‘Having always been isolated I created imaginative worlds of my own, and I do so still. Oh dear! It all goes back to childhood then?’
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Kevin Clarke speaks with Frances Byrnes about playwriting as an essential dramatic apprenticeship, completing his education as an adult, and how his dramatic subjects choose him, rather than the other way around.
‘I write because I can make a world in my head come alive on the stage or screen.’
‘I was always envious of the flute section in the orchestra at school; a row of neat-looking, trendy girls who didn’t have to concern themselves with valve oil or spit keys.’