90 seconds with: Single Spies director Rachel Kavanaugh
We gave Rachel Kavanaugh 90 seconds to tell us about Single Spies, currently running at Chichester Festival Theatre prior to a UK tour.
Single Spies, which premiered in 1988 at the National Theatre, consists of two plays which take a wry look at the comprised situation of Cambridge spies Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt.
An Englishman Abroad follows exiled spy Burgess and his chance meeting with actress Coral Browne in Moscow, and A Question of Attribution, focuses on Soviet spy Anthony Blunt's relationship with the Queen.
Single Spies runs in Chichester until 13 February, after which it will tour to Birmingham (17 to 27 February), Richmond (1 to 5 March), Canterbury (8 to 12 March), Newcastle (15 to 19 March), Oxford (21 to 26 March), Cheltenham (29 March to 2 April), Bath (4 to 9 April), Leeds (12 to 16 April), Salisbury (18 to 23 April) and Sheffield (26 to 30 April).