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Dream Pill

A short play about two children forced into prostitution.

Doris Day

A short play about two police officers and their different expectations of the job.

Disco Pigs

Enda Walsh's breakthrough play, a fast and formally inventive portrait of two teenage Irish misfits

Published in volume Disco Pigs & Sucking Dublin

    Dear Lupin (stage version)

    Michael Simkins' immensely charming stage adaptation of Dear Lupin, the witty and touching collection of letters from a father to his son that became a huge bestseller, winner of The Sunday Times Humour Book of the Year.

    Dead Dad Dog

    An offbeat short comedy with a political edge, in which an unemployed young man is dogged by his deceased father.

    Published in volume Scot-Free

      Days of Wine and Roses (stage version)

      JP Miller's 1962 film Days of Wine and Roses, adapted brilliantly for the stage by Owen McCafferty.


      A play with live music, waltzing and unexpected connections, exploring how we return, resettle and adapt.


      A startling play about what – and who – we consume.

      Cosmic Scallies

      A witty and touching new play about class, friendship and absence.


      An ink-black comedy about the boundaries between work and play.

      The Comeback

      A heartwarming, joyful and dazzlingly funny exploration of bittersweet nostalgia and the enduring power of friendship.

      Come On Over

      A Jesuit priest, sent to investigate a 'miracle' in his home town, re-encounters the woman who loved him thirty years before.


      A funny, furious monologue about holding on in this collapsing world.

      Closer to God

      A short play exploring the private worlds of strangers, living side by side but generations apart.

      Catherine Medbh

      A bittersweet and hesitant duologue in a bar between a youngish man and woman who are ex-lovers.

      Published in volume St Petersburg and other plays


        A searingly funny debut play about death, betrayal, and the possibility of forgiveness. And cider.

        Bully Boy

        A ferociously gripping story about the moral issues of contemporary military occupation and its effect on the mental health of serving soldiers. Written with startling insight by author and broadcaster Sandi Toksvig.

        A Breakfast of Eels

        An intense, elusive, and quietly beautiful play about a family crisis.