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Banana Boys

A play about the challenges of being on the school football team – and secretly gay.

Bartholomew Fair

Ben Jonson's bawdy Jacobean comedy, in the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.

Be My Baby

A poignant drama about attitudes to teenage pregnancy in 1960s Britain.

Beautiful Eyes

A short play about a family divided by politics, first performed in the week of Donald Trump's inauguration in 2017.

Published in volume Caryl Churchill Plays: Five

    Beauty and the Beast (National Theatre version)

    Lucy Kirkwood's delightful version of the classic fairytale, first seen in a production devised and directed by Katie Mitchell at the National Theatre for Christmas 2010.

    Beauty and the Beast (RSC version)

    A magical re-telling of the story of Beauty and the Beast, first performed in this version by the Royal Shakespeare Company.

    Beauty and the Beast (Young Vic version)

    A magical re-telling of the story of Beauty and the Beast, with music by Mick Sands drawn from traditional French folk melodies.

    The Beaux Stratagem

    George Farquhar's immortal comedy about two young gentlemen with a misguided plan to get enrich themselves at the expense of a series of young heiresses.

    A Bed of Roses

    From Bethlehem to black magic to Blue Peter, A Bed of Roses is an acerbic and funny play about middle-class hypocrisy and universal apathy. It was written for Hull Truck Theatre Company in 1977.

      The Beggar's Opera

      John Gay's bawdy and burlesque pastiche of classical Italian opera, often regarded as the world's first ever musical.


      A sharp and astute two-hander that takes an intimate look at the first fragile moments of risking your heart and taking a chance.

      Being Friends

      The first of the three plays that make up Robert Holman's acclaimed dramatic trilogy Making Noise Quietly.

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        Charles Dickens, Hugh Janes

        The Haunting Instagram

        19-26 October
        Rugby Theatre