Life of Riley (play)
|Life of Riley|
|Written by||Alan Ayckbourn|
|Date premiered||21 September 2010|
|Place premiered||Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough|
|Subject||Terminal illness, relationships|
It is set over a period over the seven months that a man called George Riley is diagnosed with a terminal illness, although George Riley does not appear in the play himself and is only ever referred to by the six onstage characters.
- George Riley (unseen)
- Monica - Riley's ex-wife
- Small boy (unseen)
- Teenage daughter (unseen)
- Basil Bender (unseen) 
Adaptation into filmEdit
- Berry, Kevin (22 September 2010). "Life of Riley review at Stephen Joseph Theatre Scarborough | Review | Theatre | The Stage". The Stage. Retrieved 18 June 2018.
- Ayckbourn, Alan (2011). Alan Ayckbourn Plays 5: Snake in the Grass; If I Were You; Life and Beth; My Wonderful Day; Life of Riley. Faber & Faber. ISBN 9780571274635.
- Purves, Libby (21 September 2010). "The Life of Riley at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough". The Times. Retrieved 18 June 2018.
- Kenny, Glenn (24 October 2014). "Life of Riley Movie Review & Film Summary (2014) | Roger Ebert". www.rogerebert.com. Retrieved 18 June 2018.
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