The Sopranos (novel)

The Sopranos is a 1998 novel by Scottish writer Alan Warner.[1] It won the Saltire Society's 1998 Scottish Book of the Year Award.

The novel was adapted by Lee Hall with the title Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour for a National Theatre of Scotland and Live Theatre, Newcastle, tour in 2015.[2]

The novel has been adapted by Alan Sharp and Michael Caton-Jones for the screen titled Our Ladies and released in 2019 and directed by Michael Caton-Jones. [3] [4]


  1. Carole Jones (April 2010). Disappearing Men: Gender Disorientation in Scottish Fiction, 1979-1999. Rodopi. p. 161. ISBN 90-420-2699-5.
  2. Hall, Lee (17 August 2015). "Lee Hall: Why I put Alan Warner's The Sopranos on stage". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 September 2015.
  3. Halligan, Fionnuala; Critic2019-10-09T09:53:00+01:00, Chief Film. "'Our Ladies': London Review". Screen. Retrieved 25 October 2019.
  4. "Our Ladies review: Catholic lasses go wild | Sight & Sound". British Film Institute. Retrieved 25 October 2019.

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