The Bird of Prey Theatre Company

“ The BBC said people didn’t start theatre companies any more…”

Steve Devey is Oliver Cromwell. Image: Phil Jarrett

Back in the late ’90s I was at a party. It was a glorious summer’s afternoon in the garden of a house in Stratford, where I was introduced to another Stratford playwright, Ian Harris, who’d just had a play optioned by a London agent. We helped ourselves to another drink and started talking about writing plays, talk which eventually, and…

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Playwright, Historian, and Freelance Writer, Now Living and Writing in Shakespeare’s Lancashire…

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