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A Fine Balance

Giller Prize 1995

by Rohinton Mistry

Set in the mid-1970s in India, A Fine Balance tells the story of four unlikely people whose lives come together during a time of political turmoil soon after the government declares a 'State of Internal Emergency'....


Nessie the Mannerless Monster

by Ted Hughes

Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster, is tired of being told that she doesn’t exist. In this crackling, lolloping story in verse, Ted Hughes describes how she sets out on the road to London for an audience with the...


The Philokalia Vol 4

by G.E.H. Palmer & The Rev. Kallistos Timothy Ware

The Philokalia is a collection of texts on prayer and the spiritual life, written between the fourth and fifteenth centuries by masters of the Orthodox Christian tradition. First published in Greek in 1782,...


Britten's Children

by John Bridcut

Britten’s Children confronts the edgy subject of the composer’s obsessional yet strangely innocent relationships with adolescent boys. One of the hallmarks of Benjamin Britten’s music is his use of boys’...


Frankenstein, based on the novel by Mary Shelley

by Nick Dear

Slowly I learnt the ways of humans: how to ruin, how to hate, how to debase, how to humiliate. And at the feet of my master I learnt the highest of human skills, the skill no other creature owns: I finally learnt...


Tarzan: The Greystoke Legacy

by Andy Briggs

What lies in the depths of the jungle? Escaping a dark secret, Robbie Canler joins an illegal logging team in the Congo jungle. Now they''re under siege from a sinister force. When the daughter of the camp's...


Boy Zero Wannabe Hero: The Curse of the Catastrophic Cupcakes

by Peter Millett

After twice being defeated by Boy Zero, the villainous General Pandemonium enlists the services of evil guru, Master Sushi, to help him achieve world domination. Together, the dastardly duo hatch a plan to rid...


Bob Marley

by Chris Salewicz

What was it about Bob Marley that made him so popular in a world dominated by rock ’n’ roll? How is it that he not only has remained the single most successful reggae artist ever, but also has become a shining...


Fat Pig

by Neil LaBute

Cow. Slob. Pig. How many insults can you hear before you have to stand up and defend the woman you love? Tom faces just that question when he falls for Helen, a bright, funny, sexy young woman who happens to...


Love Goes to Buildings on Fire

by Will Hermes

Punk rock and hip-hop. Disco and salsa. The loft jazz scene and the downtown composers known as Minimalists. In the mid-1970s, New York City was a laboratory where all the major styles of modern music were...


Gazza Agonistes

by Ian Hamilton

‘This is a fan's eye-view of Paul Gascoigne – and fans, as we know, are expert at reassembling dashed hopes...' In 1987 Ian Hamilton – acclaimed poet, biographer and Tottenham fan – was smitten from...


The Somme Stations

by Andrew Martin

On the first day of the Somme enlisted railwayman Jim Stringer lies trapped in a shell hole, smoking cigarette after cigarette under the bullets and the blazing sun. He calculates his chances of survival –...


GB84

James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction 2004

by David Peace

Great Britain. 1984. The miners' strike. The government against the people. On initial publication, twenty years on from the strike, David Peace's bravura novel GB84 was hugely acclaimed. In a bloody and dramatic...


The Albigensian Crusade

by Jonathan Sumption

In twelfth century Languedoc a subversive heresy of Eastern origin flourished to an extraordinary degree. The Albingenses believed that the world was created by an evil spirit, and that all worldly things -...


The Trouble with Science

by Professor Robin Dunbar

The 'trouble' with science began in 1632, when Galileo demolished the belief that the earth is the centre of the universe. Yet despite the bewildering success of the scientific revolution, many continue to hanker...


Grooming, Gossip and the Evolution of Language

by Professor Robin Dunbar

Did mankind evolve unusually large brains simply in order to gossip? Primates differ from other animals by the intensity of their social relationships, by the amount of time they spend grooming one another....


Weeds and Wild Flowers

by Alice Oswald & Jessica Greenman

Weeds and Wild Flowers is a magical meeting of the poems of Alice Oswald and the etchings of Jessica Greenman. Within its pages everyday flora take on an extraordinary life, jostling tragically at times, at...


Mstislav Rostropovich: Cellist, Teacher, Legend

by Elizabeth Wilson

Published to coincide with Rostropovich’s 80th birthday celebrations Mstislav Rostropovich, internationally recognised as one of the world’s finest cellists and musicians, has always maintained that teaching...


Malignant Sadness

by Lewis Wolpert

Several years ago, Lewis Wolpert had a severe depressive episode. Despite a happy marriage and successful scientific career, he could think only of suicide. When eventually he did recover, he became aware of...


Ways of Curating

by Hans Ulrich Obrist

Hans Ulrich Obrist curated his first exhibit in his kitchen when he was twenty-three years old. Since then he has staged more than 250 shows internationally, many of them among the most influential exhibits...