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Filumena

by Eduardo De Filippo & Tanya Ronder

A classic 1946 Italian comedy of love, pragmatism and surprises by the masterful dramatist Eduardo de Filippo.


Peter Pan: Or the Boy Who Would Not Grow Up - A Fantasy in Five Acts

by J.M. Barrie

J. M. Barrie's classic tale adapted for the stage in this version by Trevor Nunn and John Caird for the Royal National Theatre's production in 1997.


The Children & Have I None

by Edward Bond

Two plays from one of Britain's most challenging dramatists. Both are set in a late-21st-century post-apocalyptic landscape where human behaviour is monitored, living spaces are designated and any emotional...


Memory of Water/Five Kinds of Silence

by Shelagh Stephenson

This play opened at the Hampstead Theatre in the summer of 1996 and became an instant hit. Three sisters and their partners gather at the home of their recently dead mother and revisit the past in poignant and...


Edgar Plays: 3: Teendreams; Our Own People; That Summer and Maydays

by David Edgar

This third collection of plays by David Edgar includes "Our Own People", "Teendreams", "Maydays" and "That Summer", encompassing some of his best work from the late 1970s and early 80s, demonstrating the range...


Edgar Plays: 2: Ecclesiastes; Nicholas Nickleby (Parts I and II); Entertaining Strangers

by David Edgar

This selection of David Edgar's dramatic work features three plays: "Ecclesiastes", a late 1970s radio play; his acclaimed stage version of "Nicholas Nickleby" and "Entertaining Strangers", an English left-wing...


Piece of My Mind

by Peter Nichols

A Piece of My Mind "transforms a self-confessed case of writer's block into a continuously inventive and thought-provoking comedy" (Charles Spencer, London Daily News)


Rafts and Dreams & Outside Whale

by Robert Holman

A volume which includes 2 plays from the playwright Robert Holman. The plays featured here are "Rafts and Dreams" and "Outside the Whale".


Sunsets and Glories

by Peter Barnes

Set in late 13th-century Italy, where power struggles erupt between the Church, the propertied and the landless. The conflict inspires such characters as the spineless Charles II, a paid killer, a mad woman...


Incomplete and Random Acts of Kindness

by David Eldridge

The play premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in may 2005.


Ghost City

by Gary Owen

It could be any city. It just happens to be ours. Twenty four hours. Twenty four lives. Each linked in a way that no-one can predict.


Mary Stuart

by Friedrich Schiller & Mike Poulton

Mary Stuart tells the story of the personal struggle between two extraordinary women - one French, one English - both captive to the demands of sovereignty and both caught in a tumult of political and religious...


On the Shore of the Wide World

by Simon Stephens

The script of On the Shore of the Wide World, a co-production between the Royal Exchange and the National Theatre, which played at both venues in 2005 and won the Olivier Award for Best New Play


Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat

by Mark Ravenhill

Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat is Mark Ravenhill's epic cycle of

plays exploring the personal and political effect of war on modern

life, produced in various locations around London in April 2008.


Onassis

by Martin Sherman

Onassis portrays�the last years of the life of the wealthy shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, who after a notorious affair with Maria Callas, married Jacqueline Kennedy, widow of US President John F. Kennedy,...


Off the Endz

by Bola Agbaje

A programme text edition of Bola Agbaje's new play for the Royal Court, Off the Endz is a savvy, astute play which portrays an under-represented slice of society with skill and compassion.


Moonfleece

by Philip Ridley

Moonfleece is an intense and thrilling exploration of memory and identity, and is the most directly political play to date by leading playwright Philip Ridley. Set in an abandoned council flat, Moonfleece centres...


The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil

by John McGrath

An exuberant "Ceilidh" play with scenes songs and music of Highland history from the clearances to the oil strike


Monstrous Regiment

by Terry Pratchett & Stephen Briggs

The Monstrous Regiment in question is made up of a vampire (reformed and off the blood, thank you), a troll, Igor (who is only too happy to sew you a new leg if you aren't too particular about previous ownership),...


She Stoops to Folly

by Tom Murphy

"The most distinctive, the most restless, the most obsessive imagination at work in the Irish theatre today" Brian Friel