This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
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
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.
By Polly Teale
A dramatisation of the extraordinary life of Jean Rhys, in which themes of femininity, literature and hysteria and madness collide with vivid force.
A touching and comic drama about a family reunion, delving into the turmoil, love and compromises of kinship.
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.
By Emma Frost
A turbulent black comedy about love, loneliness and how we shape our future.
£8.99£7.19EPUB £8.99£7.19By David Edgar
A panoramic historical drama about the man whose devotion to Hitler blinded him to the worst crime of the twentieth century, drawing closely on Gita Sereny's definitive and magisterial biography of Albert Speer.