Description - Breed by Lou Ramsden
Liv is in trouble-her mum's planning a dog fight, her dad's getting out of jail, her brother's getting too close to her baby, the police are sniffing around, and the pack is closing in. Breed is a gripping study of contemporary human relationships. Ramsden tackles with immense depth and feeling the raw emotions of love and anger and the consequences that they can bring. Breed cements Ramsden's standing as a leading and distinctive new female voice in British theatre.
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(198mm x 129mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Lou Ramsden
Lou Ramsden is an inaugural member of the 503Five, a group of emerging playwrights in residence at Theatre503, London, selected from over 200 emerging new voices in British theatre. Her plays include 2004 (DECADE, Theatre503) and Gas and Air (Pleasance Theatre, London). She has also written extensively for BBC Radio 4.