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The Vortex

by Noël| Coward

A single-volume edition of one of Coward's masterpieces, published to tie in with major Donmar Warehouse production in December 2002

In The Vortex, Coward explores the darker side of the Cocktail Party set. Emotional...


The Lying Kind

by Anthony Neilson

A brand new comedy by the writer of the hit play Stitching, published to tie in with the Royal Court's Christmas production from November 2002

Constables Blunt and Gobbel have one last duty to fulfil before they...


What The Butler Saw

by Joe Orton

"Joe Orton's last play, What the Butler Saw, will live to be accepted as a comedy classic of English literature" (Sunday Telegraph)


Top Girls

by Caryl Churchill

At a restaurant party thrown by Marlene of the Top Girls Employment Agency are Isabella Bird, the 19th-century traveller, Lady Nijo, courtesan to a 13th-century Japanese Emperor, Brueghel's Dull Gret, Pope Joan...


The Hidden Plot: Notes on Theatre and the State

by Edward Bond

This collection of passionate and polemical essays deal with drama, from its origin in the human mind to its use in history and the present. It elucidates on the hidden working of drama behind the state, religion,...


No Man's Land

by Harold Pinter

“An oblique comedy of menace, unsettling, exquisitely wrought and written . . . a complex excursion into the by now familiar Pinter world of mixed reality and fantasy, of human worth and human degradation.”...


Teaching Drama in Primary and Secondary Schools: An Integrated Approach

by Michael Fleming

This book will be of major interest to student teachers, teachers, lecturers and researchers. It provides a case for an integrated approach to the teaching of drama in primary and secondary schools that will...


Bluebeard

by Hattie Naylor

This is all we are. This is all sex is. The attempted obliteration of the self. That's why it's so brutal. All there is the plane of nature. It was what was before and will always be, and our complete annihilation,...


Loot

by Joe Orton

One of the most enduring comedies of the modern British stage


Beautiful Thing

by Jonathan Harvey

"Beautiful Thing" tells of the unlikely romance between Jamie and Ste in a comic portrait of adolescent self-discovery.


Billy the Girl

by Katie Hims

I wish you could just like consider - consider the chance of it being an accident. 'Cos you're so sure. You're so sure that I did this awful thing.

Billy is out waiting for love where she last saw it. Her mum...


Wilcox Plays: 1: Rents; Accounts; Lent; Massage

by Michael Wilcox

Four plays by a writer at the forefront of 80s theatre

Rents: "A superb and touching comedy about the lives of two "rent" boys in Edinburgh." (Time Out) "What you would never guess about Rents in advance is that...


Reid Plays: 1: Did You ... the One about the Irishman?; Tea in a China Cup; Joyriders; Belle of Belfast City; Clowns

Townsend Plays: 1: Secret Diary of Adrian Mole; Womberang; Bazaar and Rummage; Groping for Words; Great Celestial Cow

by Sue Townsend

A collection of plays by Sue Townsend, including "The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole" adapted from the novel, "Wombergang", set in the waiting-room of a gynaecology clinic, "Bazaar & Rummage" about a community...


Barnes Plays: 3: Clap Hands; Heaven's Blessings; Revolutionary Witness

by Peter Barnes

A third collection of Peter Barnes plays which reflect his social satire and anarchic mix of comedy and tragedy. As one of Britain's most controversial dramatists, he repeatedly challenges the parameters of...


Elton Plays: 1: Gasping; Silly Cow; Popcorn

by Ben Elton

This collection of Ben Elton plays includes three works: "Gasping" is a satire on yuppiedom, advertising and corporate greed; "Silly Cow" is a satire on the modern world; and "Popcorn" adopts the sick humour,...


Daniels Plays: 1: Ripen Our Darkness; The Devil's Gateway; Masterpiece; Neaptide; Byrthrite

by Sarah Daniels

A collection of plays by Sarah Daniels which includes "Masterpieces", a study of the effects of pornography, "Ripen Our Darkness" and the George Devine Award-winner "Neaptide".


Daniels Plays: 2: Gut Girls; Beside Herself; Head-rot Holiday; Madness of Esme and Shaz

by Sarah Daniels

Sarah Daniels is "a writer with a natural talent for disturbance" (Observer)

Set in the gutting sheds of the slaughterhouse at the Cattle Market in late Victorian Deptford, The Gut Girls shows how the lives of...


My TWP Plays: A Collection Including Ten Lost Years

by Jack Winter & Bruce Barton

The first anthology of plays by one of the central figures of Toronto's left-wing theater collective TWP.


The Golden Thread and other Plays

by Emilio Carballido & Margaret Sayers Peden

Emilio Carballido (1925-2008) was one of the most innovative and accomplished of Mexico's playwrights and one of the outstanding creators in the new Latin American theater. By his mid-forties he had already...