The Lottie Project, Paperback
3 out of 5 (3 ratings)

Description

This dramatisation was first seen at the Polka Theatre in 1999.

For her Victorian history project, Charlie hits upon the idea of writing the diary of Lottie, a young Victorian serving girl.

When her mother, Jo, loses her job as a shop manageress and starts work as a cleaner, Charlie's previously happy and comfortable lifestyle is threatened, and she finds that her own hardships and struggles are not so different from Lottie's.

Information

  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 96 pages
  • Publisher: Nick Hern Books
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Plays, playscripts
  • ISBN: 9781854599117

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A lot more solid than Double Act - Charlie was a lot more likeable, and the interactions between her and the other characters were far more believable. The bit about the kid getting pneumonia was a little over the top, and the Victorian bits were about as boring as you would expect an eleven-year old's writing to be. But apart from that, a solid read!

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A lot more solid than Double Act - Charlie was a lot more likeable, and the interactions between her and the other characters were far more believable. The bit about the kid getting pneumonia was a little over the top, and the Victorian bits were about as boring as you would expect an eleven-year old's writing to be. But apart from that, a solid read!

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3

A lot more solid than Double Act - Charlie was a lot more likeable, and the interactions between her and the other characters were far more believable. The bit about the kid getting pneumonia was a little over the top, and the Victorian bits were about as boring as you would expect an eleven-year old's writing to be. But apart from that, a solid read!

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