Monster by Duncan Macmillan
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‘The world is very cold when you live without hope.
Do you understand that?’
The boy is eccentric and funny yet also violent and destructive. An inexperienced teacher is given the job of helping this disturbed fourteen year old boy facing permanent exclusion. Alone in the classroom, a battle of wills takes place.
Award winning playwright Duncan Macmillan’s ‘Monster’ is a gripping and often difficult exploration into parenthood and where responsibility and blame lie.
persons with experience of mental and emotional distress
references to physical abuse
references to animal cruelty
use of a knife in a threatening manner
images that some people may find disturbing
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