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Rory Mullarkey - The Wolf from the Door (Modern Plays) - 9781474221924 - V9781474221924
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The Wolf from the Door (Modern Plays)

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Description for The Wolf from the Door (Modern Plays) Paperback. Series: Modern Plays. Num Pages: 64 pages, black & white illustrations. BIC Classification: DD. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 132 x 197 x 5. Weight in Grams: 60.
We don’t actually drink coffee at my coffee morning. – What do you do, then? – We discuss the violent overthrow of the government. Also, there’s flower arranging. In this intensely imaginative and daringly brave-thinking play, award-winning playwright Rory Mullarkey imagines a wild road trip across Middle England. Together, Lady Catherine and her young protégé Leo enlist every tearoom, hot yoga class and Women's Institute group on a mission to change the country forever. This play was the 2014 Pinter Commission and the winner of the George Devine Award. It received its world premiere production at the Royal ... Read more

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Bloomsbury Methuen Drama
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Modern Plays
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London, United Kingdom
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About Rory Mullarkey
Rory Mullarkey won the 2014 George Devine Award for his play The Wolf from the Door and was the recipient of the Pinter Commission in 2014 – an award given annually by Lady Antonia Fraser, Harold Pinter’s widow, to support a new commission at the Royal Court. He was the Royal Court’s writer-on-attachment in 2010 and has been closely associated ... Read more

Reviews for The Wolf from the Door (Modern Plays)
Mullarkey has fun with the juxtaposition of quaint English custom and unadulterated savagery, and he offers some hilarious dialogue. . . . Mullarkey has considerable talent . . . exhilarating
Daily Telegraph
fervent and bracingly original . . . laced with exuberant absurdity and moments of twisted humour . . . there’s a fierce freshness ... Read more

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