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How These Desperate Men Talk
EPUB, 20 pages ISBN: 9781780014142Publication Date:
20 Nov 2014
£1.99 £1.59You save £0.40 (20%)
First Staged:
Schauspielhaus Zurich, 2004

How These Desperate Men Talk

By Enda Walsh

EPUB £1.99£1.59

A short play published for the first time, written during the author's time working with European theatremakers.

Enda Walsh's How These Desparate Men Talk was first performed (with the title Fraternity) at the Schauspielhaus Zürich in December 2004.

It was premiered in Ireland (as How These Desparate Men Talk) by Corcadorca Theatre Company at the Greapel Metal Perforation Factory, Kinsale, Co. Cork, in September 2014.

How These Desparate Men Talk is also available in the collection Enda Walsh Plays: One.

EPUB, 20 pages ISBN: 9781780014142Publication Date:
20 Nov 2014
£1.99 £1.59You save £0.40 (20%)

Also by Enda Walsh:

Roald Dahl's The Twits
Disco Pigs
Lynndie's Gotta Gun
Room 303
Enda Walsh Plays: Two
Penelope
Once: The Musical
Disco Pigs & Sucking Dublin
The Ginger Ale Boy
Arlington
Ballyturk
The Small Things
Misterman
The New Electric Ballroom
Lazarus: The Complete Book and Lyrics
Enda Walsh Plays: One
The Walworth Farce
Sucking Dublin
My Friend Duplicity
Delirium
bedbound & misterman: two plays
misterman (2001 edition)
Kitchen
A Girl's Bedroom
Chatroom
bedbound

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