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Dark Sublime

A play about joy and heartbreak, quarries and transmat beams – a love-letter to British sci-fi television.

The Day I Stood Still

A poignantly funny drama from the author of My Night With Reg, about the heartbreak of unrequited love and the power of memories.

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Dead Dad Dog

An offbeat short comedy with a political edge, in which an unemployed young man is dogged by his deceased father.

Published in volume Scot-Free

    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.


    A bittersweet and vital play that throws a spotlight on 'Generation Rent' and the lengths they will go to in order to get that first step on the property ladder.

    The Desert Air

    A wartime comedy set in Cairo.

    Published in volume Nicholas Wright: Five Plays

      The Devil is an Ass

      Ben Jonson's 1616 comedy about a junior demon who persuades his master Satan to let him spend a day in London.

      Dexter and Winter's Detective Agency

      A madcap adventure story for young people (and older detectives) to watch, read and perform.

      Di and Viv and Rose

      A warm and funny play about female friendship, crackling with wit and poignant observation.

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      Diary of a Nobody (stage version)

      A sparkling adaptation of the classic comic novel recording the daily exploits of Charles Pooter, the London clerk with social aspirations far beyond his status.

      Disco Pigs

      Enda Walsh's breakthrough play, a fast and formally inventive portrait of two teenage Irish misfits

      Published in volume Disco Pigs & Sucking Dublin

        The Distance

        A painfully funny play about motherhood (and fatherhood), about keeping control, and about letting go.