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Smalltown By Douglas Maxwell

Smalltown by Douglas Maxwell

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Summary

An innovative new twist on an original comedy.

Smalltown Summary

Smalltown by Douglas Maxwell

Something has been put in the water. Things are about to get a whole lot crazy. And you decide how it ends... Smalltown is the new dynamic comedy written by leading Scots writers Douglas Maxwell, D.C. Jackson and Johnny McKnight. It tells the unexpected tales of what happens when a polluted water supply causes extraordinary events to happen to ordinary people - from Zombies in the frozen food aisle, to oversexed teenagers releasing the animal within, to a dangerous game of Russian Roulette on Girvan beach. The show has three possible endings. You, the audience, vote on which ending you want, making for a truly memorable evening of entertainment. Smalltown - expect the unexpected! A thrilling and downright hilarious rollercoaster of a show from the company that brought you the five-star Promises Promises and the Little Johnny trilogy.

Smalltown Reviews

"a deliriously funny two-hander everyone went home with the kind of daft grin you get from eating too many sweets." The Guardian "a blast of saucy seaside postcard humour, a romp through Ayrshire dialect and a sideways swipe at the classic zombie movie The humour is bawdy, and the cast shift roles with aplomb. Random Accomplice demonstrate their versatility and their clear connection to the west coast, creating a cheerful chase through Ayrshire's hidden treasures." The Stage "Three of Scotland's best contemporary playwrights It's all the most preposterous nonsense and the lightest if thistledown Great fun all round." Robert Dawson Scott, The Times "A riot of willfully outrageous nonsense a rip-roaring excuse for an anarchically OTT compendium of bawdily madcap, genitally obsessed postmodern fun." Neil Cooper, The Herald "An often hilarious and uproarious evening of stage comedy. A right rollicking night out." Mark Brown, Sunday Herald "An affectionate parody of the portmanteau horror films popularised by Amicus in the 1960s the off-the-wall humour and bawdy set pieces mean it's never less than great fun." Allan Radcliffe, List
"a deliriously funny two-hander... everyone went home with the kind of daft grin you get from eating too many sweets."-The Guardian "a blast of saucy seaside postcard humour, a romp through Ayrshire dialect and a sideways swipe at the classic zombie movie... The humour is bawdy, and the cast shift roles with aplomb. Random Accomplice demonstrate their versatility and their clear connection to the west coast, creating a cheerful chase through Ayrshire's hidden treasures."-The Stage "Three of Scotland's best contemporary playwrights... It's all the most preposterous nonsense and the lightest if thistledown... Great fun all round." -Robert Dawson Scott, The Times "A riot of willfully outrageous nonsense... a rip-roaring excuse for an anarchically OTT compendium of bawdily madcap, genitally obsessed postmodern fun."-Neil Cooper, The Herald "An often hilarious and uproarious evening of stage comedy. A right rollicking night out."-Mark Brown, Sunday Herald "An affectionate parody of the portmanteau horror films popularised by Amicus in the 1960s... the off-the-wall humour and bawdy set pieces mean it's never less than great fun."-Allan Radcliffe, List

About Douglas Maxwell

Douglas Maxwell is one of the most popular and produced playwrights in Scotland. His other plays include Our Bad Magnet, If Destroyed True, Promises Promises and The Miracle Man. His Plays for Young People include Decky Does A Bronco, Helmet, Mancub and The Mother Ship. All are published by Oberon Books.

Additional information

GOR011233052
9781849430289
1849430284
Smalltown by Douglas Maxwell
Used - Like New
Paperback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
2011-02-15
104
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