Jack thornes burying your brother in the pavement is a play that tackles the story of a teenage boy grieving for his dead brother with emotional honesty and imaginative flair written specifically for young people it was commissioned as part of the 2008 national theatre connections festival and premiered by youth theatres across the uk including a performance at the national theatre in july . Burying your brother in the pavement a play about grief and looking at someone that little bit more closely toms brother luke is dead. Burying your brother in the pavement is an intriguing title for a play and it comes from the pen of a playwright described as a powerful voice for britains youth independent and when norwich theatre royals youth company presents this challenging jack thorne drama at stage two from march 30 to april 1 audiences can expect a rollercoaster of thought provoking emotion . The first thing you are met with when walking into eagle house schools production of burying your brother in the pavement is approximately 20 young teenagers spaced out on the stage wearing white masks this may sound as though it would appear comical but it is intense and intriguing and is a clever start to what turns out to be a very clever show. Burying your brother in the pavement jack thorne eagle house school spacetriplex 8 to 13 august 2016 share drama in school is always an interesting concept where criteria has to be met and acting perfected in order to make the grade
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