A startling domestic thriller from the seventeenth century, one of the first tragedies ever to be written about ordinary people. In the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.
A searing examination of the culture of body-shaming, exploring how images of women are represented in art and social media.
A thrilling, funny and spectacular adaptation of Joan Aiken's classic children's novel, perfectly suited to performance by theatre companies and drama groups of any size.
£9.99£7.99By Joel Horwood
A play for two actors – or many more – exploring just how much wild we're comfortable with.
£9.99£7.99By Ross Willis
A wildly imaginative, irreverent look at life in and after the care system.
The first part of Mike Poulton's two-part adaptation of Hilary Mantel's acclaimed novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies. A thrilling and utterly convincing portrait of a brilliant man embroiled in the lethal, high-stakes politics of the Court of Henry VIII.Published in volume Wolf Hall & Bring Up the Bodies (stage version)
Mike Poulton's two-part adaptation of Hilary Mantel's acclaimed novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies. A thrilling and utterly convincing portrait of a brilliant man embroiled in the lethal, high-stakes politics of the Court of Henry VIII.
A dark and piercing thriller of modern morals from the Bruntwood Prize-winning author of Mogadishu.
A sensational dramatisation of the seventeenth-century witch trials, first performed at the original Globe Theatre in 1634.
A sensitive, delicate and powerful play that asks what our labour is worth and how life can be lived when the system is stacked against you. Winner of the 2015 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting.
A city comedy complete with cross-dressing and disguise, dating from around 1605.
On Stage NowJ.M. Barrie, Ella Hickson
30 Apr - 2 May