This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
A poignant drama about attitudes to teenage pregnancy in 1960s Britain.
A darkly funny comedy about modern freak shows, love and cream buns. Loads of cream buns.
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A drama about a Dublin artist haunted by a mysterious accident in her past.
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Three short plays from an award-winning Canadian, centring on the inner lives of women.
Lucy Kirkwood's delightful version of the classic fairytale, first seen in a production devised and directed by Katie Mitchell at the National Theatre for Christmas 2010.
A magical re-telling of the story of Beauty and the Beast, with music by Mick Sands drawn from traditional French folk melodies.
A magical re-telling of the story of Beauty and the Beast, first performed in this version by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
A brilliant version of the classic tale, from a playwright acclaimed as 'the master of children's theatre' (Scotsman).
By Nilo Cruz
A play infused by the spirit and language of Lorca, about what we will sacrifice in the name of love.
An acerbic and funny play about middle-class hypocrisy and universal apathy.Published in volume Inventing the Truth: Devising and Directing for the TheatreBy Enda Walsh
A ferocious two-hander about a father-daughter relationship gone horribly and terrifyingly wrong.
By Enda Walsh
Two early plays from the acclaimed Irish writer Enda Walsh.
Funny, brave and beautifully told, Before It Rains is a tale of parenthood, protection and provocation set on a proud, forgotten Cardiff estate.
A sharp and astute two-hander that takes an intimate look at the first fragile moments of risking your heart and taking a chance.