The Perfectly Timed Death of an Imaginary Friend (Oberon Modern Plays) (Paperback)
Alex and Sara are worried. Their daughter Lee starts school soon and they think her best friend Ernie is going to be a problem. It isn't that he is badly behaved or mischievous, the problem with Ernie is that he is imaginary. They hatch a plan to force their daughter to grow up and to get rid of Ernie. But as the plan begins to work they learn a lesson that parents usually have to teach their children - be careful what you wish for.
About the Author
Kieran Lynn is a playwright from Liverpool. He has had plays produced in theatres across the UK and around the world, including An Incident at the Border at the Finborough Theatre/Trafalgar Studios, Pushing Up Poppies at Theatre 503, Bunnies at the Bike Shed Theatre, The Recurring Rise and Fall at the Hampstead Theatre, Breaking the Ice at the Traverse Theatre and The Trap at the Omnibus Theatre.