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Salt Root and Roe

by Tim Price

Tim Price'sSalt Root and Roeis a heartbreaking, humorous tale of love and family set againsta mythical backdrop.

Set on the Pembrokeshire coast in North West Wales, identical twins Iola and Anest remain devoted...


Stephens Plays: 3

by Simon Stephens

This third collection of plays by Simon Stephens showcases the development of one of the most exciting and impressive theatre talents of recent years. The range of plays in this volume displays a tough sensibility...


Becky Shaw

by Gina Gionfriddo

I’m also going to give you some advice. Your husband is not the Red Cross. The last time he started consoling a cute, suicidal chick, he married her.

Becky Shaw is an amusing andcleverly constructed comedy...


Training for Performance: A Meta-Disciplinary Account

by John Matthews

’Training for Performance is the first work of its kind; not in the sense that it addresses training for performance, but in that it invites a critical questioning of the imperatives and the rhetoric which...


The Bonefire eBook PDF

by Rosemary Jenkinson

Across Belfast the Loyalist community is steadying itself for the orgiastic drug-fest that is the sacred and glorious Twelfth of July. As "The Boney" looms larger day by day, UDA wannabes are drawn like moths...


Thewestbridge

by Rachel De-lahay

Do you think you're going to get married in a church or a temple?

-I think you should get married on an elephant and wear a sari thing like that pussycat doll.

The accusation of a Black teenager sparks disturbance...


One Thousand and One Nights

by Hanan Al-Shaykh & Tim Supple

Oneof the world’s great folk story-cycles adapted for the stage by leading theatre maker Tim Supple, from the stories written by the seminal Lebanese novelist Hanan al-Shaykh. This unique edition will unlock...


A Practical Guide to Working in Theatre

by Gill Foreman

Live theatre is an exciting, challenging profession - but how is professional theatre actually made? What are the roles and what does each person do? Which pathways lead into the profession? What skills are...


The Man

by James Graham

"This is my first tax return. Thank you...erm for offering to... for helping. I realise it’s a bit weird. It’s just. This is...it’s the only way I can think to make it better. The only way I can think to...


Cock

by Mike Bartlett

’But that’s what this is, isn’t it? The ultimate bitch fight.’

When John takes a break from his boyfriend, he accidentally meets the girl of his dreams. Filled with guilt and indecision, he decides there...


A History of Falling Things

by James Graham

’Oh, you do look...really good, though. You know. In the face.

Oh and, uh, I love you.’

Prisoners of their fear of falling things - keraunothetophobiacs - Jacqui and Robin are restricted to living indoors....


The 'Speculator' & 'The Meeting'

by David Greig

Two plays about cultural identity from Scotland and Catalonia, which received their English-language premières in August 1999 at the Royal Lyceum Theatre as part of the Edinburgh International Festival in Traverse...


The Methuen Amateur Theatre Handbook

by Keith Arrowsmith

Long overdue, The Methuen Amateur Theatre Handbook is the essential handbook for anyone involved in amateur dramatics. Keith Arrowsmith guides the reader through the potential pitfalls of putting on a production,...


Junk: Adapted for the Stage

by Melvin Burgess

Tar loves Gemma, but Gemma doesn’t want to be tied down - not to anyone or anything. Gemma wants to fly. But no one can fly forever. One day, somehow, finally you have to come down. Commissioned and produced...


On Blindness

by Glyn Cannon

Glyn Cannon’s brilliantly dark and mischievous debut

In this darkly witty exploration of love and relationships Cannon explores how much you need to see of someone to know they are worth "taking a chance on"....


Thespeckled People

by Hugo Hamilton

Adapted for the stage from the best-selling memoir, The Speckled People tells a profoundly moving story of a young boy trapped in a language war. Set in 1950s Ireland, this is a gripping, poignant, and at times...


Di and VIV and Rose

by Amelia Bullmore

'How do you want to live here? I mean we could come and go and lead separate lives. Or we could really live together. What do you think?'

Aged 18, three women join forces. Life is fun. Living is intense. Together...


Some Explicit Polaroids

by Mark Ravenhill

From the celebrated and controversial writer of Shopping and Fucking

Some Explicit Polaroids premiered at the New Ambassadors Theatre, London in October 1999 in a production directed by Max Stafford-Clark for...


Landscape with Weapon

by Joe Penhall

"’Qualms?’ Oh yeah, sure, I have ’qualms’. Everybody has qualms. But I’ll overcome them."

To his family’s horror, Ned reveals he’s the brains behind a new military technology so sophisticated, so extraordinary,...


Gone Too Far!

by Bola Agbaje

Nigeria, England, America, Jamaica; are you proud of where you’re from? Dark skinned, light skinned, afro, weaves, who are your true brothers and sisters? When two brothers from different continents go down...