This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
A variation on the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty, by the 'master of children's theatre' (Scotsman).
A dark, funny, spellbinding play about a group of outcasts and eccentrics gathered in the Cambridgeshire fens.
A moving portrait of the young Vincent van Gogh - a hit in the West End and on Broadway.
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A one-woman show based on the life and writings of the provocative columnist, writer and broadcaster, Julie Burchill.
A gripping play exploring Western guilt towards the Third World, from an author well-known for her award-winning adaptations for Shared Experience and the National Theatre.
By Rona Munro
An intense psychological drama set in a women's prison, in which a mother and daughter try to break through the barriers of time, memory and punishment which separate them.
A monologue by a master of the art - 100% pure high octane Bogosian.
McCafferty's break-through play, a tender and comic portrait of love, dignity and emotional damage.
Rattigan's well-loved play about an unpopular schoolmaster who snatches a last shred of dignity from the collapse of his career and his marriage.
A tough and funny play about Glaswegian orphans forcibly transplanted to the Islands.
Janet and her mother Margaret both live on Mapleview Lanes - the perfect neighbourhood with the perfect neighbours, until Lewis Chance buys a house on their street to open a group home for troubled adolescents.
Three astute, savvy early plays from Belfast writer Owen McCafferty.