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Scarfed For Life: 2nd edition

Scarfed For Life: 2nd edition (Paperback)

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A modern parable set against the backdrop of the first Old Firm clash of the season. Funny, hard-hitting and thought-provoking, the second edition of Scarfed for Life tells the story of two teenage friends caught in the crossfire of polite suburban prejudice and garden equipment.



Ideal for secondary school students, the play draws on what sectarianism and prejudice actually mean to young Glaswegians, and how it affects them and their peers. Scarfed for Life is a hard-hitting play based on the experiences of discrimination and prejudice among the young people of Glasgow.



The play toured secondary schools in Scotland in 2011 and Scottish prisons in 2013.



The language in this edition has been revised specifically with school-age students in mind, and is an ideal, issue-led play for students 14+.

Children'sEducational materialChildren'sGeneral non-fictionDrama & performingFilm, TV & DramaTheatrePlays, playscripts Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC Publication Date: 24/02/2014 ISBN-13: 9781472582522  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Martin Travers is a dramatist based at Glasgow's Citizens Theatre where he is Producer for Citizens Learning. He has been on the Playwrights Studio (Scotland)'s mentoring scheme and has been on writing attachment with the National Theatre of Scotland. In 2011, in partnership with Sense over Sectarianism, his play Scarfed for Life toured secondary schools with a cast of professional actors and members of the Citizens Theatre's Young Company. A new version of the play toured Scotland prisons in 2013. His other work for the stage includes Roman Bridge; an adaptation of Theresa Breslin's novel Divided City, and he is currently working on a new play with the Playwrights Studio (Scotland).

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