The Clink

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Nick Hern, 1999 - Drama - 85 pages
Elizabeth I is tottering at death's door. Conspirators are everywhere. A politically sensitive International Trade Delegation is on its way to London. Who can be trusted to entertain them? Alternative comedian Lucius Bodkin thinks he'll hit the big time - but he's reckoned without the Tudor backstabbers and the City wide boys.
Re-issued a decade after its first appearance, The Clink was originally produced by Paines Plough at the Riverside Studios in London and on tour in Britain and Holland.

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About the author (1999)

Stephen Jeffreys was born in London, England on April 22, 1950. He received a degree in English literature from Southampton University in 1972. He became a playwright. His plays included The Libertine, Lost Land, A Going Concern, and Backbeat. He wrote the screenplay for The Libertine and Diana. He died from a brain tumor on September 17, 2018 at the age of 68.

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