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The Shoemakers' Holiday

A rumbustious Elizabethan comedy (c.1599) from a contemporary of Shakespeare, which features identity fraud, love triangles and a marriage proposal disguised as a shoe fitting.

The Shipment

The Shipment is a provocative look at African-American identity in today's not-quite post-racial society.

    Shining Souls

    A riotously funny comedy with a gallery of unforgettable characters, published here in a revised version alongside its revival at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow, in 2003.

    Shibboleth

    An exhilarating and unsentimental exploration of working-class life in Belfast.

    She Stoops to Conquer

    The best-loved English comedy of the 18th century.

    The Shakespeare Revue

    An enchanting collection of witty music and skits about the Bard.

    Sex with a Stranger

    Bleak, funny and excruciatingly accurate, Sex with a Stranger examines what it is to be in your twenties, lonely, hollow and uncertain.

    The Servant of Two Masters

    Disguising herself as her dead brother, Beatrice travels to Venice to find Florindo, the man responsible for his death. However her servant, Truffaldino, enters into the pay of Florindo and struggles to keep his two lives and masters separate.

    Screwed

    A gripping dramatic portrait of a destructive friendship between two women who push themselves to their limits.

    The School for Scandal

    A tale of two brothers. Joseph Surface is apparently a model citizen, his brother Charles is a dissolute wastrel. But when the schemings of the scandalmongers go awry, the reverse is shown to be true.

    Scapino

    By Molière Translated by Jeremy Sams

    Two young men have each found the love of their life. Unfortunately their fathers have other ideas. So the boys turn for help to Scapino, king of con-men. But the old men's obstinacy drives Scapino to ever more ludicrous schemes to ensure that love wins the day.

    Satin 'n' Steel

    A comic two-hander about the irresistible allure of showbusiness, from the author of Be My Baby.