'I didn't fancy being stuck in North Korea': the stormy thriller by a Japanese Ulsterman
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In Francis Turnly’s trilogy one schoolgirl becomes a cat and another goes missing. The sheep farmer turned dramatist discusses The Great Wave, about North Koreans forced into prostitution

‘I tick a variety of boxes,” says Francis Turnly, whose play The Great Wave is about to open in London at the National Theatre. “Asian, British, Irish, mixed, none of these. It changes, depending on how I feel that day.”

Turnly’s father was a Northern Irish journalist who at one point taught English in Tokyo....


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