This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
A psychological thriller, adapted for the stage from Harriet Lane's gripping novel.
£9.99£7.99By Amy Herzog
A moving play about the stalwart endurance of a devoted mother, winner of the 2018 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play.
A musical about the barriers and the bonds of family, and the complexities of immigration in today's America.
A deeply moving story of a mother's fight to give her son a future — without turning her back on the community that made him who he is.
Three solo plays exploring the lives of three queer youths and their resilience in the face of violence and intolerance. Winner of the 2014 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama.
An important piece of contemporary queer theatre, from three of Canada's most gifted performers.
Two plays from the leading Canadian playwright.
The riveting story of a woman haunted by internal regret when she fails to critically prioritise her world
By Erin Shields
A wickedly smart and funny feminist retelling of John Milton's epic poem about the first battle between good and evil, by a leading Canadian playwright.
A play about a cheeky 10-year-old with a plan to win the Weston-super-Mare Beauty Contest, against the backdrop of Black British Civil Rights marches in 1960s Bristol.
A startling play about what – and who – we consume.
Seven new plays from VAULT FestivalBy Various
An anthology of seven of the best plays from VAULT Festival 2019, London's biggest and most exciting arts festival.
£16.99£13.59EPUB £16.99£13.59By Sam Steiner
An urgent play about the struggle for optimism and community amid the chaos of a world falling apart.
A tender and unflinching story about motherhood, self-destruction and the way women help each other heal.
£9.99£7.99By Jodi Gray
A child-psychologist attempts to record what she's spent her whole life trying to forget, as the memories of former patients collide with her own.
A frank, refreshing romance that draws on interviews, conversation and private correspondence to explore the authors' real-life open marriage.
By Nabilah Said
A blend of dark comedy and magic realism in a subversive portrayal of three Singaporean Muslim women challenging the bounds of freedom, feminism and faith in a place that isn't home.