A short play by one of the UK's leading dramatists. Premiered at the Royal Court in October 2012.
'No one could blame me. I've been hurt. You're a monster.'
A child is shut in her room, a dog is dead in the road, someone is kissing her brother in law. A family locked in hatred is sending a son to war. And meanwhile in another country…
'The best short play since Harold Pinter's Mountain Language' Mark Lawson, Front Row
'As always Churchill seems inventive, coolly socialist, bleak yet dazzling, a bit of a shaman' Evening Standard
'An intriguing work, with an underlying atmosphere of unease and menace reminiscent of Pinter… it nags away in the memory long after you have left the theatre' Telegraph