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Mike Bartlett Plays: Two
Paperback, 464 pages ISBN: 9781839040573Publication Date:
17 Mar 2022
Size: 198mm x 129mm£19.99 £15.99You save £4.00 (20%)
Ebook, 464 pages ISBN: 9781788505000Publication Date:
17 Mar 2022
£19.99 £15.99You save £4.00 (20%)

Mike Bartlett Plays: Two

By Mike Bartlett

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Five ambitious and exciting plays by the multi-award-winning playwright, hailed as 'one of the prime movers in a new golden generation of British playwrights' (Independent), and introduced by the author.

Earthquakes in London (National Theatre & Headlong, 2010) is an epic drama about climate change, population explosion, social breakdown and worldwide paranoia, travelling from 1968 to 2525 and back again. 'The theatrical equivalent of a thrilling roller-coaster ride' (Daily Telegraph)

Love, Love, Love (Paines Plough & Drum Theatre Plymouth, UK tour, 2010; Royal Court & Paines Plough, 2012) examines the baby boomer generation, from coming-of-age in the 1960s to retirement-age more than forty years later, in a play that 'does the clash of generational world views with a devastating precision' (Guardian).

The Enemy is a short play in which a journalist seizes an opportunity to interview the man who shot Osama bin Laden. It was staged by Headlong as part of Decade (St Katherine's Dock, London, 2011), exploring 9/11 and its legacy.

13 (National Theatre, 2011) is a panoramic drama in which a young man returns to London, a city riven by social protest and upheaval, with a radical vision for the future. Premiered on the National's largest stage, it confirmed Bartlett's ability to tackle epic themes with supreme assurance: 'His ambition is distinctive and immense' (Evening Standard).

Medea (Headlong, UK tour, 2012) is a startlingly modern version of Euripides' tragedy, exploring a woman's private fury at her husband's infidelity, while imprisoned in her marital home. 'A savage play for today, superbly well done' (Mail on Sunday)

Paperback,464 pages ISBN: 9781839040573Publication Date:
17 Mar 2022
Size: 198mm x 129mm£19.99 £15.99You save £4.00 (20%)
Ebook,464 pages ISBN: 9781788505000Publication Date:
17 Mar 2022
£19.99 £15.99You save £4.00 (20%)

Also by Mike Bartlett:

Scandaltown
Bull
Decade
Snowflake
My Child
Love, Love, Love
Wild
Doctor Foster: The Scripts
Contractions
Not Talking
Mrs Delgado
Albion
Medea
Vassa
The 47th
13
King Charles III
Cock
Artefacts
Earthquakes in London
Phoenix
Game
An Intervention

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