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Medea (Headlong version)

By Euripides Adapted by Mike Bartlett

A bold new version of the classic tragedy by one of Britain's hottest playwrights.

Medea (Northern Broadsides version)

By Euripides Adapted by Tom Paulin

Euripides' tragedy, reworked by poet Tom Paulin into lithe and sinewy modern English.

Medea (Theatre Babel version)

By Euripides Adapted by Liz Lochhead

Euripides' classic story of the woman who murders her own children in revenge for her husband's infidelity, here given a distinctive Scots flavour by the poet and playwright Liz Lochhead.

The Misanthrope

By Molière Translated by Stephen Mulrine

Molière's most-admired comedy of manners, about a man whose quickness to criticise the flaws in others, and in himself, leads him into deep trouble. In the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.

The Miser

By Molière Translated by Martin Sorrell

Molière's story of a covetous old miser, obsessively protecting his hoard of gold and neglecting his long-suffering children. In the Nick Hern Books Drama Classic series.


By Liz Lochhead Original author Molière

A Scots version of Molière's play Le Misanthrope, by 'Scotland's greatest living dramatist' Scotland on Sunday.

Published in volume Miseryguts & Tartuffe

    Miss Julie

    A brilliant adaptation of Strindberg's groundbreaking masterpiece.

    Miss Julie (Drama Classics)

    Strindberg's classic naturalistic play, translated and introduced by Kenneth McLeish. In the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.

    Mistress of Desires

    A powerful exploration of machismo and sexual desire, by Peru's most acclaimed writer.

    Mr Kolpert

    A delightfully morbid black comedy with a nod to Hitchcock's Rope.


    Pirandello's ingenious detective story about a young woman who is hounded by the press after the death of a child in her care..

    Nathan the Wise

    Lessing's 18th-century masterpiece, a passionate plea for religious tolerance.

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    Jules Verne, adapted by Laura Eason