Cork, 1998. An obsessive odyssey through the city. Dancing on tables, 3 a.m. breakfast rolls and waking up, polluted, on the wrong person's doorstep. Brenda and her ferocious best pal are part of the city furniture. But one of them is realising that she's got it all, all of it, horribly wrong and it might be too late.
Karen Cogan's monologue play Drip Feed is an infectious, dark comedy about the messiness of being young(ish), female and queer.
The play was shortlisted for the Verity Bargate Award 2017, and premiered at Assembly George Square as part of the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, in a co-production between Fishamble and Soho Theatre, London.
Drip Feed is also available in the volume Drip Feed & The Half Of It: Two Plays.
'Dark and powerful… a vivid, immersive and ultimately hopeful exploration of identity'The List
'Vivid and richly written… sometimes funny, sometimes bleak'The Stage
22 Aug 2018
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