A sharp and savage play about the animals we are and the people we try to be.
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.
Lou Ramsden's play Breed was first performed at Theatre503, London, in 2010.
'From the night you were born, puppy, I knew I'd do anything for you'
'Disturbing... powerful... grisly and engaging'The Times
'Ramsden hits upon something in Breed. It is a strong offering by a clearly talented young writer'The Stage
16 Sep 2010Size: 198mm x 130mm
7 Apr 2016
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