Plays for Young People (12-18 years)
This section lists plays that are especially suited to young people aged 12 and above, for reading, study or performance. Please note that some of the plays included here contain adult language and/or tackle challenging issues. We're always happy to advise on the suitability of any of our plays: send us an email at email@example.com, or call us on 020 8749 4953.
See also Plays for children (under 12 years)
A play about protest, power and protecting yourself. Part of the 2015 National Theatre Connections Festival.
£10.99£8.79Adapted by Enda Walsh
Mischievously adapted from Roald Dahl's story, acclaimed playwright Enda Walsh turns The Twits upside down and brings this revolting revolution to the stage.
A play exporing the apparent gulf between the young and old, commissioned as part of the 2014 National Theatre Connections Festival.
£9.99£7.99By Stacey Gregg
A touching and provocative story of first love though the eyes of a gender-curious teen, inspired by recent UK cases of 'gender fraud'.
£9.99£7.99By Rona Munro
A thrillingly fast-paced play about youthful disaffection, protest and violence, drawing on the history of the Scuttlers, the youth gangs of nineteenth-century Manchester.
A play about growing up, and forging your own identity. Part of Platform, a series of big-cast plays with predominantly or all-female casts, written specifically for performance by school, college and youth-theatre groups.
An adaptation for the stage of Jacqueline Wilson's popular novel.
A faithful yet inventive adaptation of Jane Austen's novel, terrifically actable and readable.
£9.99£7.99There is limited availability of this title. Please enquire before placing your order.
An enchanting collection of witty music and skits about the Bard, devised for and first performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
By Zawe Ashton
A surreal, dreamlike and hilarious play exploring the pressures and transformations that happen to teenagers as they grow up. In the Multiplay Drama series.
By Rufus Norris
The classic tale of Sleeping Beauty's curse – as seen through the eyes of the fairy who curses her.
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