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The God of Soho

A hectic and hilarious morality tale for the modern world.

God's Dice

Science and religion go head to head in this electric tragicomedy: a ferociously funny battle for power, fame and followers.

Godchild

A sharp, dark comedy that explores the inescapable difference between feeling 19 and being 19.

Good People (TCG edition)

A penetrating drama laced with the signature humour of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Rabbit Hole. Good People explores the struggles, shifting loyalties and unshakeable hopes that come with having next to nothing.

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Good Things

A bittersweet romantic comedy about finding love later in life, from 'Scotland's greatest living dramatist' Scotland on Sunday.

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The Government Inspector

A classic satire of provincial bureaucracy, in an English translation by Stephen Mulrine. In the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.

Grace

A far-reaching, comic portrait of the effects of hypocrisy and corporate greed on the values of late-twentieth-century England.

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The Guid Sisters

Germaine Lauzon has won a million Green Shield stamps. She invites her female friends and relations to a party to paste the stamps into the books. The temptation to pilfer the stamps is irresistible and an enormous fight breaks out.

    Hand in Hand

    A fierce and funny play from the author of Not a Game for Boys.

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    Handbagged

    The hit play about Queen Elizabeth, Margaret Thatcher, handbags, hairspray and sensible shoes.

    Handbagged (one-act version)

    A short play about the working relationship between Mrs Thatcher and the Queen.

    Happy Now?

    A painfully truthful, darkly comic take on contemporary life and how to survive it.