Alexi Kaye Campbell Plays: One
Paperback, 496 pages ISBN: 9781848426924Publication Date:
27 Jul 2017
Size: 198mm x 129mm£18.99 £15.19You save £3.80 (20%)
EPUB, 496 pages ISBN: 9781780019284Publication Date:
27 Jul 2017
£16.99 £13.60You save £3.39 (20%)

Alexi Kaye Campbell Plays: One

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Paperback £18.99£15.19

EPUB £16.99£13.60

A collection of five plays by Alexi Kaye Campbell.

The premiere of The Pride at the Royal Court Theatre in 2008 marked the emergence of Alexi Kaye Campbell as a distinctive new talent. With its bold and ingenious structure and its daring take on sexual politics in the 1950s and today, the play combined thrilling dramaturgy with profound insight into the affairs of the human heart. It went on to win an Olivier Award, the Critics’ Circle Award for Most Promising Playwright, and the John Whiting Award for Best New Play, and was revived in the West End in 2013.

Published here alongside that remarkable debut are Alexi’s four subsequent plays, which together demonstrate his rare ability to harness theatricality in pursuit of emotional truth.

Apologia (Bush Theatre, London, 2009; revived in the West End in 2017), a perceptive look at what has happened to 1960s idealists and their children. ‘Sharp, funny, wise and humane, Alexi Kaye Campbell is a writer to cherish’ Telegraph

The Faith Machine (Royal Court, 2011), an exploration of the relationship between faith and capitalism that asks fundamental questions about the true meaning of love. ‘An urgent play of expansive ambition and largeness of spirit’ Guardian

Bracken Moor (Tricycle Theatre and Shared Experience, 2013), a haunting tale of grief and denial, set against the economic crisis of the 1930s. ‘A superior kind of ghost story… intellectually as well as emotionally haunting’ The Stage

Sunset at the Villa Thalia (National Theatre, 2016), a passionate and deeply personal play about the impact of foreign influence, planned and unintentional, on a nation and its people. ‘This play is a winner, a thought-provoking slow-burn story that works on many levels’ The Times

Also included is an introduction by the author.

Paperback, 496 pages ISBN: 9781848426924Publication Date:
27 Jul 2017
Size: 198mm x 129mm£18.99 £15.19You save £3.80 (20%)
EPUB, 496 pages ISBN: 9781780019284Publication Date:
27 Jul 2017
£16.99 £13.60You save £3.39 (20%)

Also by Alexi Kaye Campbell:

Apologia
Bracken Moor
The Pride
Apologia (2017 edition)
The Faith Machine
Sunset at the Villa Thalia

Go to author page...

Similar Titles
Four full-length plays and two previously unpublished shorts from the multi-award-winning author of Jerusalem
A collection of plays from the acclaimed author of My Night With Reg, spanning twenty years of work from a p...
The third collection of plays by one of Ireland's most celebrated contemporary playwrights. Contains: Shining Cit...
A moving, poignant and funny family drama that sees the weight of family history, of reputation, and of expectation,...
Five plays by leading playwright Lucy Kirkwood: Tinderbox, it felt empty when the heart went at first bu...
A first collection of plays by Ella Hickson.