Granny and the Wolf (LSD) A GCSE Play from OYT by Mark Wheeller
  

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Granny and the Wolf (LSD) A GCSE Play from OYT by Mark Wheeller

This new play from respected playwright Mark Wheeller offers a new perspective on Little Red Riding Hood, the traditional fairytale. The relationship between Granny and the wolf is a source of concern for Red's parents who send their innocent little girl to visit and report back. When a harmless prank goes too far, tragedy ensues, leaving Granny without her special friend and Red's father with a guilty conscience. Themes of tolerance, prejudice, family and relationships are explored.

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Format

Paperback
56 pages

Author

Mark Wheeller
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

21st May 2009

ISBN

9781408222997


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