Julie Burchill is Away--

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Nick Hern, 2002 - Drama - 44 pages
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From her humble beginnings as a 'hip young gunslinger' on the NME, Julie Burchill went on to become Britain's highest paid 80's hack and the iconoclast of her generation. Her distinctly un-private life has become the stuff of media legend.
Set in Burchill's barely furnished Brighton house, with its bust of Lenin and heated outdoor pool, Tim Fountain's one-woman play invites us to spend a little time with this notorious - and curious - figure, who has been variously described as 'the cleverest woman in Britain' (Radio Four) and 'Britain's worst mother' (Daily Mail).

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Tim Fountain, a former Literary Manger of the Bush Theatre, has written for theatre, film and television, most notably Resident Alien, a one-man show about Quentin Crisp.

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