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THREE (Multiplay Drama)

A funny, dark and thrilling play about family connections and the fallout from violence. In the Multiplay Drama series.

This Wide Night

A tender portrayal of two women trying to start again after their release from prison.

This May Hurt A Bit

A witty, tender, and occasionaly surreal exploration of one family's experience of the NHS.

This is Living

A poignant exploration of what it means to say goodbye.

This is a Chair

A short play about the surreal nature of modern life.

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This Changes Everything (Platform Play)

A play about a group of young women seeking to form a new type of society and a better way of living. Part of Platform, a series of big-cast plays with predominantly or all-female casts, written specifically for performance by school, college and youth-theatre groups.

The Things Good Men Do

Good men behaving very badly in a dark comedy about twenty-somethings in London.

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There is a War

A miniature epic that explores the mad savagery of war with biting black comedy, and takes us into the dark heart of a strange and surreal conflict.

That Almost Unnameable Lust

A short play about a writer holding workshops with older women in a prison.

Testing the Echo

A timely, provocative and witty look at the campaign to redefine Britishness for a multicultural society.

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A Tender Thing

Another Romeo and another Juliet in a strikingly different love story.

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Ten Tiny Toes

An uncompromising account of the heartbreaking choices faced by mothers today and what happens when a distant war comes home.

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