Luckham, Claire. “Afterword to ’The Choice’”. Plays by Women: Volume Ten, edited by Annie Castledine, Methuen Drama, 1994, pp. 113-14.
Standard Name: Luckham, Claire
Birth Name: Claire Luckham
Claire Luckham's career as a playwright was launched in 1976, when the feminist theatre group Scum (a play on which she and her husband collaborated) to open their first season. Her plays often make use of songs and monologues. Her best-known piece, Trafford Tanzi, which began its life in Liverpool pubs two years after Scum, features a theatrical wrestling match between husband and wife over social and domestic roles. Other, historical plays take famous women as their subjects: (1990), (1998), and (2005).selected
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Sandford, Patrick, and Claire Luckham. “Introduction”. Plays, Oberon, 1999, pp. 7-10.
Luckham, Claire. Plays. Oberon, 1999.
Luckham, Claire et al. “Scum”. Monstrous Regiment: Four Plays and a Collective Celebration, Nick Hern, 1991.
Luckham, Claire. “The Choice”. Plays by Women: Volume Ten, edited by Annie Castledine, Methuen Drama, 1994, pp. 67-112.
Luckham, Claire. “Trafford Tanzi”. Plays by Women: Volume Two, edited by Michelene Wandor, Methuen, 1983, pp. 77-97.