An ingenious satirical comedy, often considered playwright Richard Brome's masterpiece and one of the greatest comedies of the Caroline era, presenting a farcically topsy-turvey view of London in the 1630s.
A disastrous family reunion is the occasion for a sharp and perceptive look at what has happened to 60s idealists and their children.
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A domestic tragedy about a woman plotting to have her husband murdered, Arden of Faversham was first published in 1592. Its authorship is unknown, although suggestions include Thomas Kyd, Christopher Marlowe and William Shakespeare.
A taut family drama about obsession, betrayal and the human need to belong.
Sixteen-year-old Kelly has never known her Dad. It turns out he's from Iraq, which her mum never mentioned, and he's brought an ancient Mesopotamian vase as some kind of present. But Kelly doesn't want a vase, she wants her dad to stay and get to know her. It's not the reunion either of them expected and for Kelly it's the beginning of an epic and dangerous journey.
The gripping story of the sensational, real-life case in which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle found himself playing detective.
An edition of Shakespeare's play that offers the absolute authenticity of the First Folio in a totally accessible form.
A smart, witty new musical by Chris Bush and Matt Winkworth about truth, celebrity and public outrage.
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A painfully comic excavation of a family history asks if there is an authorised version of the past - or just the one we can live with.
A futuristic comedy about conception, state control and rebellion.
An energetic, fast-moving adaptation for the stage of this modern children's classic, by the best-selling author and 2005 Children's Laureate.
On Stage NowJamila Gavin, Helen Edmundson
25 - 28 Mar
The Mitre TheatreJ.M. Barrie, Ella Hickson
30 Apr - 2 May