Lucy Kirkwood

Matt Trueman: Could context be as much a hindrance as a help?
Following a trip to New York, our critic Matt Trueman discovers that, when watching a show, context isn't everything
Headlong commits to gender equality among playwrights
The touring company has committed to a 50/50 commissioning policy
Catherine Love: My tips for the Brighton Festival and Fringe
A few recommendations to help theatregoers navigate this month's Brighton Festival and Fringe programmes
Michael Coveney: Lucy Kirkwood collects another big prize for Chimerica
Kirkwood's latest award continues a fine tradition of playwrights lauding each other's work
Chimerica playwright Lucy Kirkwood scoops Susan Smith Blackburn Prize
By Editorial Staff
Phoebe Waller-Bridge also received a special commendation
Critics cheer Kirkwood's West End Chimerica
By Editorial Staff
Lucy Kirkwood's new play, which won critical acclaim with its original run at the Almeida Theatre has transferred to the West End's Harold Pinter Theatre, where it runs until 19 October 2013
Chimerica (West End)
Lucy Kirkwood's new play about the search for the Tiananmen Square 'Tank Man' transfers from the Almeida to the Harold Pinter Theatre
Chimerica's Stephen Campbell Moore: 'The Tank Man is an ongoing source of fascination'
As Lucy Kirkwood's epic play Chimerica transfers from the Almeida to the West End's Harold Pinter Theatre, its star Stephen Campbell Moore discusses the issues it raises, and where it might go next