A man falls in love with America and leaves his wife and children for fifty years of love and adventure with Sam.
A powerful and poetic play, with echoes of Jean-Paul Sartre's Huis Clos and Euripides' Medea. From the author of Death and the Maiden.
By Nigel Planer
A quirky comedy about the painting of the Sistine Chapel ceiling, from the well-known actor and writer - seen in the West End starring Ron Cook and Ralf Little.
A comic two-hander about the irresistible allure of showbusiness, from the author of Be My Baby.
By Enda Walsh
A fierce and devastating fable about enforced silence.
A fascinating meditation on human cloning, personal identity and the conflicting claims of nature and nurture.
A poignant, elegiac short play from the author of East is East.
A darkly comic fable of brotherly love and family identity, winner of the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
A delightfully wacky comedy about the facts of life, from the fictional 'National Theatre of Brent'.
A poignant two-hander about memory, truth and love.
By Marie Jones
Hollywood comes to rural Ireland in this hilarious multi-award winner which ran for four years in London's West End.Published in volume Stones in His Pockets & A Night in November: Two Plays
On Now & Coming SoonAmanda WhittingtonTatty Hennessy
17 - 20 Aug 22
Leith Arches Venue, EdinburghJessica Swale
3 - 8 Oct 22
Altrincham Garrick PlayhouseAlexi Kaye Campbell
27 Oct - 5 Nov 22
The Miller Centre Theatre Company, Surrey