Alan Ayckbourn Plays 2: Ernie’s Incredible Illucinations; by Alan Ayckbourn

By Alan Ayckbourn

A deal with to learn and a pleasure to accomplish, this moment number of Alan Ayckbourn's paintings is a cornucopia of a few of his splendidly creative kid's performs. From the tale of the teenage Lucy in Invisible Friends who revives her youth imaginary buddy whilst issues get tough at domestic, onto the storytellers in My personal Story and This Is the place We got here In and, eventually, to younger Ernie who 'illucinates' every kind of untamed and peculiar happenings with superb results.

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