Kiss Me Like You Mean it

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Oberon, 2001 - Drama - 98 pages
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Three a.m. on a hot midsummer's night in Manchester. A party taking place in a shabby Victorian terrace house. In the back garden Tony and Ruth meet, thanks to a stolen can of beer. On the floor above, Don and Edie are having a party of their own.
As the night progresses, love is definitely in the air - but then so is the smell of cheap lager. And even cheaper aftershave.

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User Review  - Doug Gordy - Goodreads

Wanted to read something by Chibnall after seeing his excellent work on the TV series 'Broadchurch'. This early play certainly didn't disappoint - terrific dialogue, intriguing characters, funny and ... Read full review


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