Donmar Warehouse, London
From Thu 6 Feb 2020 to Sat 21 Mar 2020
A brilliant and unsettling play from one of the UK's leading dramatists.
At the opening of the play, a young girl is questioning her aunt about having seen her uncle hitting people with an iron bar; by the end, several years later, the whole world is at war - including birds and animals.
Caryl Churchill's play Far Away is a howl of anguish at the increasing – and increasingly accepted – levels of inhumanity in a world seemingly perpetually involved in conflict.
The play was first performed at the Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, London, in November 2000.
Set Text: Far Away is a set text for AS/A-Level Drama (WJEC).
'A twisted fairy tale that demonstrates [Churchill's] matchless gift for merging the apocalyptic and the fantastical... brilliantly absurdist... A sliver of genius'Independent
'Caryl Churchill was expected to produce something explosive in Far Away, but... she has exceeded the critics' highest expectations'Observer
'You know you are in the hands of a master'Sunday Times
14 Feb 2003Size: 197mm x 131mm
15 Nov 2012
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