Bazaar & Rummage ; Groping for Words ; Womberang
A three-play volume in which Sue Townsend extracts comedy from the most painful social insights. The first concerns a neurotic do-gooder, the second is set in an adult literacy class and "Womberang" shows a free spirited girl bringing anarchy to the grim waiting room of a gynaecology clinic.
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