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Nice Fish

A sublimely playful, profound and very funny play, by celebrated actor Mark Rylance and Minnesotan contemporary prose poet Louis Jenkins.

A New Way to Please You (or The Old Law)

A black comedy about a question that haunts us today - what to do about an ageing population.

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New Labour

A comedy drama about being young, working in a shit job, living in debt, and all the funny and sad things you do to cope.

Nell Gwynn

Jessica Swale's play Nell Gwynn charts the rise of an unlikely heroine, from her roots in Coal Yard Alley to her success as Britain’s most celebrated actress, and her hard-won place in the heart of the king.

Natives

A play about a generation of unlikely heroes that celebrates coming of age online in a chaotic world.

My Night With Reg

A deliciously funny and bittersweet comedy that captures the fragility of friendship, happiness and life itself. Winner of the Evening Standard and Olivier Awards for Best Comedy.

Much Ado About Nothing

An edition of the play in the Shakespeare Folios series, offering the absolute authenticity of the First Folio in a totally accessible form.

Mr Thomas

A gritty, darkly funny look at attitudes to homosexuality in the 1950s, a portrait of repressed sexuality and alcoholism – and an homage to the great masters of British theatre, Wilde, Coward, Pinter and Orton.

Mr Kolpert

A delightfully morbid black comedy with a nod to Hitchcock's Rope.

Mr Incredible (VAULT version)

A monologue about love and entitlement by Camilla Whitehill, author of Where Do Little Birds Go?, who was described by The Times as 'a writer of huge promise'.

Published in volume Plays from VAULT

    Mr Incredible

    A brutal one-man play about modern love and old-fashioned entitlement.

    Mr Foote's Other Leg

    Ian Kelly’s riotously funny play, based on his award-winning biography of Samuel Foote, explores our obsession with celebrities, through the true story of the Oscar Wilde of the 18th century.