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Hannah and Hanna By John Retallack

Hannah and Hanna
by John Retallack

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Hannah and Hanna Summary

Hannah and Hanna by John Retallack

It is 1999. Hannah is sixteen. She loves karaoke and her bloke Bullfrog; she hates her home town of Margate and the Kosovan asylum-seekers who have come to live there. Hanna is also sixteen. She loves karaoke, loves Margate - and is one of the asylum-seekers. Slowly and unexpectedly, the two become friends, Hannah being forced to face up to her prejudices. This play for two young women addresses important issues through comedy, personal drama and the uniting power of music.

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Hannah and Hanna Reviews

"timely and significant... (the) simple staging is beautifully assured and well-crafted, particularly in its seamless knitting-together of music and action... it offers a notably sharp, thoughtful pen-portrait of new wave British fascism... finally the sheer human ordinariness of (the girls') teen friendship, set against so much hatred, is tremendously moving." Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman"

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Hannah and Hanna by John Retallack
John Retallack
French's Acting Editions
Used - Very Good
Samuel French Ltd
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