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A Tragic Figure

A comic duologue about a civil servant sweltering in Moscow coping with the incessant demands of his family from their summer dacha.

Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts

    Travesty

    The debut play by Liam Williams, double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee -  about gender and the ethical dimensions of modern love.

    Trestle

    A tender but truthful exploration of love and ageing, asking how we choose to live in the face of soaring life expectancies. Winner of the 2017 Papatango New Writing Prize.

    Trying It On

    An autobiographical monologue, written to be performed by its author David Edgar, in which Edgar at seventy confronts the ideals of his twenty-something self.

    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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    Us/Them

    An extraordinary, award-winning account of the Beslan School Siege, exploring the entirely individual way children cope with traumatic situations.

    Valhalla

    Joint winner of the inaugural Theatre503 Playwriting Award, Valhalla depicts a world where the boundaries of scientific research and the endurance of human love are stretched to their limits.

    What is the Custom of Your Grief?

    A short play by Timberlake Wertenbaker about an English schoolgirl who is befriended online by an Afghan girl after her brother is killed while on active duty in Afghanistan.

    When Cows Go Boom

    A short play by Stacey Gregg, an oblique parable of love set against the backdrop of a horrific landscape.

    Published in volume Irish Shorts

      Why Can't We Live Together?

      Set against the low hum of the War on Terror, Why Can't We Live Together? is a kaleidoscopic vision of our times through the lives of one man and one woman.

      Wild Swimming

      A kaleidoscopic exploration of cultural progress, an interrogation of gender and privilege, and a wilfully ignorant history of English Literature.

      Wilderness (April De Angelis)

      A short play about a patient and her psychiatrist as they head into the wilderness to find out how sane any of us really are.