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Down Our Street: The Birth, the Struggle and the Pride of a Shipbuilding Town

by Brian McCann
£5.95   paperback  Appin Press (2009)

Down Our Street: The Birth, the Struggle and the Pride of a Shipbuilding Town by Brian McCann Brian McCann is the writer and Artistic Director of Active Drama, a unique company specialising in creating relevant and original productions both for the stage and schools.
Using musical theatre Brian has created and written over one hundred plays for all sorts of audiences, specialising in writing comedy musical theatre that tackles subjects that, at first glance, do not appear to fit any Musical Theatre genre. These include a shopping centre, a cemetery, a public park, HIV and Aids, Bullying, a football team and the properties of light!
Brian's unique style of fast paced action intertwined with often witty songs, and comic dialogue has been enjoyed by many audiences. His musical plays like Bully, Emma and Stupidism, to name but three, have toured year after year with total audiences easily exceeding a quarter of a million.

ISBN 13: 9781906205249 | ISBN 10: 1906205248

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