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By Caryl Churchill

Published to mark Caryl Churchill’s 70th birthday, this quantity contains: Cloud Nine, Bliss, Hotel, This is a Chair, Blue Heart, Far Away, A Number, Drunk sufficient to assert i like You?, and A Dream Play.

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BRIAN Be nice to her? ALICE Yes I’m just saying be nice to her. BRIAN When am I not nice to her? am I not a good father is that what you’re going to say? do you want to say that? say it. ALICE I’m just – BRIAN Say it say it. ALICE Just be nice to her that’s all. BRIAN Nice. ALICE Fine, you’re going to be nice that’s all I’m saying. BRIAN I should leave you. I’m the one should have gone to Australia. ALICE Go back with her I should. BRIAN Maybe I’ll do that. ALICE Though mind you she wouldn’t stay in Australia in that case would she?

ALICE Just be nice to her that’s all. BRIAN Nice. ALICE Fine, you’re going to be nice that’s all I’m saying. BRIAN I should leave you. I’m the one should have gone to Australia. ALICE Go back with her I should. BRIAN Maybe I’ll do that. ALICE Though mind you she wouldn’t stay in Australia in that case would she? She’d have to move on to New Zealand. Or Hawaii, I think she’d move to Tonga probably. MAISIE I do think waiting is one of the hardest things. Waiting for arrivals and also waiting to say goodbye, that’s even worse when you’re waiting on a station platform or a quayside or the airport or just at home the day someone’s going waiting for the time when they go I think that’s far worse than when they’ve gone though of course when they’ve gone you think why didn’t I make better use of them when they were still there, you can’t do right in those situations.

ANN It’s your fault coming in here. TED He ran on the balcony and jumped over. JOHN He what? TED I can’t look. ANN I’m going down. You did it, I’ll tell everyone you did it, why can’t you keep out of my life. ANN goes. TED I just said we’ve had enough of you. I didn’t touch him. JOHN He knew what we was here for. TED He knew we were here to say you got our sister on drugs. JOHN And we said that. TED That’s all we said. JOHN We weren’t going to kill him or nothing. TED We were going to give him a smack.

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