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Tickets for Caryl Churchill's new quadruple bill Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp. at the Royal Court on sale now!
After her most recent piece, Escaped Alone, made a splash at the Royal Court Theatre with a fleet of five-star reviews, Caryl Churchill has returned to the West End venue to premiere her all-new quadruple bill, Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.
What is Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp. about?
The synopsis for Caryl Churchill's four-in-one show remains stylishly vague yet undoubtedly captivating nonetheless. Witness a girl made out of glass, deities and bloody murders, and the friends of a serial killer à la Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct.
Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp. will be directed by James Macdonald, whose latest works for the West End's Royal Court Theatre include The Wolf From The Door, Escaped Alone, One For Sorrow, and The Children.
Who is Caryl Churchill?
Caryl Churchill is a London-born playwright whose writing style is characterised by non-naturalistic devices, dramatisations of power abuse, sexploitation in politics, and feminism. Caryl Churchill is a frequent collaborator for London's Royal Court with a good number of her plays having received their premieres at the London venue. Her best-known plays Far Away, A Number, and Top Girls are now widely considered to be modern-day classics. The Guardian recently praised Churchill for reconstructing the landscape of contemporary dramas, going on to list her as one of the literary greats of our time.
Book your tickets for Caryl Churchill's Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp early to secure the best seats and tickets prices!
You don't want to miss the latest from the greatest! Book your Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp. tickets now to ensure the best seats possible at the Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Downstairs! Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp. is running for a limited time only from 18 September through 12 October, so act fast or you may just live to regret it!
Mrs KL Shirley29th September
Four stunning short plays. Incredibly inventive, stylish and thought-provoking, with amazing juggling and acrobatics as 'spacers'. My only problem was hearing some of the performers - I was sitting in the balcony. However, nowadays I don't expect to hear all the actors in a play, so I bought a copy in French's before going in, read the first three pieces before it started, and the fourth in the interval. That way at least I knew what was said, even if I couldn't make it all out in the performance. Deborah Findlay,Toby Jones and Rebekah Murrell were always clearly audible.