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Seven Jewish Children

A short play written in response to the situation in Gaza at the time of writing in January 2009.

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Limbo

A monologue play in which a 17-year-old girl tells us the story of her relationship with an older man and what it led to.

Published in volume St Petersburg and other plays

    Catherine Medbh

    A bittersweet and hesitant duologue in a bar between a youngish man and woman who are ex-lovers.

    Published in volume St Petersburg and other plays

      About a Goth

      A short play about a young man who volunteers in old people's homes, and suffers paroxyms of love and hate for the residents.

      Published in volume Me, As A Penguin

        Notes for First Time Astronauts

        A comic monologue warning of the perils of self-abuse in zero gravity conditions.

        Published in volume Me, As A Penguin

          Who is Sylvia?

          Rattigan's play about obsessive love, a bittersweet portayal of his father - and maybe of his own frustrated love life.

          Published in volume Who is Sylvia? and Duologue

            Duologue

            Terence Rattigan's Duologue is a short monologue play for a female actor in which a woman reminisces movingly about her dead husband.

            Published in volume Who is Sylvia? and Duologue

              Spacewang

              A monologue play in which a teenage girl roams the streets of Withernsea in search of aliens.

              Published in volume The Kitchen Sink

                Leavings

                A short monologue play from the author of Jerusalem.

                Published in volume Jez Butterworth Plays: One

                  The Naked Eye

                  A short monologue play from the author of Jerusalem.

                  Published in volume Jez Butterworth Plays: One

                    Prickly Heat

                    A surreal and sensuous comedy by a young Scottish writer-performer.

                    Published in volume First Run

                      Inventing a New Colour

                      A war-time Exeter family takes in an evacuee from London.

                      Published in volume First Run