Molly Hunter took a quirky idea – I’m so grateful to be in love I must thank the people who took me, a non-driver, to where I met him – and created a play of some depth. She intertwines the experience of the central character with related experiences of a playwright searching for an author he’s met once and a woman discovering her fiancee’s unfaithfulness. Do these others illuminate her experience? Maybe, but they certainly give Molly Hunter opportunity to showcase her repertoire of local British accents. Her Glasgow girl is toe-curlingly good. They also relieve the pressure on the central story with sparkling comedy/drama inserts.
All round an enjoyable hour. I’ll be looking out for more of this writer’s work.