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A SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.
Short Play, Drama
Boy with the Transistor Radio
by Willy Russell
Terry is leaving school with few prospects in his native
Liverpool. His father finds him a job in a local warehouse, but
Terry has other ideas. Living in a dream world promulgated by a
radio DJ to whom he listens constantly, Terry is convinced there is
something better and he makes an angry escape bid. This compelling,
compassionate play was transmitted on Thames Television. Contained
in the volume
Our Day Out and Other Plays (Oxford Playscripts)
with Our Day Out, Terraces, and I Read the News today, each of
which is also available in a single play edition. To apply for a
licence to perfom any of those three titles, please visit the page
for the individual play listing.
Willy Russell’s career spans more than four decades; born in Liverpool in 1947, he left school at 15 and became a women’s hairdresser and part-time singer/songwriter performing on the local folk scene before returning to education and becoming a teacher.
Whilst at St Katharine ...
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