Public Property

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Public Property is a play by the English playwright Sam Peter Jackson. It is about a news anchor called Geoffrey Hammond, who gets caught in a public sex scandal.[1]

Public Property ran at the Trafalgar Studios in London's West End in 2009 [2] starring Nigel Harman, Robert Daws and Steven Webb and was nominated for a 2010 WhatsOnStage Theatregoers' Choice Award [3] as Best New Comedy.

The play was published by Oberon Books.[4]

The production was presented by Tara Wilkinson on behalf of Whippet Productions and directed by Hanna Berrigan.[5] It also featured on-screen cameos by Stephen Fry, Elize du Toit and Natasha Little.

References[edit]

  1. ^ National Theatre, Public Property announcement
  2. ^ Trafalgar Studios Public Property Trafalgar Studios, Public Property
  3. ^ WOS Awards Nominees 2010
  4. ^ Jackson, Sam Peter (2009). Public Property (1st ed.). London: Oberon Books. p. 84. ISBN 978-1-84002-977-2. 
  5. ^ Public Property Official Website

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