9781472513731

Drum Belly

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  • ISBN13:

    9781472513731

  • ISBN10:

    1472513738

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2013-06-05
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama

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Summary

This city is changing. Different world from when I was a boy. I came over here when I wasn't much taller than you are now. Different world. You know what getting old is? Getting old is slowly losing everything that you're familiar with.

Man has just set foot on the moon. The streets of Brooklyn are tense. The Irish Mafia is desperately trying to hold on to their power and more importantly their identity. After all, they built these streets. In this edgy new story, relationships between family, friends and enemies are ultimately challenged. Hold tight as Drum Belly casts you into New York City's deep and dark underworld.

Author Biography

Richard Dormer is a Northern Irish playwright, screenwriter and actor. Hurricane, a play about the life of snooker legend Alex Higgins, which he wrote and starred in, won him the Stage award for Best Actor and the BBC Stewart Parker Award for New Writing. It was published in Methuen Drama’s collection Tiger in Winter: Six Contemporary Irish Plays (2006). Other plays include The Half and Gentlemen's Tea Drinking Society which were produced through Belfast's Ransom theatre company.

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