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Somewhere Out There You

A romantic comedy with a twist, playfully unravelling the love stories we weave for ourselves. First performed at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, as part of Dublin Theatre Festival.

Blue Mist

A debut play about South Asian Muslim men navigating a system that isn't built for them. Premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London.

Burnt Out

A blackly comic psychological thriller for the stage, revealing the darker side of suburban life in Belfast.


An intoxicating and mystical play about love, belonging and the tides within us, premiered by Pentabus and ThickSkin on a tour of the UK.

Fleabag: The Welsh Edition

A Welsh language adaptation of the hit play by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, first staged by Theatr Clwyd in 2023.


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

Boy Parts (stage version)

A pitch-black psychological thriller based on the critically acclaimed debut novel by Eliza Clark. Premiered at Soho Theatre, London.

Dreaming and Drowning

An intimate and visceral play that dives into the mind of a young Black queer man wrestling with anxiety. Premiered at the Bush Theatre, London, in 2023.

Feeling Afraid As If Something Terrible Is Going To Happen

A new edition of the dark and biting one-man show starring Samuel Barnett at the Bush Theatre, London, in 2023.

The Time Machine: A Comedy

A fast-paced, wise-cracking, riotous play, loosely based on H.G. Wells's masterpiece, that zips from the nineteenth century to the end of the world, and (with any luck) back again.

Cold War (stage version)

Adapted by Conor McPherson Original author Paweł Pawlikowski

An epic love story spanning the decades and breadth of Europe at its most divided, adapted from the Academy Award-nominated film. Premiered at the Almeida Theatre, London, in 2023.

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.

The Motive and the Cue

The West End edition of the fierce, funny play about a clash of theatrical titans, Richard Burton and John Gielgud, winner of the Evening Standard Award for Best Play and the Critics' Circle Award for Best New Play.

Peter Pan (stage version)

An enchanting adaptation of J.M. Barrie's children's classic, with songs by Vikki Stone. Premiered at Rose Theatre, Kingston.

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.

This Might Not Be It

A candid portrayal of mental health services in the NHS, premiered at the Bush Theatre, London, in 2024.

The Cord

An honest and moving play about the challenging truths of family dynamics, focussing on a couple in the weeks after the birth of their child. Premiered at the Bush Theatre, London.

The Hills of California

The Webb Sisters are returning to their mother's run-down guest house in Blackpool, in a play by the author of Jerusalem and The Ferryman, premiered in the West End in 2024.