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The Friday Play: Pleas and Directions

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By PG Duggan. In September 1996, Alexandra Sablatnig , an Austrian tourist, was brutally raped by a gang of youths on a London canal bank. This play is based on this shocking event and its extraordinary aftermath - a love that was born out of courage, determination and the sheer will to survive.
Music composed by David Dorward and played by Shinobu Miki (clarinet), Hector Scott (violin) and Claire Morton (cello)
A woman who refuses to be broken: page 125

Contributors

Writer: P.G. Duggan
Music composed by: David Dorward
Played by (Clarinet): Shinobu Miki
Played by (Violin): Hector Scott
Played by (Cello): Claire Morton
Director: Patrick Rayner
Alexandra: Emma Fielding
Ted: Kenneth Cranham
Joyce: Eleanor Bron
Treasury counsel: Patrick Malahide
Defence counsel: Joanna Monro
Jackie: Adjoa Andoh
Tour guide: Ian Masters

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The Friday Play: Pleas and Directions

BBC Radio 4 FM, 4 October 2002 21.00






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