Mary Ann Sate, Imbecile
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Dead Babies and Seaside Towns
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Ray The Rottweiler, 2014
‘Haunting but wholly convincing story about people on the margins of society, coping as best they can with difficult lives. It is authentic, offbeat and touching, with a strongly individual narrative voice.’
Margaret Drabble

‘A poignant tale.’
Tibor Fischer

‘Engaging, affecting, speaking vividly of the unexpected sympathies that emerge between people.’
Helen Oyeyemi

A Blue Bonnet for Samuel, 2103
‘One of the most moving pieces was written by Alice Jolly.  In “A Blue Bonnet For Samuel”, beautifully played by Catherine Harvey, Alice explored the depths of a mother’s loss caused by the ineptitude of a doctor at her baby’s birth, still resonating many years later – her grief, her pain, her anger but above all her generosity of spirit to others caught up in similar circumstances.’
Jean Rogers, Vice President of Equity