Synopsis

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Tony Rushforth

Published by Samuel French Ltd

This moving and lyrical play takes place during the summer of 1940 and is set against the dramatic wartime backdrop of the internment camp at Port Erin on the Isle of Man

Two romances develop - one between a German internee of 17 and an English girl of the same age, prevented by circumstances from leaving the Isle

And the other between a woman of Italian descent and a German Jew

The play raises issues about a little-recorded part of British domestic history in which the characters are sustained by their hopes and dreams which we, the audience, finally realize will not be fulfilled

Played mostly in duologues and soliloquies this fifty minute play is an ideal festival choice

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