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In scene 5, the relationship between Rita and Denny appears to have deteriorated dramatically but we see this from Rita's prospective. Imagine Denny confiding to a friend his own troubles.

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In scene 5, the relationship between Rita and Denny appears to have deteriorated dramatically but we see this from Rita's prospective. Imagine Denny confiding to a friend his own troubles. Write this as a conversation, which could be inserted as an extra scene. Use stage directions At the pub at the end of a Victorian looking road in the north of England, there is a large oak door with songs of happiness drifting outwards into the streets.. Denny, who is tall and in his thirties looks frustrated and angry, he slams open the large oak door of the pub to find a smoke filled joyful pub with a large dark wooden corner bar. The lighting is bright. He pushes people out his way until he gets to his regular corner. His friend Jack is already sitting at one of the ten round tables in front of the bar, drinking one of eight choices of larger. ...read more.

Middle

I've bought her presents hoping she would come back to me, but the look her face when I gave them to her told me what I didn't want to know. She's gone. I burnt her books in hope that she would understand my pain. She thinks I'm jealous of her and her education but I'm not, I'm jealous of the books she spends so much time with. I can't understand what pleasure a book gives her I've tried so hard with her and her mum has to y' know. It's HER bleedin mother why can't she go out with her! Her mum always asks me where's Rita? where's Rita? and I just never know what to say any more. None of this makes sense. (Denny wipes the small teardrops that are starting to collect in his eyes. Jack pats Denny's back and shows some sympathy) ...read more.

Conclusion

But if Rita don't wanna change back to being like us then I guess it's just not worth tryin anymore. I'll give her a choice that's what she always goes on about how she wants choices well I'll give her a choice she can drop this education crap or leave me. (Denny drinks half the pint of larger in front of him. He's looking very depressed and angry) Jack: Denny mate don't worry it will all go your way in the end. You're the man sort her out. Put the woman in her place, otherwise she's gonna walk all over y'. She's off her cake trying to get educated. She won't succeed. It's a waste of time her carrying on with this rubbish. Denny just tell her its enough and that she can't do it anymore. If you give her a choice like that that she might pick the wrong one y' know. (Denny drinks the rest of his pint and storms out of the pub looking confused and as if he's about to cry) Blackout. ...read more.

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