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In rural Devon, one man in a barn is visited by two men from London, intent on dealing with some unfinished business. Only two men will leave the barn. This is Butterworth's third play to be directed by Ian Rickson at the Royal Court - and as always, something wonderful is guaranteed...His debut play Mojo , about the gangster underworld of the rock'n'roll scene in 1950s Soho, caused a sensation at the Court in 1995. It marched off with all the awards - including the Olivier Award for Best Comedy, the George Devine Award and the Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright - transferred to the West End, and was filmed with a cast including Harold Pinter, directed by Butterworth himself.
|Publication date:||9th March 2006|
|Publisher:||Nick Hern Books|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Jez Butterworth's previous plays, Mojo (1995) and The Night Heron (2002), were both premiered at the Royal Court. His films (as writer and director) include Mojo and Birthday Girl (2002, starring Nicole Kidman).More About Jez Butterworth