The first half the stage is the attic of George and Ellas semi-detached house in Salford Manchester, everybody in their neighbourhood is white. The level is divided into two parts, the attic room is a bit raised, and a step step ladder is needed to reach it. This kind of contrasts towards the other half from the stage, set in the war time, a great Anderson explosive device shelter. The whole stage must give the impression of a dark and damp place. The attic is usually littered with objects- ancient mobiles, toys and bric-a-brac, additionally, there are boxes piled against the surfaces. Whereas the bomb shield is vacant except for heaps of yellowing newspaper and a couple of mouldy blankets.
While in blackoutElla: MeenahSilenceMEENAH? Meenah: Did you say anything mam? Ella: I have a few boxes I want you to consider up to the attic room for me. Meenah: In a day, Im justElla: Not within a minute, NOWMeenah: Alright alright, Im arriving! Ella: mutters audibly I ought to think you are! Lights are through to the attic, Meenah Enters. Meenah: the girl with heaving a box, her footsteps are loud and heavy, she actually is muttering angrily to himself why is it often me? Your woman drops this and a newspaper, a book of bout tickets and a necklace fall out The boys do not have to do anyth- she pauses, bends down and sees the magazine Junk! Me Mams making me cart up her junk! Your woman begins to browse 8th of September 1940- Wow, This can be old! The county borough of Western Ham confronts heavy bombing, this is expected to continue
Lamps go down on this half of the stage. A siren sounds as well as the other half of the stage turns on to reveal cold people, by war period London they can be huddled in blankets. A new blonde is huddled in the middle, a limelight is on her behalf. George Enters. George: Gesturing to the candle in front of her Madam, Excuse me. Can I be sharing your light? Ella: teeth chattering Oh, youre welcome to. Here, have a bit of blanket too. George: Thank you! Great britain is very frosty. Pause. They will glance at the other person, then quickly away. Ella: What is your name?
George: Hello, I is George, George Schute. I was Pakistani are derived from. He holds out his hand How will you do? Ella: gives a nervous laugh Internet marketing Ella, pleased to meet youPauseSo, what provides you to England? George: Function! Work in Pakistan is too hard, when gentleman needs to give a family it is advisable to start organization in England. Thus i coming right here, need many many money to a family event. Ella: Oh okay The lady moves a little bit closer to him well, that’s nice Ella smiles at him. George: confused Yes, I i am nice person. One day, I am having big business. I are having several children and they will respect their very own father and help me during my business.
Ella: sighing I have always imagined having a big family. Blackout and a siren noises. Now there exists a series of get cold frames to represent the completing of time, in each frame George and Ella should be together although everyone surrounding them changes. Sometimes they are by themselves but also there is an individual sitting with them. They have to be cheerful and grinning contrasting for the other unpleasant faces and their situation. Lights up, we come across George sitting where Ella was, Ella runs in, looks around and when she spots him she changes her locks and strolls collectedly to him, with no realising she drops her ration entry pass.
Ella: Expensive meeting you here again! All this bombing, fluttering the eyelashes flirtatiously awful! Isnt it? George: Certainly, many awful, many dangerousGeorge sees the fallen ration tickets and picks these people up, he is about to provide them with to her each time a stranger techniques, instead this individual puts them in his pocket or purse. Stranger: Good evening, I hope you don’t mind but , can I become a member of you? Ella: slightly irritated at the attack No, zero, of course not really! Come, have got a bit of blanket. Stranger: Beginning a newspaper look were in for more bombing. Performed you hear about those grubby tactics these bloody Germans are using?
Ella: snaps No, what did they do this period? Stranger: Oblivious to Ellas annoyance they put glass in our soldiers bandages, re-opening their pains instead of healing them! George: Shaking his head Weakling, testing out his new expression again Weakling Germans, Weakling Stupy Germans. Ella: laughing at George When in britain do because the English do. The stranger proceeds his sight and maintains reading the newspaper. George: Ella, you is frosty? You is usually Appears to be looking for the right wordElla: Shivering? Yes, Im completely freezing. I would like my great warm foundation, weve recently been spending every evening in this dreary hole inside the ground. George: Pulling off his jumper in this article, you has been warmer.
Ella: Oh, you shouldnt have You dont have to Thank you. George: Pulling the book of ration tickets out of his pocket sized here, you is losing this. They snuggle up to each otherBlackout and the lamps come up one the other side of the coin half of the level where Meenah is flicking through the publication of bout tickets. Meenah: Why on earth would mam want to keep any of this kind of!