Satin 'n' Steel

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Nick Hern Books, 2005 - Drama - 74 pages

A comic two-hander about the irresistible allure of showbusiness, from the author of Be My Baby.

A karaoke competition at the Rainworth Miners' Welfare Club brings together seasoned pro, Vince Steel, and talented beginner, Teena White, in an explosion of talent and creativity. He persuades her to form a duo and to to change her name. As the all-singing, all-dancing Satin 'n Steel, they set their sights of the big time. And as love blossoms, it seems nothing could go wrong. But a guilty secret threatens to jeopardise their designs on super-stardom...

'warm-hearted and emotionally astute' Guardian

'a script packed with hope, emotion, love, jealousy and sadness... a tasty offering' British Theatre Guide

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About the author (2005)

Amanda Whittington lives and works in Nottingham, where many of her plays have been set, notable Players Angels about the women workers at the Players Cigarette Factory in the fifties.

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