MAN OF THE MOMENT by Alan Ayckbourn


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MAN OF THE MOMENT by Alan Ayckbourn


Television producer Jill Rillington is taping a documentary which will reunite Vic Parks with Douglas Beechey. Seventeen years ago, Douglas inadvertently foiled Vic’s last bank robbery, during which Vic shot a teller in the face. Vic, a callous boor, served his time and then exploited his celebrity status to become a wealthy television personality. Douglas married the maimed teller and hero and victim fell into shabby obscurity. Now, at Vic’s luxurious Mediterranean villa, Jill’s hopes for a fiery confrontation are fading because amiable Douglas shows no envy or bitterness and happy people make rotten telly material. Will Vic ever receive his just deserts? The first London production of the play was seen at the Globe Theatre in 1990 starring Michael Gambon and Peter Bowles.

Published by Faber

90 pages

Good condition

Weight 0.160 kg