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The Theatre and Films of Martin McDonagh

by Patrick Lonergan

The Theatre and Films of Martin McDonagh provides a definitive account of the career to date of this important world dramatist. It combines an analysis of all of his work with interviews, critical essays and...


Saved

by Edward Bond

A play set in London in the 60s reflecting a time of social change. Its subject is the cultural poverty and frustration of a generation of young people on the dole and living on council estate


Coward the Playwright

by John Lahr

A reissue in hardback of critic John Lahr's famous 1982 study of No�l Coward's plays


Dario Fo: People's Court Jester

by Tony Mitchell

A revised critical study covering the various phases of Dario Fo's theatrical career.


Russell Plays: 1: Breezeblock Park; Our Day Out; Stags and Hens; Educating Rita

by Willy Russell

A collection of four plays by Willy Russell. The plays are "Educating Rita", "Breezeblock Park", "Our Day Out" and "Stags and Hens". All the plays are concerned with working class people striving to enjoy life...


The Jew of Malta

by Christopher Marlowe & James R. Siemon

'A farce of terribly serious, even savage comic humour' T.S Eliot

The Jew of Malta was

arguably the most popular play of the Elizabethan era. This new student

edition is freshly revised to incorporate the latest...


The Methuen Drama Book of Plays by Black British Writers: Welcome Home Jacko, Chiaroscuro, Talking in Tongues, Sing Yer Heart Out ..., Fix Up, Gone To

by Winsome Pinnock, Mustapha Matura & Jackie Kay

This wide-ranging collection of plays by black British playwrights features six key plays that have shaped the trajectory of British black theatre from 1979 to the present. It contains classic plays from each...


The Methuen Drama Dictionary of the Theatre

by Jonathan Law

With over 2500 entries from across the international spectrum, the Dictionary of the Theatre is an essential reference tool for anyone interested in the theatre and theatre-going.


Plays for Young People: Citizenship; Scenes from Family Life; Totally Over You

by Mark Ravenhill

A collection of three plays for young actors written by Mark Ravenhill: Citizenship, Scenes from a Family Life and Totally Over You. Includes an introduction by the author.


Serious Money

by Caryl Churchill

A revised edition of this satirical study of the effects of the Big Bang, which caused the inhabitants of London City to applaud and decry its presentation of their lives. Since then it has provoked city financiers...


How to Run a Theatre: Creating, Leading and Managing Professional Theatre

by Jim Volz

How to Run a Theatre is a unique, dynamic, and savvy guide to building an arts institution that works. Drawing on more than 30 years of experience, here is practical advice on a variety of management skills:...


Ten Ways of Thinking About Samuel Beckett: The Falsetto of Reason

by Enoch Brater

In this volume of essays addressing the author's drama, novels, short stories and poetry, renowned Beckett scholar Enoch Brater offers a variety of delightfully original, playful and intriguing studies of Beckett's...


You Can Still Make a Killing

by Nicholas Pierpan

He wants me to fuck about with paper clips in some office with a smile on my face, fuck him . . . but there's just one thing I've got to take care of first. I've got to do something to make this right.

Four years...


Straight

by D.C. Moore

Based on the motion picture Humpday (written & directed in 2009 by Lynn Shelton), Straight is a razor-sharp new comedy from acclaimed writer D. C. Moore about male friendship, sexuality and how the two things...


The Methuen Drama Book of Post-Black Plays

by Douglas A, Jr. Jones & Harry J, Jr. Elam

An anthology of new African American plays part of the post-black movement, exploring what it means to be black in the twenty-first century.


The Artist Man and the Mother Woman

by Morna Pearson

How my wee boy, as naive and pastey as he is, could get a grown woman tae go weak at the knees, screaming, as it appears you wis last night. When he's nae so much as accidently brushed up against a wifie afore,...


Blackta

by Nathaniel Martello-White

'Get, I'm getting outta here, man, I'm getting outta here, the lines getting blurred - it's blurred - that line between normality and madness is muffled... and rah, I'm getting urges, brov.'

Welcome to the world's...


Red Velvet

by Lolita Chakrabarti

"It's like being at a crossroads - a point of absolute, unequivocal change. It makes the blood rush."

The play is set in the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, in 1833. Edmund Kean, the greatest actor of his generation,...


Your Last Breath, Olfactory and After the Rainfall

by Bloomsbury Publishing

Your Last Breath: 1876 - Christopher leaves his young family behind to work in Norway. He will map the uncharted mountains for the very first time. 1999 - Anna's body freezes after an extreme skiing accident...


A Government Inspector

by Nikolai Gogol & Deborah McAndrew

This version of A Government Inspector is a Yorkshire take on Gogol's 1836 fantastical Russian satire. The setting is here transposed to a small northern town in the twenty-first century, geographically and...