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A dark thriller by Simon Stephens, set across three countries exploring human trafficking and the vice trade. As the severed human head of an Estonian woman is found in a river in Hammersmith, two British detectives set off in search of her origins in Europe and how she came to be found dead. Fighting to cross international borders and language barriers, the pair enter a nightmarish world that will change one of them forever. Three Kingdoms tells the stories of trafficked women, the gangs and the police forces across Europe that attempt to control the trade.
Michael Coveney - 9 May 2012
Simon Stephens’s new play for World Stages London, Three Kingdoms, is one of those dubiously moral, violently sexist, critic-baiting and physically upsetting pieces of theatre that desperately wants its cake while eating it voraciously.
In a thinly disguised as a thriller set across England, Germany and Estonia, two detectives hunt down the murderer of a headless woman in Hammersmith as the show descends into the nightmare jungle of human trafficking and the vice trade.
“You know you’re in trouble when everyone suddenly dons wolves’ heads, sex aids and bondage gear for a lads’ night out in Tallinn. In fact, what happens to Nicholas Tennant’s gamely resilient and much abused detective inspector Ignatius Stone is “a bit of a holiday” that goes horribly wrong in an orgy of explicit excess.
You know you are in trouble when everyone suddenly dons wolves heads.”
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