Three short plays by Caryl Churchill
Abortive is about a married couple reeling in the aftermath of a shocking event; Three More Sleepless Nights is about the arguments that we all know so well, where we speak too much or don’t speak at all; and in Seagulls, by far the most personal to Churchill, a telekinetic’s loss of power offers a powerful allegory about losing the ability to write. Uniting all three plays is the razor-sharp, unforgettable writing that has made Caryl Churchill one of this country’s most important playwrights.
Please note – We are currently using a seating plan for this performance which observes social distancing. According to the most recent government guidelines for live performances, this may not be necessary at the times of these performances. If not, we will release the seats currently off sale, increasing our total capacity. Any changes to the performance or the theatre’s operations will be made known to all ticket holders within good notice.