This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
Laura Eason's celebrated adaptation of Jules Verne's classic novel, a dazzling escapade that packs in more than fifty unforgettable characters.
A taut family drama about obsession, betrayal and the human need to belong.
Sixteen-year-old Kelly has never known her Dad. It turns out he's from Iraq, which her mum never mentioned, and he's brought an ancient Mesopotamian vase as some kind of present. But Kelly doesn't want a vase, she wants her dad to stay and get to know her. It's not the reunion either of them expected and for Kelly it's the beginning of an epic and dangerous journey.
The gripping story of the sensational, real-life case in which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle found himself playing detective.
The explosive contradictions of life in Northern Ireland ignite this drama of suspense and violence.
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A powerful adaptation of Louise O'Neill's devastating novel about the experience of a young woman whose life is changed forever by a horrific act of violence.
£9.99£7.99By Mark O'Rowe
A sinister but comic drama of honour and violence, from the award-winning author of Howie the Rookie.
A smart, witty new musical by Chris Bush and Matt Winkworth about truth, celebrity and public outrage.
A dark and funny look at the end of the American dream - Stephen Sondheim lifts musical theatre to new heights of brilliance.
An incisive portrait of a family grasping for stability at the dawn of a new millennium.
By Rona Munro
Rona Munro's thrilling play about the race to be the first woman in space.
£10.99£8.79By Tracy Letts
A hugely-acclaimed black comedy exposing the dark side of the Midwestern American family.
By Ella Hickson
A painfully comic excavation of a family history asks if there is an authorised version of the past - or just the one we can live with.
£10.99£8.79By Chris Hannan
A modern epic set in ancient Rome, about a polyglot, violent city at the heart of a divided nation.
A futuristic comedy about conception, state control and rebellion.
By Nina Raine
A beautiful, profound and funny play about Johann Sebastian Bach, the irascible and turbulent composer, and his family business.