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Notes on Falling Leaves

A poignant, elegiac short play from the author of East is East.

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A Number

A fascinating meditation on human cloning, personal identity and the conflicting claims of nature and nurture.

Old Fools

A surprising and touching tale about a couple, their experience of Alzheimer’s, and their enduring efforts to hold their relationship together through the years.

On Insomnia and Midnight

By Edgar Chías Translated by David Johnston

In a mountain hotel an ailing guest and nervous chambermaid strike up an uneasy friendship.

Published in volume Mexican Plays

    On the Ceiling

    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.

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    One Jewish Boy

    A bittersweet comedy addressing anti-Semitism through one young family's struggle against prejudice.

    Open

    A frank, refreshing romance that draws on interviews, conversation and private correspondence to explore the authors' real-life open marriage.

    Override

    A captivating, darkly comic play that questions what it means to be human.

    Peep

    A darkly comic, claustrophobic tale of voyeurism and sexual politics.

    Pests

    A hard-hitting, claustrophic drama about trying to escape your past.

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    PMQ

    A short play set in a Westminster dressing room, as Prime Minister Dave prepares for his first ever bout of Prime Minister's Questions.

    Published in volume Ella Hickson Plays: One

      Poison

      By Lot Vekemans Translated by Rina Vergano

      An extraordinary play by Dutch writer Lot Vekemans that asks a simple question: is it ever possible to move on?