9781408185766

Wasted

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  • ISBN13:

    9781408185766

  • ISBN10:

    1408185768

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2013-04-11
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama

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Summary

I'm making a decision. I'm changing things. This is it.
Three old friends in their mid-twenties. One remarkable day. For Ted, Danny and Charlotte, it's time to seize control. Make a difference. Change things. This is it.

A day trip through the parks and raves and cafes of South London, where life is what you make it. The rapid fire words of Kate Tempest paint a picture of lives less ordinary in an unforgiving world, sound-tracked by an exhilarating score.

The drama mixes rap-style poetry delivered with microphones and self-reflexive addresses to the audience.

A play about love, life and losing your mind, and the first play from one of the UK's most exciting performance poets, Kate Tempest.

Author Biography

Kate Tempest is a poet and rapper from south-east London. Her book, Everything Speaks In Its Own Way, is nominated for The Guardian First Book Award. She has written for the Royal Shakespeare Company, BBC, Amnesty International and Chris Ofili. "One of the most exciting young writers working in Britain today." Huffington Post

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