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soft animals

A tender and unflinching story about motherhood, self-destruction and the way women help each other heal.

The Solid Life of Sugar Water

An intimate, tender play about loss, hurt and rediscovery, from Jack Thorne.


A taut, thrilling debut play for two actors, premiered at Theatre503, London.


A play exploring the last three decades of women in politics, asking what's changed and what still must.

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.


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

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

    Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts


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

      Take Care

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

      A Tender Thing

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

      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.

      This is Living

      A poignant exploration of what it means to say goodbye.

      This Wide Night

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

      Tickets are Now On Sale

      A short play about sponsorship and the arts.

      Published in volume Caryl Churchill Plays: Five

        Time Spent on Trains

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

        Published in volume Fishskin Trousers


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

          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