Caryl Churchill

Nuffield announces 50th anniversary season, Tom Hiddleston joins as associate actor
By Theo Bosanquet · 3 Jul 2014

Highlights of the season include an adaptation of Coen Brothers' film The Hudsucker Proxy

A Number (York Theatre Royal)
By Dan Meyers · 8 May 2014

George and Niall Costigan bring their real-life relationship to the parts of father and son in Caryl Churchill's A Number

Orange Tree to showcase rare revivals by David Mamet and Caryl Churchill
By Andi Kaufman · 12 Mar 2014

Squirrels and The After-Dinner Joke create a showcase for this year's Trainee Directors scheme

Catherine Love: Theatre in the digital age
By Catherine Love · 3 Mar 2014

As our smartphones increasingly run our lives, what can theatre tell us about digital technology?

A Number (Nuffield Theatre)
By Catherine Love · 12 Feb 2014

An intriguing new perspective on Caryl Churchill's questions about cloning, identity and free will at the Nuffield Theatre

Michael Coveney: Max Stafford-Clark fights back with a new book
By Michael Coveney · 18 Dec 2013

The veteran director has lifted the lid on his many years of correspondence with the Arts Council

Simon Stephens, Andrew Scott and Russell Tovey return to Royal Court next year
By Theo Bosanquet · 13 Nov 2013

Rock stars and footballers will be in the spotlight of Vicky Featherstone's newly announced season

Cloud Nine
By Mark Valencia · 15 Sep 2009
Among theatregoers, Caryl Churchill is blue touch paper. Strike a match in the vicinity of her name and there will be sparks, there will be blood. Are her plays iconoclastic, blatant or just ...