The Judge's Wife
Imprint: Nick Hern Books
Published in volume Caryl Churchill: Shorts
First Staged:
Broadcast on BBC 2, 1972

The Judge's Wife

By Caryl Churchill
Published in volume Caryl Churchill: Shorts

A short play about justice and retribution, first seen as a BBC television drama.

When a Judge passes a harsh sentence on a young man, he sets in train a series of events that call into question his ultimate purpose: was he a reactionary, or a revolutionary?

Originally written for television, Caryl Churchill's The Judge's Wife was first broadcast on BBC 2 in October 1972.

Also by Caryl Churchill:

Icecream
Three More Sleepless Nights
Love and Information
Pigs and Dogs
Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?
Not Not Not Not Not Enough Oxygen
Blue Heart
This is a Chair
Ding Dong the Wicked
A Number
Beautiful Eyes
Lives of the Great Poisoners
The Skriker
Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.
Far Away
Bliss
Abortive
Seagulls
Here We Go
Lovesick
Cloud Nine
Caryl Churchill Plays: Three
Hot Fudge
Escaped Alone
Hotel
Far Away (Donmar edition)
Light Shining in Buckinghamshire
Caryl Churchill Plays: Five
A Dream Play
Thyestes
Tickets are Now On Sale
Mad Forest
War and Peace Gaza Piece
Seven Jewish Children
The Hospital at the Time of the Revolution
Caryl Churchill Plays: Four
Schreber's Nervous Illness
A Mouthful of Birds
Caryl Churchill: Shorts
The After-Dinner Joke
Three Short Plays
A Number (2015 edition)
Traps

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