Tusk Tusk

Tusk Tusk Come on troops Let s take check Finn Bar slightly ruffled but still in fighting form Maggie could do with a full night s sleep but otherwise all in order Stay here Don t answer the door I ll go out

  • Title: Tusk Tusk
  • Author: Polly Stenham
  • ISBN: 9780571249725
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • Come on troops Let s take check Finn Bar, slightly ruffled but still in fighting form Maggie, could do with a full night s sleep but otherwise all in order Stay here Don t answer the door I ll go out and get some proper food.In a new flat, three children play hide and seek Eliot wears a crown, little Finn, King of the Wild Thing s, draws on the walls Maggie climbCome on troops Let s take check Finn Bar, slightly ruffled but still in fighting form Maggie, could do with a full night s sleep but otherwise all in order Stay here Don t answer the door I ll go out and get some proper food.In a new flat, three children play hide and seek Eliot wears a crown, little Finn, King of the Wild Thing s, draws on the walls Maggie climbs them.Hiding from the world, needing to be found, their one shared focus a mobile phone Will it ring Who will call And what are they waiting for Tusk Tusk is a tale of family loyalty as an uncertain future circles.Polly Stenham s second play premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in March 2009.

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    887 thoughts on “Tusk Tusk

    • I read this after Stenham's That Face and it seems she has used the same core for two alternative stories. I must admit, the flow of the dialogue is actually quite enjoyable, but as I kept experiencing déjà vu the whole time, I got bored and annoyed.


    • Engaging and challenging and well written, but disturbing and I'm not sure why she chose to tell this story.


    • All about young writing. Love the use of children in a theatrical setting. This is a really great piece about youth and maturity.




    • I really struggled with this play. I find the dialogue awkward and a bit stilted, unnatural. As a result, I struggled to connect with the characters and found myself hating everyone except Finn. Not bad, but hard to get through.


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