This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
A gripping historical play that dramatises a crucial moment of English history.
A play from Palestine, part of the Royal Court Theatre's Arab World initiative in conjunction with the British Council.
A play about passion, suspicion and revenge, based on true events involving some of the twentieth century's most influential American artists.
A play about love, death, identity and evolution, from the bestselling and highly acclaimed novelist.
£9.99£7.99By Fiona Doyle
A man in his forties and a woman in her twenties meet on a trip to Berlin. Across a fractured timeline where past and present collide, the story of their relationship, their love and their struggle unravels.
£9.99£7.99By Amy Ng
Crackling with razor-sharp dialogue, Amy Ng's play asks whether we can ever escape our past, and investigates the destructive side of our search for acceptance.
A comedy drama about male friendship in which five old friends meet for a traditional evening of poker.
By Jay Taylor
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A play that challenges our understanding of mythology, and forces us to ask vital questions about military occupation.
A short play about Margaret Beckett finding herself Acting Leader of the Opposition after the sudden death of John Smith.
By Frances Poet
The remarkable true story of a young trans man's journey from Egypt to Scotland, charting his progress across borders and genders in his search for a place to call home.
£9.99£7.99By Djanet Sears
Rainey Baldwin-Jackson, a country doctor, struggles to come to terms with the loss of her daughter, the disintegration of her marriage, and an eccentric elderly father on an astonishing crusade.
A surreal and powerfully human look at the way we view our lives, and a haunting meditation on what it is to live – and to die.