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Product Description: The Static'We all have sick thoughts. It doesnae matter what you think, it's what you do that counts. Trouble is, my thoughts do things. Don't believe me? Just watch.'Sparky is a bright but volatile 15yearold boy on the brink of permanent exclusion from school...read more

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9781408173435 | Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, September 27, 2012, cover price $15.95 | About this edition: The Static'We all have sick thoughts.

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Product Description: Written by three generations of Scottish writers. Includes: Snuff by Davey Anderson; The Price of a Fish Supper by Catherine Czerkawska; Better Days Better Knights by Stanley Eveling; Ramallah by David Grieg; 54% Acrylic by David Harrower; Harm by Douglas Maxwell; The Basement Flat by Rona Munro; Distracted by Morna Pearson and The Importance of Being Alfred by Louise Welsh...read more

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9781848420700 | Nick Hern Books, October 18, 2011, cover price $22.95 | About this edition: Written by three generations of Scottish writers.

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Product Description: Inspired by the true stories of a young offender from Glasgow, a 15-year-old who had committed a violent crime, this short play was part of the National Theatre's 'New Connections' programme which commissions plays about and for young people and was presented to critical acclaim at the Royal National Theatre...read more

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9780573052583 | Gardners Books, August 5, 2010, cover price $12.10 | About this edition: Inspired by the true stories of a young offender from Glasgow, a 15-year-old who had committed a violent crime, this short play was part of the National Theatre's 'New Connections' programme which commissions plays about and for young people and was presented to critical acclaim at the Royal National Theatre.

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