The story of a bird handler who throws down her gauntlet; a soaring tale of avian antics, wit and daring.
The debut solo comedy play from the writer of Mock Tudor (Theatre 503), Café Red (Trafalgar Studios) and Talking to Strangers (with Sally Phillips for BBC Radio 4).
"Daft and deliriously funny... Harriet's personal voyage enables Bevan to reel out a range of perfectly executed and totally bats characters. A strong debut from an undoubted talent."The List
"Lily Bevan is one of the finest, funniest and most original writers I know. I feel a strong kinship with her work, because of writing and performing my own shows for television and the Edinburgh festival. It's edgy work but exciting. Pheasant Plucker comes from a brave new talent."Emma Thompson
Pheasant Plucker Script
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"I mean falconry is a weird life. In a way. I could sort of do without this. I'm here in this field 24/7 -- last week I ate one of his frozen rats thinking it was a Calippo." - Harriet