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The Sound of Heavy Rain By Penelope Skinner,

  • Title: The Sound of Heavy Rain
  • Author: Penelope Skinner
  • ISBN: 9780571287666
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Paperback
  • Laughing Talking Hours in cafes drinking coffee Chatting about boys Girls Romance Sharing a plate of chips It was one of those friendshipsI don t know how to explainkeLove.Cabaret singer Foxie O Hara vanished two weeks ago from Mrs Whistle s Lodge That very same night, Foxie s friend Maggie Brown announced her engagement to local businessman Dougal CheesLaughing Talking Hours in cafes drinking coffee Chatting about boys Girls Romance Sharing a plate of chips It was one of those friendshipsI don t know how to explainkeLove.Cabaret singer Foxie O Hara vanished two weeks ago from Mrs Whistle s Lodge That very same night, Foxie s friend Maggie Brown announced her engagement to local businessman Dougal Cheese Desperate to find her missing friend, Maggie seeks the help of private eye Dabrowski To unravel the mystery of Foxie s disappearance, Dabrowski must try to uncover both women s darkest secrets and, in so doing, confront some demons of his own.Penelope Skinner s The Sound of Heavy Rain premiered at the Crucible Studio, Sheffield, in November 2011 in a co production between Paines Plough and Sheffield Theatres as part of the first Roundabout Season.
    The Sound of Heavy Rain Laughing Talking Hours in cafes drinking coffee Chatting about boys Girls Romance Sharing a plate of chips It was one of those friendshipsI don t know how to explainkeLove Cabaret singer Foxie O Hara

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    1. I went through a phase where I was watching a lot of noir films.It always seemed that noir was very difficult to do on stage.But Skinner has proved me wrong.A wonderful noir play.

    2. Neo noir is really hard to do , particularly on stage, and though the surprises aren t really all that shocking, or original, they do make for an entertaining read show.

    3. I loved this play but am certainly biased due to a love for all things noir the story is simple enough a down on his luck detective is tasked with tracking down a cabaret singer by her flatmate but it s the way the story is presented that is so compelling A number of twists and turns make for a great rea, whilst the formatting of the words on the page really help to fuel the theme Loved it.

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