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Babylon Heights

by Irvine Welsh & Dean Cavanagh

If you put four dwarfs in a room with enough opium and alcohol, it's bound to end in tears.

In 1935, MGM studios embarked on a movie adaptation of L. Frank Baum's The Wizard of Oz. The production called for...

Carmen Disruption

by Simon Stephens

I'll gather my breath. I'll walk out of my room. I'll know exactly where I'm going to go. The voice in my head tells me exactly where to go.

In the opulent grandeur of a European city, a renowned singer abandons...

An Ideal Husband

by Oscar Wilde

On the surface, Sir Robert Chiltern is an ideal husband—he has an impressive role as a member of the House of Commons and is always respectable in public and in private. His wife, Lady Chiltern, is proud of...

Chicken Dust

by Ben Weatherill

Oh this ain't a farm. This is a loading dock. No such things as farms anymore, not around here.

A chicken farm in rural England. New boy Tim has just arrived for his first shift. The job is pretty simple: grab...

The Beaux Stratagem

by George Farquhar

The NHB Drama Classics series presents the world's greatest plays in affordable, highly readable editions for students, actors and theatregoers. The hallmarks of the series are accessible introductions (focussing...

The Red Chair

by Sarah Cameron & Paul Clark

Let us tell you a strange tale that did unfold someplace in the glum north o'the warld, where there lived a Man who could not stop eating, a Woman doomed to cook his meals and one 'inveesible child'.

Told in...

Lovesong of the Electric Bear

by Snoo Wilson

Nothing is stronger than this love, for I am nothing indeed without you, Master

Awoken from his deathbed by his favourite childhood teddy bear, Turing is led by the hand through the journey of his life, from...

Harajuku Girls

by Francis Turnly

I don't know a girl who hasn't been groped on a train. There's always someone trying to cop a feel. Might as well get paid for it.

On Jingu Bridge in Tokyo, teenage girls dress in cosplay outfits for fun, fashion,...

Brecht Plays 8: The Antigone of Sophocles; The Days of the Commune; Turandot or the Whitewasher's Congress

by Bertolt Brecht, David Constantine & Tom Kuhn

The latest volume in Methuen's Collected Brecht includes two plays previously untranslated into English

Volume 8 of Brecht's collected plays contains his last completed plays, from the eight years between his...

Absolutely Perhaps

by Luigi Pirandello

A brand new adaptation of Pirandello's first play

Life Of Galileo

by Bertolt Brecht & John Willett

Along with Mother Courage, the character of Galileo is one of Brecht's greatest creations, immensely live, human and complex. Unable to resist his appetite for scientific investigation, Galileo's heretical discoveries...

Fireworks: Al' ab Nariya

by Dalia Taha & Clem Naylor

There's no-one in the streets but us. You run that way and I'll run this way. Whoever gets back to the front door first without getting shot, wins.

In a Palestinian town eleven-year-old Lubna and twelve-year-old...


by Bloomsbury Publishing

We have all stared up at the stars and desperately tried to put into words what it is that we are feeling.

This mission is an articulation of that wonder.

It's 2029: the first human mission to Mars has disappeared...

Play Mas

by Mustapha Matura

Boy, wen we come ter power we go change dis whole island, upside down, we go make all dem people who was taking advantage a we, suffer, we go make dem bawl.

1950s Port of Spain. Samuel, a young tailor's assistant,...

Shrapnel: 34 Fragments of a Massacre

by Anders Lustgarten

There is no such thing as a happy colonised people.

Never has been and never will be.

That is our basic delusion.

December 2011. Watching video footage from a drone, Pentagon officials see a huddle of people �...

Fish in the Dark: A Play

by Larry David

Fish in the Dark is the astonishing playwriting debut by Larry David, the multiple Emmy-winning star of Curb Your Enthusiasm and co-creator of Seinfeld. This sidesplitting play, a testimony to David’s great...

One Hand Clapping

by Anthony Burgess & Lucia Cox

Sometimes when I'm at work and waiting for customers I think about the two of us living like kings and not bothering about the future. Because there may not be any future to bother about, you know. Not for anybody,...


by Harry Melling

if I was gold almighty himself,

and destroyed this first attempt at life.

what would my second version be?

. . . a dead end of endless possibility.

A pedlar boy wakes up in a field somewhere in London, surrounded...

Radiant Vermin

by Philip Ridley

I feel this . . . thing inside me. Just here. Next to my heart. It's small. The size of sparrow. I don't know what it looks like. But I know it's got claws because it scratches. And I imagine it to be dark blue...

Dublin Carol (NHB Modern Plays)

by Conor McPherson

A magical, compelling play from the author of The Weir.

Present day Dublin. Christmas Eve. Undertaker John Plunkett is sharing memories of funerals over the years and dispensing advice to his young assistant....