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#aiww: The Arrest of Ai Weiwei

A timely play based on the true story of an imprisoned Nobel Laureate.

About a Goth

A short play about a young man who volunteers in old people's homes, and suffers paroxyms of love and hate for the residents.

Published in volume Me, As A Penguin

    According to Hoyle

    A comedy drama about male friendship in which five old friends meet for a traditional evening of poker.

    Amsterdam

    By Maya Arad Yasur Translated by Eran Edry

    A strikingly original, audacious thriller from a prize-winning Israeli writer.

    And Then Come The Nightjars

    A tender, frank and funny play about a West Country farm struggling to survive the Foot and Mouth pandemic.

    Angels

    A suspicious death at the workplace and loner security guard Nick Prentice is hauled in for interrogation. An uproarious underworld whodunit, Ronan O’Donnell’s single-hander reworks the hardboiled crime thriller for our times.

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    Animal Farm (stage version)

    A powerful and straightforward dramatisation of Orwell's enduring parable on the perils of totalitarianism.

    The Arrival

    A taut family drama about obsession, betrayal and the human need to belong.

    At the Table

    By Marcos Barbosa Translated by Mark O'Thomas

    An unnerving short play by Brazilian playwright Marcos Barbosa.

    Published in volume Almost Nothing & At the Table

      Audition

      A short monologue play about a disabled actor facing up to the traumatic experience of auditioning, commissioned by the BBC as part of CripTales, a television series marking the twenty-fifth anniversary of the UK's Disability Discrimination Act.

      Published in volume CripTales: Six Monologues

        Bacon

        An unflinching and unexpectedly humorous play about masculinity, sexuality and power, through the dizzying lens of youth.

        Ballyturk

        A gut-wrenchingly funny, achingly sad play featuring jaw-dropping moments of physical comedy.