Ben Elton's plays in one volume for the first time
Gasping: . . . an often hilarious satire on yuppiedom, advertising and corporate greed (Daily Telegraph); . . . the sharpest futuristic comedy since Henceforward, and the best Green comedy since The Good Life was young.(Financial Times). Silly Cow: It has an ingenious plot. . . another perfect occasion for a Ben Elton satire on the modern world. . . (Financial Times). Popcorn: An enjoyable, intelligent, thought-provoking play (Independent); It thrills on stage precisely because it adopts the sick humour, sickening violence and downright sexiness of the Stone-Tarantino school of film-making that Elton is satirising (Evening Standard).