Published in volume Singular Male Voices
First Staged:
Latchmere Theatre, London, 2003


By Ronan O'Donnell
Published in volume Singular Male Voices

A blistering monologue set in Scotland in the near future, when Europe is at war with America, and Scotland suffers collateral damage in the clash of civilisations.

Ronan O'Donnell's play Brazil was first staged at the Latchmere Theatre, London, in February 2003.

Press Quotes

'O'Donnell has something of novelist James Kelman's ability to describe social alienation in teeming, turbulent prose'

'It's the near future and America is at war with Europe... Trapped in this disorientating world... Doddy hares around the depressed estates and vast rubbish dumps that make up his home town... a promising new writer'

The Times

'An impressive debut from a distinctive new writer'

Time Out

Also by Ronan O'Donnell:

Singular Male Voices
The Doll Tower

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