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Rockets and Blue Lights

The Alfred Fagon Award-winning play that retells British history through the prism of the slave trade.

Metamorphoses

An entertaining and provocative new play inspired by Ovid's powerful collection of myths.

The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage (stage version)

The stage version of Philip Pullman's The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, which is set twelve years before the epic His Dark Materials trilogy. Two young people and their dæmons, with everything at stake, find themselves at the centre of a terrifying manhunt.

Small Island (stage version)

Andrea Levy's epic novel tracing the tangled history of Jamaica and Britain, adapted for the stage by Helen Edmundson.

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Lava (2022 edition)

A timely play about grief and the power of expression, rocking with raw emotion and sharp humour.

The 47th

A viciously funny play offering a dazzling glimpse into the underbelly of the greatest political show on earth: the US presidential race.

Tapped

A witty and sensitive portrayal of managing mental health within a family, highlighting the barriers we put up in order to put on a brave face.

Scandaltown

A comedy for the new Restoration of the theatres, set in contemporary, post-pandemic London, full of illicit sex, political hypocrisy and the machinations of a fame-hungry elite.

The Maladies

A powerful, provocative play exploring psychogenic illness amongst groups of women throughout history, premiered by the Almeida Young Company.

Cancelling Socrates

A provocative and witty play about an uncompromising voice in dangerous times.

Electric Rosary

A sharp, timely and gloriously funny play that asks what faith really means in the age of artificial intelligence. Winner of the Bruntwood Prize Judges' Award.

Habibti Driver

A heartwarming and hilarious play exploring the clashes, compromises and comedy that come with living in a mixed-culture family in today's Britain.