Burying Your Brother in the Pavement
Paperback, 64 pages ISBN: 9781848424166Publication Date:
26 Jun 2014
Size: 198mm x 129mm£9.99 £6.99You save £3.00 (30%)
EPUB, 64 pages ISBN: 9781780014838Publication Date:
31 Jul 2014
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First Staged:
National Theatre Connections Festival, 2008

Burying Your Brother in the Pavement

By Jack Thorne

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A play about grief and looking at someone that little bit more closely.

Tom’s brother Luke is dead. This has upset a lot of people but it hasn’t upset Tom. Or, rather, it has upset him, but in ways he can’t explain and other people can't understand. You see, Tom and Luke were never friends. In fact, Tom didn't really like Luke at all.

So it’s an odd decision - to try and bury Luke in the pavement of the Tunstall Estate where he was killed. But to Tom, it sort of makes sense, in a stupid-weird kind of way. As he sleeps out on the pavement, he comes across planning officials, tramps, undertakers, police officers, sisters, mothers, estate agents, ghosts, pavement elephants, sky dragons and a strange lad called Tight who wants to sell him a Travelcard.

Written specifically for young people, Burying Your Brother in the Pavement was part of the 2008 National Theatre Connections Festival and was premiered by youth theatres across the UK.

'I need to stay here, okay? Will you tell them that? I know you don't understand, but I really need to stay here...'

Paperback, 64 pages ISBN: 9781848424166Publication Date:
26 Jun 2014
Size: 198mm x 129mm£9.99 £6.99You save £3.00 (30%)
EPUB, 64 pages ISBN: 9781780014838Publication Date:
31 Jul 2014
£9.99 £7.00You save £2.99 (30%)

Also by Jack Thorne:

Stacy
When You Cure Me
Woyzeck
Hope
The Solid Life of Sugar Water
Fanny and Faggot
Junkyard
Jack Thorne Plays: One
Red Car, Blue Car
Bunny
Let the Right One In (stage version)
A Christmas Carol (Old Vic stage version)
2nd May 1997
Stacy & Fanny and Faggot: two plays
Mydidae

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