This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
A biting, heart-warming comedy of love and fate in contemporary Montréal, in a version by Rona Munro.
The chilling story of one woman's desperate attempts at a future that's worth living.
Tommy Murphy's unflinching and constantly surprising drama about how we make sense of who we are through our often fraught relations with others.
£9.99£7.99By Fiona Doyle
A powerful and poignant drama about the search for the identity of a young man whose body is found face down in a suburban street.
Two plays by the award-winning dramatist, the first Asian-American female playwright to be produced on Broadway.
By Jo Carson
Fifty-four monologues and dialogues drawn from ‘found’ stories told by everyday people living everyday lives in East Tennessee and the Appalachia region of the USA.
By Bahram Beyza'ie, Abas Na'lbandian and Mohammad Rahmanian Translated by Soheil Parsa, Peter Farbridge and Brian Quirt
Four plays from leading Iranian dramatists, translated into English for the first time: Aurash, The Death of the King, Stories from the Rains of Love and Death and Interrogation.
By Nina Raine
A funny and touching new play about the fertilisation of an idea.
A compassionate morality tale about a elected official in the Bronx forced into a confrontation by the mortgage crisis, Storefront Church is the concluding part of John Patrick Shanley's 'Church and State' trilogy of plays.
By Gary Duggan
A night of debauchery and delicate connection in a play set in the city that never sleeps.
£9.99£7.99By Joel Horwood
A pitch-black comedy complete with wickedly entertaining songs, from the Edinburgh Fringe First-winning writer of Food.
Mysterious yet compelling, bewildering yet intoxicating, a play that mixes poetic rhythms with vernacular phrases, rap-song repetitions with complex psychology.
By Marie Jones
Two plays by award-winning playwright Marie Jones: the smash hit Stones in His Pockets, and an earlier monologue A Night in November.
£9.99£7.99By Marie Jones
Hollywood comes to rural Ireland in this hilarious multi-award winner which ran for four years in London's West End.Published in volume Stones in His Pockets & A Night in November: Two PlaysBy Fin Kennedy
From the heart of London's East End, Stolen Secrets are urban fairytales, bold, lyrical and gruesome, that can be performed individually or together for maximum shock value.
By Chris Bush
A play exploring the last three decades of women in politics, asking what's changed and what still must.