What happens when a father is confronted by the results of an outrageous genetic experiment?
In Caryl Churchill’s thrilling drama, which won the 2002 Evening Standard Award for Best Play, Roger Allam plays Salter, the father. Colin Morgan plays all his sons. Polly Findlay directs.
Roger Allam plays a father with multiple versions of the same son in a drama that feels like an early noughties Black Mirror
A brief and beautiful investigation into identity
Intriguing but overloaded production of Caryl Churchill's knotty, philosophically complex play
Polly Findlay brilliantly reimagines Caryl Churchill’s cloning play as a kitchen sink drama, powered by a phenomenal performance from Roger Allam
A fine and superbly acted rethinking of a provocative and powerful play
Roger Allam and Colin Morgan give fine performances in Caryl Churchill's nature-nurture debate
Superb revival of Caryl Churchill's cloning drama
This play is well worth adding to your to see list
Another evening of complicated brevity from the masterful Churchill
Cloning drama is less than the sum of its parts
A dream team dazzles anew
The play, the playwright, the players and the director, are all possessed of proven pedigrees