'If I died tomorrow, I would have died having done nothing.
So I made a promise there and then that we would live
tonight like it was our last'
He's been let down, belittled and ignored but tonight none of
that matters - it's Friday and Joe is getting smashed. Kirsty has
bought some vodka on the way home from school and is hastily
shaving her legs with her friend's dad's razor. As bottles are
drained and the sun sets the two hit the town, neither aware
that soon their lives will irreconcilably collide.
Chapel Street is the debut play from one of the UK's most
exciting new writers, Luke Barnes. Crackling with energy
and dripping with humour it is an acerbic yet compassionate
portrait of good times gone bad for a betrayed generation,
which carries a pertinence in the wake of David Cameron
addressing 'Broken Britain'.
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|Size: ||2.3 MB|
|Publisher: ||Oberon Modern Plays|
|Date published: || 2012|
|ISBN: ||9781849437158 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|