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Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy

by Judd Apatow

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERFrom the writer and director of Knocked Up and the producer of Freaks and Geeks comes a collection of intimate, hilarious conversations with the biggest names in comedy from the past...


Where D'Ya Put Yer Willy?

by Jeff Kristian

Upon the sudden death of Jewish drag queen Letitia Von Schabernacket, closeted Essex geezer Michael is left a small fortune and fifty per cent shares in a notorious Soho drag club, Sugar Sugar. But to inherit,...


Passing on Curves: While Death Rides Shotgun

by Craig D McLaughlin

In gripping essays from his stage performances, Craig McLaughlin travels a road where death lurks around every turn. At birth, he almost bleeds to death because of hemophilia. Despite the odds, he survives to...


The Angry Brigade

by James Graham

Its government has declared a vicious class war. A one-sided war . . . We have started to fight back . . . with bombs.

Against a backdrop of Tory cuts, high unemployment and the deregulated economy of 1970s Britain,...


Dance was her Religion: The Spiritual Choreography of Isadora Duncan, Ruth St. Denis and Martha Graham

by Janet Lynn Roseman. Ph.D.

Three dancers who changed the face of Modern Dance and liberated dancers from ballet's rigidity to glorify the human body as a scared vessel: Isadora Duncan, 1877-1927, Ruth St. Denis, 1879-1968, and Martha...


Heisenberg

by Simon Stephens

Is this the strangest thing that two people have ever done in the history of the world?

Amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, Clare spots Alex, a much older man, and plants a kiss on his neck....


Boxing Films, Mobsters, Dames!: Volume One;  How Kirk Douglas and Robert Ryan Fought Their Way To Stardom

by William Hare & Alvaro Armada Gonzalez

This work explores the success of great films of the early post World War Two era by exploring the links and dimensions of young men impoverished by the Great Depression seeking fame and fortune as professional...


How to Make Great Radio

by David Lloyd

There is no such thing as perfect radio – and therein lies its delicious unpredictability. In fact, so charming is this quality that 90 per cent of UK adults tune into the medium every week. Like many things,...


Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho

by Jon Brittain & Matt Tedford

Look at us, Margaret - the press is on our side. We're heroes: the public is behind us, we're protecting our children, the party is united behind the cause. You can stand against it if you want, but you will...


Ziegfeld and His Follies: A Biography of Broadway's Greatest Producer

by Cynthia Brideson & Sara Brideson

The name Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. (1867--1932) is synonymous with the decadent revues that the legendary impresario produced at the turn of the twentieth century. These extravagant performances were filled with...


The Rolling Stone

by Chris Urch

One day you're you. The next you're � I can't even say the word.

Dembe and Sam have been seeing each other for a while. They should be wondering where this is going and when to introduce each other to their...


The Right to Speak: Working with the Voice

by Patsy Rodenburg

This bestselling book by one of the world's foremost voice and acting coaches is a classic in its field. Practical, passionate and inspiring, it teachers how to use the voice fully and expressively, without...


Roots

by Arnold Wesker

It's 1958. Beatie Bryant has been to London and fallen in love with Ronnie, a young socialist. As she anxiously awaits his arrival to meet her family at their Norfolk farm, her head is swimming with new ideas....


Knives in Hens

by David Harrower & Mark Fisher

The village has lied. William has lied. It is not because I am undeserving. Not because I am young and they are old. God has given them nothing. I know this now.

Knives in Hens is a brutal fable set in a timeless...


Harper Regan

by Simon Stephens & Jacqueline Bolton

If you go, I don't think you should come back.

On a startlingly bright autumn night in 2006, Harper Regan walked away from her home, her husband and daughter, and kept walking. She told nobody that she was going....


Love, Love, Love

by Mike Bartlett & James Grieve

Love, Love, Love, the latest play by Olivier award winning writer Mike Bartlett, explores whether the baby boomer generation is to blame for the debt-ridden and adrift generation of their children, now adults...


Tory Boyz

by James Graham & Anthony Banks

I just remember, even as a, as a young . . . man, not even man, just a boy . . . when nothing makes sense, and you're not sure who you are . . . the idea of �� the strength of the person that stands alone,...


Sucker Punch

by Roy Williams & Harry Derbyshire

Right, you know the rules, watch the low blows, if it's a knock-down no messing about, go straight to your corner, and don't come out till called for, are we clear? Touch gloves, let's go.

In the red corner:...


The Mountaintop

by Katori Hall & Faedra Chatard Carpenter

Exactly one year ago, I stood in that crumbling pulpit in Riverside and shouted that this war would be our own violent undoing, freedom's suicide . . . Well, I'll tell you, there weren't too many Amens that...


Brian De Palma's Split-Screen: A Life in Film

by Douglas Keesey

A biographical approach to the films of a controversial and provocative director