Between a Man and a Woman & F*ckingLifeMate

Between a Man and a Woman & F*ckingLifeMate : The Plays of Scott James

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Different ways of life aren't so far away from ours...

"Between a Man and a Woman" is a gripping, thrilling and heartbreaking story of domestic abuse. A fast paced drama that questions if abuse is a learned behavior or something that is within us? It gives us an insight into what happens behind closed doors and whether that is actually just between husband and wife or whether it involves a larger number of people.

"F*ckingLifeMate" is an outrageous dark comedy. How does the area in which we grow up affect us? If what you see is what you know, does that mark your card from the start? The play follows Kirsty, a girl growing up on an estate in Thamesmead in South East London, trapped in the welfare system. Crime rate is high, teenage pregnancy is common and being gay is still not okay. Kirsty and her friends maneuver their way through this way of life, whilst dealing with their troublesome families and home-lives.

The first fully staged production of "Between a Man and a Woman" premiered at The Bread & Roses Theatre in 2017 and "F*ckingLifeMate" had its world premiere at The Bread & Roses Theatre in 2018.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 148 x 210 x 8mm | 195g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1912504006
  • 9781912504008
  • 40,981

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Reviews of performances of "Between a Man and a Woman":

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - "immensely gripping story." - Spy in the Stalls
⭐⭐⭐⭐- "Sometimes intense. Sometimes poignant. Always gripping." - LondonTheatre1
⭐⭐⭐⭐ - "A poignant and powerful theatre piece." - RemoteGoat
"James' play is a valuable and interesting one, that takes an unflinching look at domestic violence and highlights how and why it continues to happen." - ReviewsHub
"Intense and heartbreaking...A poignant and unsettling piece of work. Is truly food for thought." - Miro Magazine
"James' play widens our understanding as well as the difficulties in finding the solution." - Breaking The Fourth Wall
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