NHB Modern Plays

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Unravelling the Ribbon

A touching and frequently hilarious play about three women whose lives are touched by breast cancer.

The Unravelling

A Fringe First Award-winning fable about the power of mythology to change your life.

The Unmanageable Sisters

A funny and furious new version of Michel Tremblay’s fêted Québécoise comedy, Les Belles-Soeurs.

Unknown Rivers

A poignant and life-affirming play about the extraordinary powers of female friendship.

Unbroken

A radical, modern-day re-interpretation of Arthur Schnitzler’s taboo-breaking 1897 play La Ronde, with its 'daisy chain' of sexual encounters.

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Ugly Lies the Bone

An honest and funny play about a wounded veteran seeking rehabilitation through an experimental virtual reality therapy, from an award-winning American playwright.

The Tyler Sisters

A funny, heartening exploration of time, and the unassuming moments that make up our lives.

Two Princes

A bittersweet drama about life, love, loss, and sculpture.

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Two Ladies

A powerful drama about the first ladies of France and America, as their husbands clash over an international crisis.

Two Billion Beats (short play version)

A short play about the unfairness of growing up in a world where you don't make the rules. First performed as part of Inside/Outside, a season of short plays staged at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond.

Published in volume Inside/Outside

    Two Billion Beats

    An insightful, heartfelt coming-of-age story and a blazing account of inner-city, British-Asian teenage life.

    Twilight Song

    Kevin Elyot's evocative final play, a hilarious and heartbreaking tale of one family's hidden liaisons over half a century.

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    Jules Verne, adapted by Laura Eason