Kim Cattrall plays intelligent and sexy sculptor Claire Harrison, who is forced to contemplate her future following a serious road accident. Left with only the use of her sharp mind, wit and indomitable spirit, she can make us laugh - and often does - she could make us cry, but she doesn't want to. What she does want is to be heard and to reclaim the decisions about her own life and death.
Whose Life Is It Anyway? places the individual at the centre of one of the most complex medical and moral issues of our times - do we have the right to choose how we want to live and when we want to die?
Originally seen in London in 1978 with Tom Conti, the production subsequently transferred to Broadway and was then re-written for Mary Tyler Moore. Brian Clark's newly updated version of his award-winning play now invites contemporary audiences to consider some of the most challenging and controversial questions they may ever be asked.
Kim Cattrall, best known for her portrayal of Samantha Jones in the internationally award winning Sex and the City, leads a cast including Janet Suzman and Ann Mitchell. Sir Peter Hall, one of the world's most distinguished directors, will direct the production.
Written by: Brian Clark
Produced by: Sonia Friedman Productions, Mark Rubinstein, Tulchin/Bartner Productions