...and Bert (musical 1974)
*Death of a Young Man (play 1974)
*Breezeblock Park (play 1975)
*Our Day Out (made-for-TV film 1976, musical stage version, 1983)
*One for the Road (play 1976)
*I Read The News Today (BBC Schools Radio Play, 1976)
*Stags and Hens (1978 play and film)
*Educating ... Read review
ean 9780435233013 title our day out sku st 0435233017 product category books comics ... more
magazines about speedy hen ltd by continuing with this checkout and ordering from speedy hen you are accepting our current terms and conditions details of which can be found by clicking here author s willy russell country of publication united kingdom date of publication 03 09 1993 educational level uk school key stage 4 format hardback genre level 1 children s young adult educational genre level 2 school textboo
Studio Scripts - Our Day Out and Other Plays Our Day Out and other plays is a stimulating ... more
collection of four of Willy Russell's most popular scripts. With a wit that is distinctly Liverpudlian, he gives us not only an insight into many of today's social problems but also evokes our sympathy for some of life's losers. Full description
"I have an affinity with Willy Russell as he was born in the same hospital as me In Whiston !!! I also saw one of his earlier plays about the Beatles (John, Paul, George, Ringo and Bert) in The Everyman Theatre in Liverpool.
It is hard to say which of his plays he is best known for - personally I would say 'Blood Brothers' but others may go for 'Educating Rita' or 'Shirley Valentine'.
It is very hard to choose as all his work is full of his ..."
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Entertaining to watch, good characters, short length, lots of music
lots of music, unbelievable plot, far-fetched activities
"...or well written of plays, Our Day Out still manages to provide plenty of fun for the family (?). Based in a 70s Liverpool, a group of difficult school kids are taken on a rather interesting school trip. With the likes of Reilly and Digga(the class bullies) on the trip, nothing is going to be simple, and the Liverpudlians live up to their stereotypical nature and manage to nick most of the sweets from a sweet shop, and then round it all up by nicking ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: somewhat helpful