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The great Caryl Churchill returns with four brand new plays
Britain’s greatest living playwright Caryl Churchill is back at her usual haunt the Royal Court with four short plays, which will be directed by James Macdonald and designed by Miriam Buether. (There were originally going to be just three – ‘Imp’ was announced after the rest, its existence apparently taking the Court by surprise as much as anyone).
As ever with Churchill, expect the boundaries of language to be firmly pushed and challenged. In terms of what the plays are about: we don’t know, and possibly won’t after seeing them, although for what it’s worth the official description of ‘Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.’ runs: ‘A girl made of glass. Gods and murders. A serial killer’s friends. And a secret in a bottle’.
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