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NHB plays nominated for Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Nick Hern Books plays are represented across a range of categories, including three of the four nominees for Best Play

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King Charles III (special edition)

NHB to publish special edition of West End hit King Charles III

Nick Hern Books is to publish a special clothbound hardback edition of Mike Bartlett's hit play, featuring exclusive bonus material, on 30 October

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Actions: The Actors' Thesaurus

Actions app - now on sale at special launch price

Actions: The Actors' Thesaurus, the first app designed for use in the rehearsal room and based on the bestselling book, is now available for iOS devices at the special launch price of £4.99

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Ayub Khan Din: my family in East is East – and other storiesJerusalem


Actor-turned-playwright Ayub Khan Din is currently playing the role inspired by his own father in a West End revival of his play East is East. Here he reveals how all the plays in a new collection of his work have drawn on his own experience and his turbulent relationship with his family… I began writing […]

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‘A dark twisting of nostalgia': Enda Walsh on his recent plays, from The Walworth Farce to BallyturkJerusalem


As a new collection of his plays is published alongside the UK premiere of his latest play Ballyturk at the National Theatre, the London-based Irish playwright reflects on new directions in his work… When we moved from Cork to London – about ten years ago now – we rented a house off the Old Kent […]

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Geoffrey Beevers: ‘bringing Eliot alive’ – adapting MiddlemarchJerusalem


In addition to his highly successful career as an actor, Geoffrey Beevers is also a writer and director. He has a particular love for George Eliot’s work, having adapted a number of her novels for the stage – most recently Middlemarch, which premiered at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, in 2013. Here, Geoffrey discusses why […]

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