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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 <i>Mountain Language</i>' Mark Lawson, <i>Front Row</i>
'As always Churchill seems inventive, coolly socialist, bleak yet dazzling, a bit of a shaman' <i>Evening Standard</i>
'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' <i>Telegraph</i>
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