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Zoo and Twelve Comic Monologues for Women

A wildly inventive comedy drama about courage, female friendship and flamingos. This volume also includes twelve comic monologues for female performers.

Your Turn to Clean the Stair

A comically sinister study of the tensions in an Edinburgh tenement.

    You, Me and Wii

    A short play by the author of the Adrian Mole books, set in a council house in a small Leicestershire town at election time.

    You Stupid Darkness!

    An urgent play about the struggle for optimism and community amid the chaos of a world falling apart.

    Yellowfin

    Politics and the planet collide in a fiercely original play about the limits of science, the power of myths, and the things we can't control.

    Yellow Face

    A mock documentary that puts Hwang himself centre-stage as he uses the controversy over colour-blind casting for Miss Saigon and the racially motivated federal investigation of his own father to explore Asian identity and the ever-changing definition of what it is to be an American.

    Writer's Cramp

    The debut play from the author of The Slab Boys and Tutti Frutti, taking satirical swipes at Anglo-Scottish cultural pretensions.

    Published in volume Scot-Free

      The Wonder of Sex

      A delightfully wacky comedy about the facts of life, from the fictional 'National Theatre of Brent'.

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      Wonder Boy

      A play about the power of finding your own voice, revolving around a twelve-year-old boy with a stammer.

      A Woman of No Importance

      Oscar Wilde's audacious drama of social scandal centres around the revelation of a long-concealed secret. In the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.

      The Winterling

      A comedy thriller from the author of the Olivier Award-winning Jerusalem.

      The Wind in the Willows (stage version)

      A delightful stage adaptation that combines all the joy and mystery of Kenneth Grahame's much-loved classic with the lightness of touch and playful theatricality that award-winning playwright Mike Kenny is known for.