Unravelling the Ribbon

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Nick Hern Books, 2007 - Drama - 56 pages
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Unravelling the Ribbon is a moving, frequently hilarious Irish play for three women about the daily reality of breast cancer. Rosie, in her mid-thirties, with two kids and married to a farmer, discovers a lump in her breast. The things that happen then--chemotherapy, mastectomy, radiotherapy--are narrated with gripping immediacy.

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UNRAVELLING THE RIBBON

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Kelly stars in and White directs their play about Irish women and the effects of breast cancer on their lives. First set to the stage in Dublin in October 2007. For health collections and libraries where plays circulate well. Read full review

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The story of three Irish women, Lola in her fifties, Rose in her thirties and Rose's daughter Lyndsey who's eleven and the changes in their lives caused by breast cancer. It may not sound it, but it's ... Read full review

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