This section contains plays written or premiered after 1945.
‘A work of burning anger and bruising emotional power’ about the foisting of powdered milk on Third World infants. Plus seven monologues.
A startling and darkly comic drama about childhood, family and fantasy. Winner of the Bruntwood Prize 2011.
A funny, dark and thrilling play about family connections and the fallout from violence. In the Multiplay Drama series.
The first collection of plays by one of the UK's most exciting young writers.
£14.99£11.99By Liz Lochhead
The story of the great comedian Molière - his scandalous marriage, his scurrilous plays and the irresistible creation of his infamous and celebrated satire Tartuffe.
£9.99£7.99By Chloë Moss
A tender portrayal of two women trying to start again after their release from prison.
A play comprising two short ballads about migration, missed connections, and life on the edge of respectability.
A witty, tender, and occasionaly surreal exploration of one family's experience of the NHS.
A poignant and gripping tale told through three interlinking monologues from the multi-award-winning author of The Weir.
By Liam Borrett
A poignant exploration of what it means to say goodbye.
A short play about the surreal nature of modern life.
£5.99£4.79EPUB £5.99£4.79By Joel Horwood
A play about a group of young women seeking to form a new type of society and a better way of living. Part of Platform, a series of big-cast plays with predominantly or all-female casts, written specifically for performance by school, college and youth-theatre groups.
The first collection from a major new voice in American theatre.
By Tony Kushner
A collection of essays, poems, a prayer and a play from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angels in America.
A complex and intense portrait of the mechanics of a family – and a marriage – through the eyes of four siblings struggling to define themselves beyond their parents' love and expectations.