Out In The Open

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Bloomsbury Academic, Mar 15, 2001 - Drama - 128 pages
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The brilliant new play from the writer of Beautiful Thing

"What you don't know, don't hurt you"

Tony's ready to live-it-large and love again. But his efforts to step back on to the scene are hampered by a secret his friends, Monica and Kevin, should have told him a long time ago.

Out in the Open is a funny and caustic exploration of love and the limits of friendship set over a long, hazily hot summer weekend in London.
Directed by Kathy Burke, Out in the Open premiered at London's Hampstead Theatre in March 2001 and transferred to Birmingham Rep.

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Jonathan Harvey has written many award-winning plays and is one of today's hottest young writers. He wrote the screenplay for the film of his Beautiful Thing and other screenplays for Carlton and the BBC. He also has written the successful TV sitcom, Gimme Gimme Gimme.

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