Outlying islands [electronic resource] / David Greig.
- London : Bloomsbury, c2013.
- Drama Online.
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- 'Outlying Islands', premiered at Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre in 2002, offers a poetic and intense glimpse of an innocence, a way of seeing and a way of being young that is about to be destroyed forever. In 1939, on the eve of the Second World War, two young Cambridge ornithologists arrive on a remote, uninhabited Scottish island, sent by the government to survey the island's birds. With them on the island are Kirk, the authoritarian leaseholder, and his niece Ellen, a young woman in love with the stars of silent comedy. Left alone on a scrap of land surrounded by the vast Atlantic, they observe each other.
- Originally published: in print in Selected plays 1999-2009. London: Faber, 2010.
Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on Feb. 25, 2013).
- Greig, David.
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