no one has been telling the truth to anyone about anything for a very long time. Written entirely in his characteristic verse by 6 Music poet in residence Murray Lachlan Young The Incomers will have you gasping and roaring with laughter in equal measures!
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Written entirely in his characteristic verse by 6 Music poet in residence Murray Lachlan Young The Incomers will have you gasping and roaring with laughter in equal measures! Suitable for ages 14+ The Brewery
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