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Woven in Deception

by Nirmala Kasinathan

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Woven In Deception is the story of a wealthy Indian family, a forgotten deceit, and a malignant curse.

At the age of 65, Doraisamy inherits his father's textile empire. Soon afterwards he is diagnosed...


The Events

by David Greig

'I have been thinking I might go berserk.'

When Claire, a priest, survives an atrocity she sets out on a quest to answer the most difficult question of all: 'Why?' It's a journey that takes her to the edge of...


The Same Deep Water as Me

by Nick Payne

Had an accident at work? Tripped on a paving slab? Cut yourself shaving? You could be entitled to compensation. Andrew and Barry at Scorpion Claims, Luton's finest personal injury lawyers, are the men for you....


Gabriel

by Samuel Adamson

This is noisily Protestant England - the England of William and Mary's Glorious Revolution at the end of a century of civil strife. This is London in the 1690s, the monster city tamed into awe by our only Orpheus:...


Larisa and the Merchants

by Alexander Ostrovsky & Samuel Adamson

The Value of Something is Never its Price

In a trading town on the banks of the river, penniless Larisa is desperate to marry and escape heartbreak and humiliation. But in this brutal world of transactions true...


The Victorian in the Wall

by Will Adamsdale

Latte-land.

Power-prams, Grand Design knock-throughs, organic everything.

A work-shy writer discovers a Victorian man living in the wall of his flat. Everyone's pretty surprised. Adjustments need to be made....


No Quarter

by Polly Stenham

You were brought up on mythology. Hollow mythology. That's why you're all stuck, all angry, a prince in the wrong story. A prince with a black eye.

Fleeing a world he has rejected, Robin finds solace in his...


The Absence of War

by David Hare

The Absence of War offers a meditation on the classic problems of leadership, and is the third part of a critically acclaimed trilogy of plays (Racing Demon, Murmuring Judges) about British institutions.

Its...


David Hare Plays 3: Skylight; Amy?s View; The Judas Kiss; My Zinc Bed

by David Hare

This is a new collection of some of David Hare's finest work, including Skylight (Winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play, 1996), Amy's View, The Judas Kiss and My Zinc Bed.


Tom Stoppard Plays 1: The Real Inspector Hound, Dirty Linen, Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth & After Magritte

by Tom Stoppard

The plays in this collection reveal in combination the 'frivolous' and 'serious' aspects of Tom Stoppard's talent: his sense of fun, his sense of theatre, his sense of the absurd, and his gifts for parody and...


The Hotel in Amsterdam

by John Osborne

Six London friends, whose lives and work are overshadowed by a demanding film producer, flee the country for a weekend to escape his clutches.

Safely ensconced in a hotel in Amsterdam, the uneasy equilibrium...


David Hare Plays 1: Slag; Teeth 'n' Smiles; Knuckle; Licking Hitler; Plenty

by David Hare

This first volume of David Hare's plays contains his work from the 1970s, including his landmark play of that decade, Plenty, charting the development of 'one of the great post-war British playwrights' (Independent...


The Home Place

by Brian Friel

The year is 1878. The widowed Christopher Gore, his son David and their housekeeper Margaret, the woman with whom they are both in love, live at The Lodge in Ballybeg. But in this era of unrest at the dawn of...


Look Back in Anger

by John Osborne

In 1956 John Osborne's Look Back in Anger changed the course of English theatre.

'Look Back in Anger presents post-war youth as it really is. To have done this at all would be a significant achievement; to have...


John Osborne Plays 2: The Entertainer; The Hotel in Amsterdam; West of Suez; Time Present

by John Osborne

This second collection of John Osborne's dramatic work includes The Entertainer, The Hotel in Amsterdam, West of Suez and Time Present.

'A lifelong satirist of prigs and puritans, whether of the Right or Left,...


Frank McGuinness Plays 1: Factory Girls; Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme; Innocence; Carthiginians; Baglady

by Frank McGuinness

This first collection by Frank McGuinness contains plays from the 1980s, including his major work of that decade, Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, a powerful and profoundly moving study...


Hero

by E. V. Crowe

We can only do this, if we go by the book. Announcing you're gay to minors is not in the book. That's in the other book.

Danny's gay, a primary school teacher, and he's not afraid of anything. His colleague...


The Orphan of Zhao

by James Fenton

In the aftermath of the massacre of a clan, an epic story of self-sacrifice and revenge unfolds as a young orphan discovers the shattering truth behind his childhood. Sometimes referred to as the Chinese Hamlet...


The Complete Dramatic Works of Samuel Beckett

by Samuel Beckett

The present volume gathers all of Beckett's texts for theatre, from 1955 to 1984. It includes both the major dramatic works and the short and more compressed texts for the stage and for radio.

'He believes in...


Appomattox

by Christopher Hampton

4th March, 1865: On the night of his second inauguration, a few weeks before his assassination, Abraham Lincoln meets the veteran black abolitionist Frederick Douglass in the White House to discuss the prospect...