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  • I read confusions and I thought it was a brillaint book of plays. Ayckbourn cleverly writes and describes what is happening with the characters but also with the stage actions. So it creates a very visually affect and helps us understand what the charactors are feeling. My favourite play was "Talk in The Park" because the last words in the play �talk to yourself� are a shrouded observation of how life treats most people, but Alan Ayckbourn manages to put laughter and interest into it.

  • As ever, Ayckbourne is sharp and witty in these characteristic plays. Each one different and individual, but thematically interlinked, in exposing human follies, and linked through its characters.

  • This wonderfully witty collection of one-acts dates back to the 70s, but is still perfect for today's actors. Each interlocking play is set in rural England. Daffy characters abound; plots are Ayckbourn's typical maze of confusions. I have been in professional productions of two of these plays and they are real audience pleasers. Perfect material for directing and acting classes, as well as an evening with Alan Ayckbourn's peculiar universe of characters.