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MALAPROP: plays

Four plays from the award-winning collective of Irish theatremakers: bold, playful, genre-spanning work, all premiered at the Dublin Fringe Festival between 2017 and 2023.

Macbeth (Donmar Warehouse edition)

Shakespeare's most extraordinary psychological drama in a version premiered at the Donmar Warehouse in 2023, starring David Tennant and Cush Jumbo, directed by Max Webster. With behind-the-scenes material exploring how the production was conceived and developed.

LORENZO

A life-affirming story about the messiness of ageing and dying. Winner of a Fringe First award at the 2023 Edinburgh Fringe.

A Little Life (stage version)

A bruising and beautiful story of love, the limits of human endurance, and the tyranny of memory, adapted for the stage from Hanya Yanagihara's bestselling novel.

Liberation Squares

A riotous stage comedy about sisterhood, freedom of speech, and dissent in the face of institutionalised Islamophobia.

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Leave Taking: The GCSE Study Guide

An essential resource for anyone studying Leave Taking for GCSE English Literature – featuring a complete guide to the text, plus sample questions and answers to help you prepare for assessment.

Lady Dealer

A mile-a-minute, one-person poem play about a young female drug dealer, exploring forgiveness, the exhaustion of trying, and mistaking self-destruction for self-preservation. Premiered at the 2023 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Kimberly Akimbo

The hearwarming, Tony Award-winning musical about a young girl with a genetic condition that leaves her prematurely aged.

James V: Katherine

A thrilling play about a turbulent time in Scotland's history, continuing Rona Munro's series of history plays set during the reigns of Scotland's generations of Stewart kings.

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Ivanov

Chekhov's character study of a man undone by his own spiritual malaise, in a brilliant translation by a world-renowned team of translators.

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It's a Wonderful Life (stage version)

A joyful stage adaptation of Frank Capra's movie about a down-on-his-luck banker who feels like he's at the end of his rope, until his guardian angel pays him a visit.

Is My Microphone On?

An urgent and lyrical play from a leading Canadian playwright, about young people questioning the choices that have been made, and the ones that they will yet be forced to make.

The Invincibles

A play about the Dagenham Invincibles, aka Sterling Ladies, the greatest women's football team in Britain during World War One, and their legacy in the present day.

The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures

Tony Kushner's turbulent epic about a retired longshoreman who feels that the world has turned its back on everything he has fought for in life.

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Infinite Life

A surprisingly funny inquiry into the complexity of suffering, and what it means to desire in a body that's failing you. UK premiere at the National Theatre, London.

If I Forget and Other Plays

Three extraordinary plays from the Tony Award-winning writer of Dear Evan Hansen: If I Forget, The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin and The Language of Trees.

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Idyll

A captivating short play about rural Britain, premiered by Pentabus Theatre in 2021.

I, Daniel Blake (stage version)

Adapted by Dave Johns Original author Paul Laverty

A touching and vital stage adaptation of the Palme d'Or-winning film directed by Ken Loach.