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Before You Say Anything
Ebook, ISBN: 9781788507400Publication Date:
21 Sep 2023
£6.99 £5.59You save £1.40 (20%)
First Staged:
Dublin Fringe Festival, 2020

Before You Say Anything

By Carys D. Coburn With MALAPROP Theatre

Ebook £6.99£5.59

Imagine no one loves you and you have to leave home with nothing. Where would you go? Would you feel free? Are you free at all if your 'choices' hurt? 

A play that questions how everyone can be safe at the same time, Before You Say Anything is a time-travelling set of interweaving stories exploring injustice, freedom and bravery.

Created by Carys D. Coburn with MALAPROP Theatre, it was first staged at the 2020 Dublin Fringe Festival.

MALAPROP Theatre is an award-winning collective of Irish theatremakers, who seek to challenge, delight and speak to the world we live in (even when imagining different ones).

Also available in the collection MALAPROP: plays.

Press Quotes

'Subtle, timely and beautifully paced… riveting'

Irish Times

'Reminiscent of early Carly Churchill... This is thinking theatre at its best'

Irish Independent
Ebook,ISBN: 9781788507400Publication Date:
21 Sep 2023
£6.99 £5.59You save £1.40 (20%)

Also by Carys D. Coburn:

Where Sat the Lovers
MALAPROP: plays
Citysong and other plays
HOTHOUSE
Everything Not Saved
Boys and Girls
Drawing Crosses on a Dusty Windowpane
Citysong

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