|Author||PLOWMAN, Gillian - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author|
|Synopsis||Crooked Wood is a black comedy about a bunch of ruthless property developerswho find themselves faced with an elderly lady who refuses to move out from the last remaining house on their prime site. Andrew Veitch, the smooth-talking iron fist of Golden Future, cannot budge intrepid Miss Barwick whose conviction that Veitch has come to restore her rotting stairs and floorboards and mend the holes in the roof generates the soft-centered humour.|
|Cast||6 (minimum 6)|
|Production||An adaptiation of Michael Palin's screenplay No 27. Produced at the King's Head in 1991 starring Joe McGann and Eleanor Summerfield.
|Status||Available for performance|
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Gillian Plowman's writing receives wide recognition for its ability to entertain and to handle important and sensitive topics with humour and insight. Many of Gillian's one act and one full length play have been published and they are constantly being performed in festivals. Because they are challenging to perform and enjoyable to watch the release of each new play is eagerly awaited by an ever increasing circle of admirers.