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Alison Rayner commented on Alison Rayner's event 'Salad Tangerine - professional reading at ScriptSpace 2018'
"Sparks fly when Joy and Dave meet their daughter’s adoptive parents for the very first time. Can they calm tensions and bridge the generation gap despite their conflicting attitudes to money and differing parental styles?"
Jul 2
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Salad Tangerine - professional reading at ScriptSpace 2018 at the Space

July 8, 2018 from 2:30pm to 5pm
You're invited to attend a prepared reading of my full-length play, Salad Tangerine, on Sunday 8 July as part of ScriptSpace 2018. It’s free – use the link to book tickets or turn up on the door. Come along and be part of the creative process!See More
Jul 2

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What I do:
Writer
A little more about me:
I work as a graphic designer/art director, but I also write plays, screenplays and short stories set in the modern day. Themes range from domestic drama to crime and romance. I have produced five short films. 'Pastry', a short film I wrote about a sweet seduction, was a shot in London in 2015. It was shown in Cannes 2016 (not in competition) and, apart from doing the festival circuit, is currently being televised internationally by Eurochannel TV. A short monologue, 'Blessed Be the Peacemakers,' was published (in an anthology) by Bridge House Publishing in May 2018. My first full-length stage play, 'Salad Tangerine,' was selected from 110 scripts to have a professional reading at the Space theatre in London on 8 July, 2018.
Location:
Tenby
Projects I’m working on:
I'm writing several full-length plays, monologues and short stories.

Salad Tangerine: Sparks fly when Joy and Dave meet their daughter’s adoptive parents for the very first time. Can they calm tensions and bridge the generation gap despite their conflicting attitudes to money and differing parental styles? Salad Tangerine questions how much we ‘own’ our children and how far our financial responsibilities towards them stretch.

A Shallow Drowning: A mentally unstable woman returns to her childhood home to find her elderly parents terrorised by their abusive new lodger. But then she learns who the lodger really is...

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