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'Oh, you do lookreally good, though. You know. In the face.
Oh and, uh, I love you.'

Prisoners of their fear of falling things - keraunothetophobiacs - Jacqui and Robin are restricted to living indoors. When they meet online a relationship begins which forces them to confront their fear and discover what's real in their lives and what really matters.

A History of Falling Things, a new play by the acclaimed young playwright James Graham, is a gentle love story that is fearful, funny and moving. The play premiered at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Wales, in April 2009 before transferring to the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

A history of falling things - James Graham

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Title
A history of falling things
Author
James Graham
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Bloomsbury Methuen Drama
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20090423

'Oh, you do lookreally good, though. You know. In the face.
Oh and, uh, I love you.'

Prisoners of their fear of falling things - keraunothetophobiacs - Jacqui and Robin are restricted to living indoors. When they meet online a relationship begins which forces them to confront their fear and discover what's real in their lives and what really matters.

A History of Falling Things, a new play by the acclaimed young playwright James Graham, is a gentle love story that is fearful, funny and moving. The play premiered at Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Wales, in April 2009 before transferring to the Sherman Theatre, Cardiff.

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James Grahamwon the Catherine Johnson Award for the Best Play 2007 for Eden's Empire. His previous plays include Albert's Boy (recipient of a PearsonPlaywriting Bursary)Little Madam(Finborough Theatre), Tory Boyz(Soho Theatre) and suddenlossofdignity.com(Bush). He is currently writer-in-residence at the Finborough Theatre.

'James Graham's new play is a sheer delight. As a romantic comedy it is touchingly romantic and very funny without ever allowing you to forget the debilitating effect of living with what to others seem absurd fears… An enormously entertaining, heart-warming and funny play.'
Victor Hallett, The Stage, 30.4.09

'Graham's writing has a freshness and lightness to it'
Elisabeth Mahoney, Guardian 16.5.09

'This is a gentle, heart-gladdening love story that's warmly told.'
Elisabeth Mahoney, Guardian 16.5.09

Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
61

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