This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
A play about love in a dog-eat-dog world, told in Mark O’Rowe’s unique rhythmic style.
An exciting, fresh and accessible adaptation of Dostoyevsky's masterful novel.
£9.99£7.99EPUB £9.99£7.99Curated by Mat Fraser
Six fictional monologues portraying some very real experiences of disabled people in Britain, commissioned to mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the UK's Disability Discrimination Act.
A ferociously funny, eye-poppingly theatrical play about art, animals and what happens when you try to take on the system from within... a crocodile.
Lee Mattinson's extraordinary play, bringing to life a dystopian, modern-fairytale town where fact and fiction weave as tightly and snag as easily as granny's knitting.
A play with live music, waltzing and unexpected connections, exploring how we return, resettle and adapt.
A hilarious, real-life comedy about pensioners going in search of love - from the sublime to the downright saucy.
£10.99£8.79By Lynn Nottage
An arresting, thought-provoking play about racial and social issues of the late 1950s, by the first woman to win two Pulitzer Prizes for Drama.
By Lynn Nottage
A collection of work from leading American playwright Lynn Nottage.
An outrageously fun musical set in an all-girls school in the 60s, from the team behind Bad Girls: The Musical.
£9.99£7.99By Ben Musgrave
A play about conflicted desire and dangerous loyalties in a world trembling in the grip of a devastating epidemic.
£11.99£9.59By Liz Lochhead
A play written for young people to perform, about two schoolgirls and their daring response to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
A second collection of work by the award-winning Latino comedy trio.
Three plays from the award-winning Latino comedy trio.
A play from Morocco, part of the Royal Court Theatre's Arab World initiative in conjunction with the British Council.
By Sam Holcroft
A short play laying bare the twisted loyalties and violence in teenage gangs.