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Mosquitoes

A play about families and particle physics, premiered at the National Theatre, London, in July 2017.

The House They Grew Up In

A tender, dark and funny look at a co-dependent relationship between a brother and a sister, and how they cope when the world bursts in on them.

Out of Love

A tale of friendship, love and rivalry over thirty years from award-winning playwright Elinor Cook.

Twilight Song

Kevin Elyot's evocative final play, a hilarious and heartbreaking tale of one family's hidden liaisons over half a century.

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Angel

Inspired by the extraordinary true story of the Angel of Kobane, Angel is part of Henry Naylor's Arabian Nightmares trilogy.

The Collector

A compelling tale of murder, evil and betrayal set in occupied Iraq, part of the Arabian Nightmares trilogy.

Echoes

A bloody tale of colonialism – ancient and modern – and the rhyme of history. Part of the Arabian Nightmares trilogy.

Touch

A shamelessly funny and brutally honest play about sex, connection and control.

Bodies

A play about the human cost of surrogacy, and what we’ll overlook to get what we want.

Queen Anne

Helen Edmundson's gripping play tells the little-known story of a monarch caught between friendship and duty.

Mighty Atoms

Ex-boxer Taylor Flint wants to put the past behind her. Yet back on the Hull estate where she grew up, she is drawn into running a boxercise class. Amanda Whittington's play is inspired by Hull's original Mighty Atom, Barbara Buttrick.

small hours

A collaborative theatre piece created by playwrights Lucy Kirkwood and Ed Hime with theatre director Katie Mitchell, dissecting the claustrophobic world of a new mother struggling to cope on her own.

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