A short play about death by Caryl Churchill.
A funeral party for a man with an adventurous past and a ginger cat that needs a home.
Where is he now? Is his heart lighter than a feather? How did he die? And what happens to his friends?
Caryl Churchill’s play Here We Go was premiered at the National Theatre, London, in November 2015.
‘Provocative and startling… I was mesmerised’
— Evening Standard
‘Exquisitely atmospheric… [has] a black humour that resonates far off, like the mad laughter of the cosmos’
— Time Out
‘Many plays confront death. A few deal with the process of dying. Caryl Churchill’s new work manages, in 45 minutes, to encompass both. It not only confirms her ability to experiment with dramatic form but, more importantly, acts as a chilling reminder of our own mortality… a striking memento mori for an age without faith’
‘This is unforgettable. You feel as though you’ve aged a decade as the light gradually fades’