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Royal Court Theatre, London4.54 reviews

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“I’m walking down the street and there’s a door in the fence open and inside there are three women I’ve seen before.”

Three old friends and a neighbour. A summer of afternoons in the back yard. Tea and catastrophe.

Caryl Churchill returns to the Royal Court with this new play directed by James Macdonald.

Design by Miriam Buether, lighting by Peter Mumford and sound by Christopher Shutt.

Caryl Churchill’s previous work for the Royal Court Theatre includes Ding Dong The Wicked; Love and Information; Seven Jewish Children; Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?; A Number; Far Away; Blue Heart; Serious Money; Top Girls and Cloud Nine. Recent revivals of Churchill’s plays include The Skriker (Royal Exchange) and Light Shining In Buckinghamshire plus new play Here We Go (National).

James Macdonald’s previous work for the Royal Court Theatre includes The Wolf From The Door, Circle Mirror Transformation, Love And Information (and off-Broadway), Cock, Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?, Blasted and the European and US tours of Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis . He was Associate Director at the Royal Court 1992-2007. Other recent work includes The Father (Theatre Royal Bath, Tricycle and West End), Exiles (National) and Glengarry Glen Ross (West End).

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Performance dates

21 January to 12 March 2016

Venue Information

Royal Court TheatreSloane Square, London, SW1 8AS

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Customer Reviews

4 reviews4.5

David Lindsay5th March

Excellent performances from all four actors.

Marlene Sidaway19th February

Great performances, interesting play and production, lots to think about.

Eunice Moss31st January

Terrific acting. A great production of a very thought provoking play. I was impressed by the mixture of dark and brutal descriptions of the world in general with humour that lightened the impact. It contrasted with the individual conversation in the garden which ranged from the ordinary and sometimes trivial to extremely sad and heart wrenching; which was also dark and brutal in its own way. I loved the theatre which was like stepping back in time. A real little gem.

anthony bezzina28th January

well dome to all - a bit of a slow start but you kind of warm up to all the ladies then- just the right length well done