Drunk Enough To Say I Love You?
Published by Nick Hern Books
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'.. . startling... Having dealt in the past with the politics of sex, Churchill puts the sexuality of politics centre stage' ~ Guardian
'... radiates quiet fury ... Churchill's focus and target is America's broader foreign policies and Britain's supposed complicity in them ... her play is a phenomenon: a very topical manifestation of mistrust, anxiety and, yes, anger' ~ The Times
'a smoulderingly droll and deadly allegorical conceit ... wickedly witty' ~ Independent