Attempts on her Life with Martin Crimp
Martin Crimp's Attempts on her Life is arguably the most important experimental play of the last twenty years, organizing seventeen scenes around a discussion of a woman who never appears. The play has found homes worldwide, from Germany to New York. Today author Martin Crimp will return to the original production, discussing its development with members of the creative team behind the Royal Court's first staging of it.
The Gallery at Foyles
Tickets: Free, no reservation required
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Martin Crimp; Ferdinand Bruckner