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Teatrophy: Three More Plays

by Peter Carlaftes

In Teatrophy: Three More Plays, critically-acclaimed playwright/author/poet Peter Carlaftes offers a trio of brilliant and intense modern plays that inspire on both page and stage. In “Anti,” Carlaftes explores...

Wolf Hall & Bring Up the Bodies: The Stage Adaptation

by Hilary Mantel & Mike Poulton


Hilary Mantel's Thomas Cromwell novels are the most formidable literary achievements of recent times,...

A Year of Shakespeare: Re-living the World Shakespeare Festival

by Paul Edmondson, Paul Prescott & Erin Sullivan

A Year of Shakespeare gives a uniquely expert and exciting overview of the largest Shakespeare celebration the world has ever known: the World Shakespeare Festival 2012. This is the only book to describe and...

Frankie and Johnny

by John Huston & Miguel Covarrubias

The ill-fated lovers Frankie and Johnny were already legends by 1930, the year of this illustrated drama's publication. The unique interpretation is a collaboration between John Huston, the future director of...

Game (NHB Modern Plays)

by Mike Bartlett & David Grieg

In a housing crisis, a young couple are offered a home of their own. But at what price?

Invasive and unnerving, Mike Bartlett’s provocative new play invites us to spy on a family as they explore a dangerous...

Multitudes (NHB Modern Plays)

by John Hollingworth

A gripping, kaleidoscopic drama about a clash of values in multicultural Britain, from actor and playwright John Hollingworth.

Bradford. On the eve of a Conservative Party Conference the country is in turmoil...

Yen (NHB Modern Plays)

by Anna Jordan

Anna Jordan's Bruntwood Prize-winning play, Yen explores a childhood lived without boundaries and the consequences of being forced to grow up on your own.

Hench is sixteen, Bobbie is thirteen. They live alone...

Wittgenstein: The Crooked Roads

by William Lyons

Difficult to know and impossible to forget, Ludwig Wittgenstein is remembered as the greatest philosopher of the twentieth century. He published only one book in his lifetime - a masterpiece that moulded the...

The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil

by John McGrath & Graeme Macdonald

Written during the 1970s, John McGrath's winding, furious, innovative play tracks the economic history and exploitation of the Scottish Highlands from the post-Rebellion suppression of the clans to the story...

The Theatre and Films of Jez Butterworth

by David Ian Rabey

Jez Butterworth is the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful new British dramatist of the 21st century: his acclaimed play Jerusalem has had extended runs in the West End and on Broadway. This...

Contemporary English Plays: Eden¿s Empire; Alaska; Shades; A Day at the Racists; The Westbridge

by James Graham, DC Moore & Anders Lustgarten

Edited and introduced by leading cultural and theatre critic Aleks Sierz, this bold and urgent collection of contemporary plays by England's newest and most relevant young writers explores the various cultures...

Humble Boy

by Charlotte Jones

An award-winning new play that has been called "a brilliant latter-day variant on Elsinore in an English country garden blitzed by bees" (Sheridan Morley, The Spectator)

All is not well in the Humble hive. Thirty-five-year-old...

Piranha Heights

by Philip Ridley

A programme playtext of Philip Ridley's latest haunting work for Soho Theatre , London, from May 2008.

Sex and the Three Day Week

by Stephen Sharkey

I will NOT be denied. I AM a volcano! And this is MY night.

Britain in the 1970s: a time of strikes, blackouts and free love.

But Philip's frustrated. While his wife Angela thinks he's past it, he wants to share...

Brecht On Film & Radio

by Bertolt Brecht & Marc Silberman

This text includes all of Brecht's theoretical writing about film, radio, broadcasting and the new media written between 1919 and 1956 as well as all of his important screenplays produced during the 1920's and...


by Pat Kinevane

It's mad that ye're here with me. In Cobh. I always felt like I was born on the brink of the world. That I was near death, always. And here I am! Hereafter. This place of slower motion. But whipping energy....

Complete Works, Volume IV

by Harold Pinter

Dramatist, scriptwriter, short story writer, novelist, poet, director, and actor, Harold Pinter has earned universal praise for his distinctive style and imagination. In this, the most recent of four volumes,...

The Dwarfs: A Novel

by Harold Pinter

Originally written in 1950, then revised and first published in 1992, The Dwarfs is Harold Pinter's only novel. Set in postwar Britain, The Dwarfs describes the intertwined lives and concerns of four young Londoners:...

Why Acting Matters

by David Thomson

Does acting matter? David Thomson, one of our most respected and insightful writers on movies and theater, answers this question with intelligence and wit. In this fresh and thought-provoking essay, Thomson...

Contemporary Irish Plays: Freefall; Forgotten; Drum Belly; Planet Belfast; Desolate Heaven; The Boys of Foley Street

by Michael West, Pat Kinevane & Richard Dormer

Contemporary Irish Plays showcases the new drama that has emerged since 2008. Featuring a blend of established and emerging writers, the anthology shows how Irish writers are embracing new methods of theatre-making...