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Publisher: 1997-
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Named Person: Ian Spink
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 83783652
Notes: Includes article from Times Literary Supplement, 5/2/97 on the work, a dance-opera by playwright Caryl Churchill with two sections: Eight rooms and two nights. Includes readings from books: Birds as individuals, and "a diary left behind in a hotel room." Chor.: Ian Spink; mus.: Orlando Gough; scen.: Lucy Bevan. Performed in Hanover (Germany); also in London at The Place Theatre, May 1997, by Second Stride.


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