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Rita, Sue and Bob Too + Intro & panel discussion

Bradford playwright Andrea Dunbar’s portrait of Thatcher’s Britain still resonates with its depiction of class inequality and troubled family lives which sees teenaged babysitters Rita and Sue become involved in a dubious affair with their employer Bob.

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This screening will be introduced by Adelle Stripe, whose debut novel, Black Teeth and a Brilliant Smile, is inspired by Andrea Dunbar.

Following the screening writer Adelle Stripe, Dr Alison Peirse, Lecturer in Film and Media at University of Leeds and David Rolinson, Lecturer in Film and Television at the University of Stirling, will discuss Andrea Dunbar in a panel chaired by Dr Kirsty Fairclough, Associate Dean, School of Arts and Media, University of Salford.