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The internationally renowned team of Peter Brook, Marie-Hélène Estienne and Jean-Claude Carrière revisit the great Indian epic The Mahabharata, thirty years after Brook’s legendary production took world theatre by storm.


By David Planell Translated by John Clifford

A play by young Spanish dramatist David Planell, about the hilarious attempt to get an accident video shown on TV, releasing undercurrents of racism in society.

The Bear

A one-act comic play about a reclusive young widow whose life takes a surprisingly romantic turn.

Published in volume Chekhov: Shorts

    Black Milk

    A worm's eye view of post-Communist Russia.

    Bleeding Heart

    A short dark comedy from Spain, in which a naive middle-aged transvestite encounters a petty thief nicknamed 'sour face'.


    A wild and slippery fantasy from French-Canadian writer Olivier Choinière, translated by Caryl Churchill, exploring our insatiable appetite for private lives made public.

    Blood Wedding

    García Lorca's blood-soaked story of doomed love, in a version by playwright Tanya Ronder.

    Blood Wedding (Drama Classic)

    García Lorca's passionate, lyrical tale of longing and revenge: a twentieth century masterpiece.


    By Sergi Belbel Translated by John London

    An acclaimed Catalan drama that presesnt a disturbing picture of contemporary Western society set against a background of urban alienation and violence.


    A pivotal work of European culture, with a character that has inspired artists from Goya to Picasso.

    The Cherry Orchard (Drama Classic)

    Chekhov's classic tragicomedy, translated and introduced by Stephen Mulrine.

    Children of the Sun

    By Maxim Gorky Translated by Stephen Mulrine

    A Chekhovian family drama, first staged in Russia in 1905.

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