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Two Billion Beats

An insightful, heartfelt coming-of-age story and a blazing account of inner-city, British-Asian teenage life.

Trying It On

An autobiographical monologue, written to be performed by its author David Edgar, in which Edgar at seventy confronts the ideals of his twenty-something self.


A tender but truthful exploration of love and ageing, asking how we choose to live in the face of soaring life expectancies. Winner of the 2017 Papatango New Writing Prize.


The debut play by Liam Williams, double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee -  about gender and the ethical dimensions of modern love.

A Tragic Figure

A comic duologue about a civil servant sweltering in Moscow coping with the incessant demands of his family from their summer dacha.

Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts


    A darkly comic fable of brotherly love and family identity, winner of the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

    Time Spent on Trains

    A 15-minute play about childhood, disability and spending time on trains.

    Published in volume Fishskin Trousers

      Tickets are Now On Sale

      A short play about sponsorship and the arts.

      Published in volume Caryl Churchill Plays: Five

        This Wide Night

        A tender portrayal of two women trying to start again after their release from prison.

        This is Living

        A poignant exploration of what it means to say goodbye.

        Thick As Thieves

        A tense, revealing play that explores what it means to care for one another and asks who, in a time of increasing disconnect, we expect to look after us.

        A Tender Thing

        Another Romeo and another Juliet in a strikingly different love story.

        Take Care

        An astonishing, tragic and uplifting verbatim play about the care system in the UK today.


        A gripping psychological thriller, filled with razor-sharp dialogue.


        A comic duologue about a melancholy old actor perked up by memories of past glories.

        Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts

          Stories I Ain't Told Nobody Yet

          Fifty-four monologues and dialogues drawn from ‘found’ stories told by everyday people living everyday lives in East Tennessee and the Appalachia region of the USA.


          A night of debauchery and delicate connection in a play set in the city that never sleeps.

          Stones in His Pockets

          Hollywood comes to rural Ireland in this hilarious multi-award winner which ran for four years in London's West End.