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The Seafarer

A breathtaking supernatural play from the author of The Weir.

Cruising

A hilarious, real-life comedy about pensioners going in search of love - from the sublime to the downright saucy.

Rabbit

A fiercely funny play about what it's like to be a young woman living, working, drinking, loving and having sex in the 21st century.

generations

A 30-minute drama about three generations of a black South African family who contest their relative culinary skills. But food isn't the only topic and the family numbers are declining...

Published in volume trade & generations: two plays

    Good Things

    A bittersweet romantic comedy about finding love later in life, from 'Scotland's greatest living dramatist' Scotland on Sunday.

    Don Carlos

    Schiller's great tragedy transformed by Mike Poulton into an intense and gripping historical thriller.

    The Small Things

    A fierce and devastating fable about enforced silence.

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    A Number

    A fascinating meditation on human cloning, personal identity and the conflicting claims of nature and nurture.

    Shimmer

    Surrounded by rain, rivers, lochs and floods, three generations of memory and experience ebb and flow through this lyrical play.

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    Notes on Falling Leaves

    A poignant, elegiac short play from the author of East is East.

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    We Happy Few

    A comedy drama about an all-female theatre company touring Britain during the darkest days of World War Two, written by the well-known actress and premiered in the West End.

    Continental Divide: two plays

    In this two-play cycle set against the background of a bitterly fought American governor's election, David Edgar explores what has happened to the revolutionary fervour which took hold of both the Right and the Left in the 1960s, and how it has been carried over into the politics of today.