|Cloud Nine||Top Girls||Love and Information|
|Mad Forest||Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?||Vinegar Tom|
|Dream Play, A||Pigs and Dogs||Here We Go|
|Escaped Alone||Not Not Not Not Not Enough Oxygen||Judge's Wife, The|
|Heart's Desire||Far Away||A Mouthful of Birds|
|Skriker, The||Three More Sleepless Nights||Bliss|
|Caryl Churchill Plays: Three||Hotel||Lives of the Great Poisoners|
|This is a Chair||Ice Cream||Number, A|
|Abortive||Ding Dong The Wicked||Fen|
|Light Shining in Buckinghamshire||Lovesick||Seagulls|
|Serious Money||After-Dinner Joke, The||Thyestes|
|Traps||Blue Kettle||Blue Heart|
Caryl Churchill (born 1938) wrote her first play, Downstairs, while at Oxford University. It was staged in 1958 and won the award at the Sunday Times National Union of Students Drama Festival.
Her plays have been performed on international stages, on the BBC radio, and adapted for BBC television. They include Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, Cloud Nine, Fen, Three More Sleepless Nights, Top Girls, Serious Money (which won the Laurence Olivier/BBC Award for Best New Play), Mad Forest, The Skriker, Far Away, A Number, and a new version of August Strindberg's A Dream Play. Her latest play, Drunk Enough to say I Love You?, premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, where she served as Resident Dramatist in 1974 and 1975.
She lives in London.