Decade
Paperback, 256 pages ISBN: 9781848422308Publication Date:
8 Sep 2011
Size: 196mm x 130mm£10.99 £8.79You save £2.20 (20%)
EPUB, 256 pages ISBN: 9781780012704Publication Date:
8 Oct 2014
£10.99 £8.80You save £2.19 (20%)
First Staged:
Commodity Quay, St. Katharine's Dock, London, 2011

Decade

By Various

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Two towers. Ten years. Twenty plays.

Ten years after 9/11, twenty international writers respond to the defining event of our times.

Published here are their individual plays, which woven together formed the basis of Decade, an immersive theatrical production from Headlong theatre company.

The writers: Samuel Adamson, Mike Bartlett, Alecky Blythe, Adam Brace, Ben Ellis, Ella Hickson, Samuel D. Hunter, John Logan, Matthew Lopez, Mona Mansour, DC Moore, Abi Morgan, Rory Mullarkey, Janine Nabers, Lynn Nottage, Harrison David Rivers, Simon Schama, Christopher Shinn, Beth Steel, Alexandra Wood.

Press Quotes

'dazzling... a bold experiment in engaging with history, realised with flair'

Evening Standard

'astonishing... deeply moving... illuminated by humour and a strong sense of human resilience.'

Telegraph
Paperback, 256 pages ISBN: 9781848422308Publication Date:
8 Sep 2011
Size: 196mm x 130mm£10.99 £8.79You save £2.20 (20%)
EPUB, 256 pages ISBN: 9781780012704Publication Date:
8 Oct 2014
£10.99 £8.80You save £2.19 (20%)

Also by Various:

Queers: Eight Monologues
Women, Power and Politics: Now
Plays from VAULT
Plays from VAULT 3
Women, Power and Politics: Then
Queers: Eight Monologues - [SIGNED COPY]
Plays from VAULT 2

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