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How to Spot an Alien

A play for young people (age five and up) to watch, read and perform, about one confused alien, two brave kids and a busted spaceship.

How To Disappear Completely and Never Be Found

The award-winning play that follows one man's desperate attempts to buck the system, and asks what really makes us who we are in the 21st century.

The Hound of the Baskervilles (stage version)

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most celebrated Sherlock Holmes story gets a gloriously funny makeover.

His Dark Materials (stage version)

A two-play dramatisation of Philip Pullman's extraordinary award-winning fantasy trilogy, first seen at the National Theatre.

The Haunting

A spine-chilling play based on several original ghost stories by Charles Dickens.

Hansel and Gretel (stage version)

An imaginative reworking of the children's classic, from the UK's leading author of plays for young audiences.

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Hamlet

An edition of Shakespeare's play in the Shakespeare Folios series - offering the absolute authenticity of the First Folio in a totally accessible form.

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The Great God Brown

A demonstration of O'Neill's expressionistic experimentation with masks to emphasise the distinction between characters, and the lack of understanding in human relationships.

    The God of Soho

    A hectic and hilarious morality tale for the modern world.

    Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp.

    A girl made of glass. Gods and murders. A serial killer's friends. And a secret in a bottle. Four stories by Caryl Churchill.

    Ghost Stories (stage version)

    The terrifying stageplay and worldwide cult phenomenon about a Professor of Parapsychology whose rationality is tested to breaking point – and beyond.

    Frankenstein (stage version)

    One of the greatest horror stories of all time, in a stage adaptation that sticks closely to Mary Shelley's original novel.