Page extent: 184
ISBN: 9781840021776
Binding: PaperBack

Kops: Plays Three

Bernard Kops

PaperBack (01 Aug 2001)

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The Dream of Peter Mann was first produced at the Edinburgh Lyceum in 1960 and is a bold exploration of what it is to live in a world threatened by nuclear annihilation.

In Enter Solly Gold, an irreverent and much lighter work, Kops’ protagonist fleeces a family of vulgar snobs, reducing them to penury but also introducing them to an enjoyment of life.

Who Shall I Be Tomorrow? was a hit at the Greenwich Theatre in 1982 with Joanna Lumley as the frighteningly deluded woman trying to flee her own reality by building herself a world of daydreams.

Visit Samuel French for amateur performance enquiries

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ISBN13 9781840021776
Binding PaperBack
Page Extent 184


"I don't care much for the English avant-garde, altough I'm interested in the man Kops. I like Kops and T. S. Elliot and Christopher Fry." - Eugene Ionesco

"A joyous, remarkable play. And an affirmation of the love of life." - Mervyn Jones on The Dream of Peter Mann

"If it comes within twenty miles of your city don't miss it." - Ray Gosling, The Tribune on Enter Solly Gold

"Emotional candour and tragic passion." - The Observer on Who Shall I Be Tomorrow