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Shipwreck: The Coast of Utopia, Part II

by Tom Stoppard

The Coast of Utopia is Tom Stoppard’s long-awaited and monumental trilogy that explores a group of friends who come of age under the Tsarist autocracy of Nicholas I, and for whom the term “intelligentsia”...


Voyage: The Coast of Utopia, Part I

by Tom Stoppard

Comprising of three sequential plays, The Coast of Utopia chronicles the story of romantics and revolutionaries caught up in a struggle for political freedom in an age of emperors.

The Coast of Utopia is Tom...


Other Desert Cities

by Jon Robin Baitz & Honor Moore

In OTHER DESERT CITIES, Brooke Wyeth returns home to Palm Springs to visit her parents after a six-year absence. A once-promising novelist, she announces to her family the imminent publication of a memoir dredging...


Salvage: The Coast of Utopia, Part III

by Tom Stoppard

Comprising of three sequential plays, The Coast of Utopia chronicles the story of romantics and revolutionaries caught up in a struggle for political freedom in an age of emperors.

The Coast of Utopia is Tom...


Not The Worst Place

by Sam Burns

I ain't got a city named for me . . . The swans have though, haven't they. They got a city named for them.

Seventeen-year-old Emma dreams of travelling adventures beyond her Swansea home. Rhys, her boyfriend,...


Occupied

by Carla Grauls

We are making little territories in your country, a hostile take-over of your garden sheds, your abandoned houses and your toilets. The occupation has begun!

Driven by a desire for belonging, two Romanian immigrants...


Edward II Revised

by Christopher Marlowe & Stephen Guy-Bray

Dramatically compressing the reign of Edward II and enlivening the historical narrative with humour, romance, and horrific violence, Marlowe interrogates how the transgression of accepted codes of behaviour...


The Lonesome West

by Martin McDonagh

The Lonesome West was first presented as a Druid Theatre company and Royal Court co-production in the summer of 1997.

'The play combines manic energy and physical violence in a way that is both hilarious and...


Motortown

by Simon Stephens

Danny returns from Basra to a foreign England and a different kind of battle. He visits an old flame, buys a gun and goes on a blistering road trip through the new home front.

'I don't blame the war. The war...


Little Sweet Thing

by Roy Williams

Kev is just out of the Young Offenders Institute and is determined to keep his nose clean, but back on the streets the pressure is mounting...


One Minute

by Simon Stephens

The new play by the Royal Court's writer-in-residence

"When you close your eyes and you think about your home, what do you think about?"

Robert Evans is new to the police force, and his enthusiasm for the case...


Ben Jonson: Four Plays

by Ben Jonson & Robert N. Watson

Bringing together four of the most popular and widely studied of Ben Jonson's plays, this anthology focuses on the city comedies for which Jonson is best known today: The Alchemist (edited by Elizabeth Cook),...


Handbag

by Mark Ravenhill

"In Shopping and Fucking, Mark Ravenhill made theatre relevant to the Thatcher generation. Now he's put videos and Net-surfing in Faust. And it's no less stunning" (Guardian)


Harvey Plays: 1: Beautiful Thing; Babies; Boom Bang-a-Bang; Rupert Street Lonely Hearts Club

by Jonathan Harvey

Jonathan Harvey's most popular plays collected in one volume for the first time


Coffee

by Edward Bond

The timing and setting of Bond's latest play is non-specific, with the theme being timeless. It is a tragedy about the futility of war. In wartime, as communication and society break down, both soldiers and...


The Cosmonaut¿s Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union

by David Greig

"The most important playwright to have emerged north of the border in years." (Scotsman)


The Crime of the Twenty-first Century

by Edward Bond

One of Britain's greatest living contemporary dramatists, Edward Bond is widely studied by schools and colleges. The collection includes a commentary by the author.


Never Land

by Phyllis Nagy

Specially commissioned by the Hampstead Theatre, "Neverland" is a blend

of humour and surrealism, with interconnected issues of sex, truth,

sincerity, psychology and mystery.


Shivered

by Philip Ridley

A state of the nation play meets a dreamlike memory play by maverick writer Philip Ridley.


Semi-Monde

by No¿l Coward

Written in 1926 and originally entitled Ritz Bar, Semi-Monde was considered too daring for its time. A visually daring comedy that provides a metaphor for Coward's own sexuality.