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Folk Wit (2016 edition) And Then Come The Nightjars

Folk nominated for Best New Play at UK Theatre Awards

Tom Wells' surprising and poignant drama makes the shortlist at the nationwide awards for regional theatre, with the winner announced 9 October

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Drama Menu Becoming an Actor The Excellent Audition Guide

Get 40% off top NHB books in our Back to School Sale

Get great discounts on twenty-five bestselling books for actors and teachers in our Sale - ends 30 September

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Growth Scorch

Fringe Firsts for Growth and Scorch

Two plays by NHB authors have picked up new writing prizes at the Edinburgh Fringe

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Fleabag: The Original Play Fleabag (2013 edition)

Fleabag to be repeated on BBC Two

Phoebe Waller-Bridge's hit BBC Three series, adapted from her award-winning play, to air on TV from 21 August

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Brutus and Other Heroines

New book by Harriet Walter on playing Shakespeare's roles for women

Brutus and Other Heroines is due out on 27 October

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Edinburgh Fringe Report 2016 Part 2: The ReckoningJerusalem


The Edinburgh Fringe is over for another year, but how did our intrepid amateur companies get on performing plays licensed by Nick Hern Books? We hear from four of them as they recount the highs – and the lows – of mounting a production on the Fringe. (If you missed the first instalment, it’s available … Continue reading Edinburgh Fringe Report 2016 Part 2: The Reckoning

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Edinburgh Fringe Report 2016 Part 1: Final preparationsJerusalem


Getting ready for The Fringe? Our Edinburgh Fringe Report is back (you can still read last year’s Report here) with six more amateur theatre companies – all of them performing plays licensed by Nick Hern Books – revealing the state of their play as they get ready to launch themselves on The Fringe… Holes by … Continue reading Edinburgh Fringe Report 2016 Part 1: Final preparations

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Michael Bruce: How I became a theatre composerJerusalem


Michael Bruce is a prolific theatre composer whose music has accompanied plays at the National Theatre, in the West End and on Broadway. He has written scores and songs for productions as varied as The Two Gentlemen of Verona and Candide for the RSC, Strange Interlude and Man and Superman at the National Theatre, and … Continue reading Michael Bruce: How I became a theatre composer

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