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'Young, full of spluttering energy and - has real fire in its belly about the need to retain you optimism in a cruel world...Hickson really is a little bit special'
'Radiant - wonderfully witty - you will be left wanting but for all the right reasons'
Precious Little Talent is the story of two 20-somethings graduating into a whorl that's sold then down the river. Londoner Joey's got a first class degree, 20K worth of debt and works in a pub. It's Christmas and she flees to New York in a bid to find comfort with her estranged father. Just a the world seems to have shunned her, so will he. Yet in the face of such rejection, world-weary Joey falls in love with an idealistic young American and learns what it is to have hope in the future.
With its haunting contemporary themes about a father desperate not to forget his daughter and two young people determined not to be forgotten by the whorl, Precious Little Talent will strike a chord with audiences of all ages.