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Julie Burchill is Away

Julie Burchill is Away (Paperback)

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Meet the terror of the tabloids in person! Controversial one-woman play by the author of the Quentin Crisp show - published alongside its West End premiere Julie Burchill is a legend in her own lifetime. Guaranteed to take a provocative and deliberately controversial view on anyone from Prince Charles to David Beckham, the 'poison puss' we meet in this play comes over as a somewhat sad recluse rattling around the six empty bedrooms of her palatial Brighton tax-loss. Compiled - with Julie Burchill's active co-operation -by the author of the Quentin Crisp one-man show, Resident Alien, this new play features the actress and cabaret performer Jackie Clunes as Julie B. Julie Burchill is Away...has its London premiere in June 2002 at the trendy new Soho Theatre in the heart of London, prior to an extended tour throughout the UK.

Film, TV & DramaTheatrePlays, playscripts Publisher: Nick Hern Books Publication Date: 12/06/2002 ISBN-13: 9781854596758  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Tim Fountain, a former Literary Manager of the Bush Theatre, has written for theatre, film and television, most notably Resident Alien, his one-man show about Quentin Crisp. He is also the author of a biography of Crisp published in 2001 and a forthcoming book on Playwriting.

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