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by Steve Lewis,Chris Megson,Jenny Stevens,Willy Russell
Author: Steve Lewis,Chris Megson,Jenny Stevens,Willy Russell
Publisher: Methuen Drama; Student edition (July 2, 2009)
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Willy Russell, born in Whiston near Liverpool, is one of the most popular and successful contemporary playwrights whose works are studied in schools and colleges.
Willy Russell, born in Whiston near Liverpool, is one of the most popular and successful contemporary playwrights whose works are studied in schools and colleges. His plays include: One for the Road, Stags and Hens, Educating Rita, Blood Brothers, Our Day Out and Shirley Valentine.
by Willy Russell First published 1980. Showing 1-18 of 18. Educating Rita (Paperback). Published May 10th 2001 by Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. Methuen Modern Plays, Paperback, 96 pages. ISBN: 0713687568 (ISBN13: 9780713687569).
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'One way of describing Educating Rita would be to say that it was about the meaning of education ... Another would be to say that it was about the meaning of life. A third, that it is a cross between Pygmailion and Lucky Jim. A fourth, that it is simply a marvellous play, painfully funny and passionately serious; a hilarious social documentary; a fairy-tale with a quizzical, half-happy ending.' Sunday Times
Educating Rita, which portrays a working-class Liverpool woman's hunger for education, premiered at the RSC Warehouse, London, in 1980 and won the SWET award for Best Comedy of the Year. It was subsequently made into a highly successful film with Michael Caine and Julie Walters and won the 1983 BAFTA award for Best Film.
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