As Brian and Alice wait for their daughter’s safe return from Australia, self-doubt turns to self-destruction. Their fears become reality and they grapple for control whilst desperately undoing and unspeaking their darkest thoughts and dreams; redrafting their lives over and over again.
Famed for her constant reinvention of theatrical forms, Caryl Churchill explores the dissatisfaction in us all and our never-ending battle to control expectations as her characters begin assault on each other and themselves.
Glass Horse Theatre Company is directed by Nicholas Barton-Wines who has worked with Mercury Theatre Company directors Tony Casement on Through The Leaves, Dee Evans on King David, Man of Blood and Gari Jones on A Slight Ache and The Lover.
|Fri 30 Mar||7:45pm||£7.50|
|Sat 31 Mar||2:45pm||£7.50|
|Sat 31 Mar||7:45pm||£7.50|
- Mercury Theatre, Balkerne Gate, Colchester, CO1 1PT