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All On Her Own

A powerfully atmospheric one-woman play, All On Her Own tells the story of Rosemary who, alone at midnight in London, has a secret burden to share that is both heartbreaking and sinister.

Published in volume Harlequinade & All On Her Own

    All Our Children

    A moving examination of a terrifying moral dilemma, and a powerful story that shows what it takes for humanity and decency to be restored in a world that has abandoned them.

    All the Little Lights

    A poignant, moving and darkly funny play about young girls slipping through the cracks in society. Joint winner of the 2016 George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright.

    All the Way Home

    A deeply emotional comedy drama from the author of East is East, exploring the relationships we have with our roots, and with those that we love but don't always understand.

    All's Well That Ends Well

    An edition of Shakespeare's play in the authoritative and accessible Shakespeare Folios series.

    Alligators

    A searing dramatic thriller that asks how well we actually know those closest to us, premiered at Hampstead Theatre in June 2016.

    Aloe Aloe

    A provocative short play about parenthood and responsibility, from the author of Mr Incredible and Where Do Little Birds Go?.

    Published in volume Mr Incredible

      Alys, Always (stage version)

      A psychological thriller, adapted for the stage from Harriet Lane's gripping novel.

      Amongst the Reeds

      Two friends scratch out a living on the margins of society in a play commissioned by acclaimed theatre company Clean Break.

        And Then Come The Nightjars

        A tender, frank and funny play about a West Country farm struggling to survive the Foot and Mouth pandemic.

        Angel

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

        Animal Farm (stage version)

        A powerful and straightforward dramatisation of Orwell's enduring parable on the perils of totalitarianism.