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The Last of the Duchess

A compelling study of the corruption of fame, the lure of money and the betrayal that lurks at the heart of portraying the people around us, or the people we love. Based on Caroline Blackwood's book of the same name.

Written on the Heart

An enthralling historical drama about the creation of the King James Bible, commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company to mark its four-hundredth anniversary.

Leavings

A short monologue play from the author of Jerusalem.

Published in volume Jez Butterworth Plays: One

    Judgement Day

    An adaptation of Ibsen's extraordinary last play, When We Dead Awaken, one of his most deeply personal works.

    The Tree of Knowledge

    A wildly imaginative, hilariously provocative and deeply moving play from one of Scotland's most important playwrights.

    The House of Bernarda Alba (Drama Classics)

    Lorca's extraordinarily powerful drama, the last he wrote before his assassination, explores the darkness at the heart of repression.

    The Gatekeeper

    A darkly comic play about the disintegration of a family get-together.

    Goodbye to All That

    A taut and tender debut play that asks if it's ever too late to start again.

    Chalet Lines

    A shockingly funny journey through five decades of birthdays, weddings and hen dos, that asks if we can ever cut the apron strings that tie us to our parents.

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    The House Keeper

    A darkly humorous psychological thriller exploring the nature of possession, inheritance and corruption.

    The Last of the Haussmans

    A funny, touching and at times savage portrait of a family loosing its grip, examining the fate of the revolutionary generation.

    What Love Is

    A short play about caring for your parents.

    Published in volume Sex & God

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      Jules Verne, adapted by Laura Eason