A portrait of idealism and democracy floundering in a society of conservatism and opportunism, considered by many to be Ibsen's dramatic masterpiece.
The only play by leading Mexican poet Octavio Paz, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature.
A savage satire on the rapacious nature of office lives and lusts - the British debut from a writer whose work has been seen in prestigious theatres all over Germany.
An extraordinary play by Dutch writer Lot Vekemans that asks a simple question: is it ever possible to move on?
A darkly absurd play from the authors of Terrorism.
An extraordinary and disturbing play about post-Communist Russia by a young Siberian-born writer.
Racine's reworking of Euripides' Hippolytus, celebrated for its tragic construction and the richness of its language.
A gripping drama of sex, power and passion from the Spanish Golden Age.
By turns comic, tragic, lyrical and fantastic, the play is an allegory for the eponymous character's search for complete fulfilment, from the fjords of Norway to the deserts of Africa and back.
Ibsen's mighty epic, by turns fantastic and tragic, based on the Norwegian fairy tale Per Gynt. In the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.
An explosive retelling of the most savage and powerful of ancient myths - the story of avenging siblings, Electra and Orestes.
On Stage NowJ.M. Barrie, Ella Hickson
30 Apr - 2 May