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May 18 , 2009

Passing Places (NHB Modern Plays)


A road movie for the stage, this play follows Alex and Brian on their trip from dislocation to location.

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'tremendous new comedy' - Herald

'Greenhorn conveys all the wonders and frustrations of life on the road. Passing Places is another in a growing body of Scottish plays seeking out answers to a spiritual lack with grace and good humour' - Guardian

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