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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


    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?

    Poisoned Polluted

    A stark, bold, powerful and poetic drama looking at the effects on adult life of childhood trauma and the cycles of drug abuse.

    The Political History of Smack and Crack

    An angry and passionate play chronicling the fallout for communities crushed by the heroin epidemic at the height of Thatcherism.

    Pop Music

    A rollercoaster of a play for anyone that’s ever been a dick on the dance floor.


    A short play about community, identity and the enduring strength of family ties. First performed as part of the Orange Tree Theatre's Inside/Outside season.

    Published in volume Inside/Outside


      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.

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      Quelques Fleurs

      A short play from the leading Scottish poet and playwright.

      Raging: Wild Sky

      The Rising

      A play exploring the extraordinary energy and complexity of events in Ireland in the lead up to the Easter Rising of 1916.


      A short play about a writer returning home from Palestine to his wife, and being gently challenged as to where exactly his priorities lie.

      Red Car, Blue Car

      A heartbreaking short play about guilt, grief and responsibility, written for and performed at the Bush Theatre, London, in 2011.


      A short play about a parent and child who have been concealing their true identities.

      Published in volume Irish Shorts

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        Jules Verne, adapted by Laura Eason

        Jessica Swale

        John Nicholson and Le Navet Bete

        Charles Dickens, adapted by Alastair Cording(s)