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A play set in a council house in a small Leicestershire town. Vincent's skiing on the Wii, Sheila's feeding her great-granddaughter McKenzie, and Kerry's getting on with the ironing. None of them are planning on voting in the election, but when Selina Snow rings the doorbell to canvas, perhaps she can change their minds, or they can change hers.
This play was first staged at the Traverse Theatre, in 2010 as part of the Women, Power & Politics season.
'Sue Townsend returns to the theatre on glorious form with a gruesome canvassing comedy' - Whatsonstage.com
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About the Author
Sue Townsend won the Thames Television Playwright Award for her debut play Womberang. Her subsequent writing for the stage includes The Great Celestial Cow, Ten Tiny Fingers, Nine Tiny Toes and most recently Are You Sitting Comfortably? She is best known for her series of books about Adrian Mole. The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13, Adrian Mole: The Wilderness Years and Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years have all been serialised for radio. Townsend adapted The Cappuccino Years for television as well as adapting several of her books for the stage, including The Queen and I