Presents a series of stories dealing with the dark and macabre of a holiday we all cherish. This title offers a sharp-witted expose of one of the most sacred rituals of female bonding; a knickers-wetting revisit of all the most embarrassing episodes ever experienced in the ladies. (2 male, 11 female).
George Titheridge started writing poetry and short stories at University. She has written two plays; Babycakes - which was one of the winners of the Playmarket Young Playwrights' Competition and performed at the Fringe 2008; and Sit On It. Both plays got great responses and had sell-out seasons, encouraging her to continue on the playwrighting path. She is currently writing her first full length play. She is mostly based in Wellington. Thomas Sainsbury's many plays have been performed in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand. Four-time winner of Playmarket's Young Playwright Award, two-time nominee of the Bruce Mason award, finalist for the Adam NZ Play Award and Live Screenplay Competition and currently commissioned by the Young and Hungry Festival, the prolific Thomas is also writing for television and film. His plays The Mall and Loser have also been published by The Play Press.