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A Night in November

The multi-award-winning playwright explores the subjects of football and sectarianism, set during the 1994 World Cup.

    The Naked Eye

    A short monologue play from the author of Jerusalem.

    Published in volume Jez Butterworth Plays: One

      My Son's a Queer (But What Can You Do?)

      A joyous, chaotic, autobiographical play telling the story of actor, writer and social-media sensation Rob Madge as they set out to recreate a Disney parade they performed as a twelve-year-old for their Grandma.

      My Name is Rachel Corrie

      The moving account of the life and early death of a young female activist, adapted from her own writings.

      My Name is Rachel Corrie (2017 edition)

      The moving account of the life and early death of a young female activist, adapted from her own writings.

      Mrs Delgado

      A funny and poignant play for one actor that tells a story of desire, control, raised blinds and lowered boundaries. This edition also includes the monologue Phoenix.

      Mr Incredible (VAULT version)

      A monologue about love and entitlement by Camilla Whitehill, author of Where Do Little Birds Go?, who was described by The Times as 'a writer of huge promise'.

      Published in volume Plays from VAULT

        Mr Incredible

        A brutal one-man play about modern love and old-fashioned entitlement.

        The Motherhood Project

        Monologues and Reflections on Motherhood

        A collection of dramatic monologues and real-life reflections by some of the UK's leading writers, artists and thinkers, and explores all the guilt, joy and absurdity, the regrets, pressures and taboos surrounding motherhood.

        Mongoose

        A strange and beguiling monologue about a loner obsessed with a malign companion called Mongoose.

        Published in volume Singular Male Voices

          Misty

          An inventive blend of gig theatre, spoken word, live art and direct address, exploring the pulsating heart and underground soul of inner-city London.

          misterman (2001 edition)

          A strange and haunting monologue from the acclaimed Irish playwright.