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Flesh and Bone

A vivid and fast-paced ride through a working-class London estate, fusing Shakespeare-inspired lyricism with Cockney accents.

How To Be A Kid

A touching and funny story of family, friends and fitting in, How To Be A Kid is ideal for seven- to eleven-year-olds to watch, read and perform.

Victoria's Knickers

An epic romcom telling the story of an unlikely romance between the Queen of England and a boy from the wrong side of the tracks. Premiered by the National Youth Theatre.

Sunrise

An honest, tender-hearted and uproariously funny story from actress, comedian, writer and doodler Jessie Cave – with colour illustrations throughout.

One Jewish Boy

A bittersweet comedy fuelled by rising anti-Semitism, about a relationship between a nice Jewish boy from North London and the nice, not-so-Jewish woman with whom he falls desperately in love.

Beauty and the Beast (National Theatre version)

Lucy Kirkwood's delightful version of the classic fairytale, first seen in a production devised and directed by Katie Mitchell at the National Theatre for Christmas 2010.

Original Death Rabbit

A painfully funny play, shining a light on one woman's struggle with the dark side of the internet

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.

Tribes

A penetrating play about belonging, family and the limitations of communication.

O go my Man

A satirical comedy of modern manners set in contemporary Dublin. Joint winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize for 2006-07.

You Stupid Darkness!

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

1972: The Future of Sex

A devised play about three couples having sex for the first time – and a country on the brink of a sexual awakening.