Bud Take the Wheel, I Feel a Song Coming On

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Oberon Books, Jun 21, 2012 - Drama - 64 pages

Dead frogs and domestic savagery...
Deep in the English countryside a son returns home after an eight-year absence. An arsonist teenager, a small village, and a thatcher who hates Thatcher collide under the looming presence of a defunct currency-paper mill. Bud writes a twisted love song to an impoverished rural Britain. A darkly comic new drama by one of the UK’s most exciting new writing talents.‘Brennan’s coming of age as a truly significant voice in modern theatre’ -Broadway Baby

‘Drama of epic proportions’ - Metro

‘Brennan’s writing is sharply observed, economic and tightly plotted... this feels rather like watching Arthur Miller transported to the English countryside.’ - WhatsOnStage.com

 

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Bud Take The Wheel, I Feel A Song Coming On is Clara Brennan's first full-length play. It previewed at The Shaw Theatre, London and ran at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival Underbelly in August 2010. Her short plays include Rain as part of Lough/Rain at the Underbelly and Theatre Royal York, Portmanteau with the Miniaturists at the Arcola Theatre and Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, and The Curator for One Night Stand at the Soho Theatre Studio. Clara is writer-in-residence at Reclaim Theatre, who are currently making Rain into a short film. Clara's play Hi Vis was part of the Theatre Uncut season at the Southwark Playhouse in March 2011. Clara is currently under commission to The Drum Theatre, Plymouth.

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