About the Book Glee & Me is a pitch-black, surprisingly optimistic comedy about dying too young, too hard. Book Synopsis Lola is 16 and has her whole life ahead of her - until she's diagnosed with a Grade 4 malignant brain tumour, that is. What's always made Lola unique, she reckons, is her brilliant brain - a brain that's now rapidly turning into a short-circuiting, useless mush. But, before she dies, she's promised herself two things: 1. She's going to finally get All The Sex and 2. She's going to definitively discover the Actual Meaning of Life. About the Author Stuart Slade was born in Bristol and now lives in London. He is the Artistic Director of Kuleshov Theatre and the Creative Director of Ivanov Films. His plays include: BU21 (Theatre503, London, 2016; Trafalgar Studios, West End, 2017); and Cans (Theatre503, 2014), nominated for two Offies - Best Play and Most Promising New Playwright. He was awarded the Judges' Prize at the 2019 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting, for his play Glee & Me .