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Blasted, Cleansed and 4.48 Psychosis premiered at the Royal Court Theatre.
"The Royal Court is a leading force in world theatre, producing new plays of the highest quality, encouraging writers across society, and addressing the problems and possibilities of our time. The Royal Court Theatre is Britain's only national company dedicated to new work by innovative writers from the UK and around the world."
As well as Sarah Kane, The Royal Court has premiered works by Beckett, Caryl Churchill and Athol Fugard. There are two theatres in the building, Upstairs and Downstairs. Writers can submit scripts to The Royal Court.
The Gate Theatre premiered Phaedra's Love. A small theatre in North London.
Kane was a writer in residence at Paines Plough who premiered Crave.
"Paines Plough believes the playwright's voice is at the centre of contemporary theatre and works with new and experienced writers. We develop new work with a programme of workshops and readings and we provide the support and inspiration for commissioned writers to push themselves and challenge their craft. We aim to produce the most ambitious and challenging of new theatre writing."
Aimed at stimulating new writing. The current artistic director is Vicky Featherstone. Other writers supported by Paines Plough include David Greig. UK writers can submit scripts to Paines Plough.
During the lunchtime readings at the Bridewell, Kane presented and developed Crave.
"The Bridewell's aim is twofold: to create a centre of excellence for the development of music theatre and to provide an independent off-West End venue for the City of London. In this unique theatre space we present a year-round programme of evening music theatre and drama, and a lunchtime programme of short shows and workshops which can be enjoyed by local workers during their lunch hour."
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