A History of Falling Things

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A&C Black, Apr 23, 2009 - Drama - 64 pages
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'Oh, you do look...really good, though. You know. In the face.
Oh and, uh, I love you.'


Prisoners of their fear of falling things - keraunothetophobiacs - Jacqui and Robin are restricted to living indoors. When they meet online a relationship begins which forces them to confront their fear and discover what's real in their lives and what really matters.


A History of Falling Things, a new play by the acclaimed young playwright James Graham, is a gentle love story that is fearful, funny and moving. The play premiered at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Wales, in April 2009 before transferring to the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

 

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James Graham won a Pearson Award, one of the most prestigious awards for new writing in British theatre, in 2007 and was also nominated to the BBC and Royal Court programme for young writers. Methuen Drama have previously published two of his plays.

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