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Fifty Shades of Red White and Blue by Leesa Harker
The first instalment in Maggie Muff’s escapades – and the smash-hit bestseller.
Well. Lis is a wee story about me an Mr Red White and Blue. Sure didden I meet him down in le Bru on a back-til-work interview. He was tall, dark an bucksome – an he was gorgiz in lem chinos. So nie if ye want a wee giggle an yer nat too squeamish, let me tell ye all what happened – sure ye’ll nat believe it. We’re talking baps, blindfolds an a Belfast Bus Tour ye’ll never forget. Oh Mammy, don’t start me! Maggie Muff xx
So nie if ye want a wee giggle an yer nat too squeamish, let me tell ye all what happened – sure ye’ll nat believe it. We’re talking baps, blindfolds an a Belfast Bus Tour ye’ll never forget.
Oh Mammy, don’t start me!
Maggie Muff xx
Fifty Shades of Red White and Blue
Really, this is a sad little story. A girl trapped in one place all her young life, same friends, same routine, every day the same, every night looking for love in the same places. But Mr. And so Mr. Red, White and Blue, tall, dark and buxom and she accepts his request to get a little closer. This is a one woman show and what a woman; actress Caroline Curran struts and sashays her way across the Opera House stage, swings her blond pony tail, leaps on and off the only prop apart from a black coat with a fur collar , a large circular bed.
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It quickly took off, garnering thousands of followers, and has since been published in book form. The stage show, which started life in Belfast with Caroline in the lead role, has been reproduced throughout the world. They see something of themselves in her - or they know someone like her. The premise of the story is that Maggie, from Belfast, is on the look out for love and finds herself embroiled in a steamy relationship with Mr Red White and Blue - the local dole officer. The comedy comes thick and fast - and may not be for the faint hearted - but at the heart of the story is a much deeper story of a woman in an abusive relationship - an argument which has been thrown at the original 50 Shades books.
Leesa Harker is sitting at her desk putting the finishing touches to the eagerly anticipated final play in her phenomenally successful Maggie Muff trilogy, when suddenly she is forced to pause as tears start to flow. The Belfast mum, who produced her second play at the Grand Opera House while battling cancer and the horrific side effects of chemotherapy, is momentarily overwhelmed with gratitude as she works. It is now three years since the shock diagnosis that she had breast cancer, when she was just 35, and the trauma of what she went through has given her a new appreciation of life. Looking back, she believes a major turning point for her, in terms of her recovery, was the boost she got from winning the Belfast Telegraph Woman of the Year in the Arts Award sponsored by Allianz. Coming at the end of what she describes as an "horrific" year she saw it as a symbolic step towards putting her battle with cancer behind her and looking forward to a new future for her and her family - Leesa has two children, Lola 8 and Lexi 5. In the end I decided to go for my mum. She had been through so much too.