Andrea Dunbar was a British playwright. Her first play was The Arbor (1977), a brilliant depiction of an abusive father-daughter relationship. The play premiered at the Royal Court, directed by Max Stafford-Clark, winning the Young Writers' Festival. Her most well-known piece for theatre is Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1982), which was set in Bradford, West Yorkshire, and was a study of the sexual adventures of teenage girls. This was adapted for a film in 1986. Her third play, Shirley was produced in 1986. She died of a brain haemorrhage in 1990, at the age of 29. Born in 1947, Robin Soans is an English actor and playwright, who specialises in verbatim theatre. His plays include: Across the Divide, A State Affair (published by Methuen Drama, 2000); The Arab-Israeli Cookbook, Talking to Terrorists, Life after Scandal, Bet Noir and Will and Testament.