RICHARD FRY

BULLY

Davey's nightmare was finally over... then he met the man of his dreams.

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From tragic childhood to tainted adulthood, BULLY movingly charts the inner afflictions of a well meaning soul who tries to escape the cycle of violence that runs through his family. Learning very quickly that people end up either as bullies or victims, which one must he come in order to survive?

Richard Fry wrote BULLY drawing on his own experiences of bullies and bigots, fairies and fag hags, big bad boyfriends and youth club slags. Dealing with serious subjects such as homophobic bullying, domestic violence and the ginger one in Girls Aloud, the punchy script unfolds at an alarming rate which will have you laughing out loud one minute and crying the next. BULLY is quite simply one of the most engaging hours you will spend in a theatre.

Shortlisted for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award

"A deeply moving & edifying study of the human condition."
Fest Magazine

"Fry has a captivating talent."
"Nothing short of outstanding."
Edinburgh Evening News

"Spellbinding...
An unparalleled experience"
British Theatre Guide

“Unmissable”
The Stage

"Fine, delicate acting"
The Guardian

“Beautifully performed."
"Fry fires off the arrows of big emotion with understated genius, launching pauses and unspoken words with the skill of an Olympic champion."
Broadway Baby

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