A plane crashes on a deserted island. The only survivors are a group of school boys. They live in a land of bright exotic birds and dark blue seas, but at night their dreams are inhabited by a terrifying beastĦ
Before long this well behaved group has turned into
William Golding's first
published novel, The Lord of the Flies, is a modern classic. Years later he said
that writing the book was 'like lamenting the lost childhood of the world'.
Professional and Foreign language performance rights are also available. For further information contact Simpson Fox Associates/Robert Fox Ltd.
|Playwright and novelist Nigel Williams's stage
adaptation of his story was first professionally produced in 1995.
This special Acting Edition, published by Faber and Faber, contains the full play-text as well as an introduction by Nigel Williams notes on staging, a full properties list and lighting and sound cues. For further information see our Licensing information page.
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