Elizabeth Kuti

Elizabeth Kuti

Elizabeth Kuti is a playwright and lecturer in drama. Her plays include Fishskin Trousers (Finborough Theatre, 2013; revived at Park Theatre, London, 2017); The Six-Days World (Finborough Theatre, London, 2007); and The Sugar Wife (Soho Theatre, 2006; winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Award). She teaches drama and playwriting at the University of Essex; and is a long-term collaborator with director Robert Price, with whom she founded Lubkinfinds Theatre.

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The Six-Days World

An emotionally involving family play that evokes the poignancy and the poison of the festive season - from the award-winning writer of The Sugar Wife.

The Sugar Wife

Love, lust, prostitution and slavery in a 19th-century Quaker household.

Fishskin Trousers

A haunting play about loss and grief, set in the mists of Suffolk. Also contains the short plays Enter A Gentleman and Time Spent on Trains.

Enter A Gentleman

A 15-minute play based on Restoration playwright Aphra Behn's tempestuous love affair with John Hoyle.

Published in volume Fishskin Trousers

    Time Spent on Trains

    A 15-minute play about childhood, disability and spending time on trains.

    Published in volume Fishskin Trousers