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The Importance of Being Alfred

A short play about Lord Alfred Douglas, the former lover of Oscar Wilde, and his latter years as the supporter of a prominent homophobe.

Wormwood

A poetic and heart-rending play written in response to the tenth anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster.

The Panel

A short play about the power politics underlying the selection of any candidate.

Lazybed

A play about a man who cannot, or will not, get out of bed one morning for 'metaphysical reasons'.

One Good Beating

A blackly comic short play about a grown-up brother and sister who exact revenge on their violent father.

One Way Street

A one-man show set in eastern Berlin in 1995, in which Flannery tells us his life story in the form of a guide to the city.

Brothers of Thunder

A play about forgiveness, reconciliation and the role of the church in the modern world.

Quelques Fleurs

A short play from the leading Scottish poet and playwright.

James I: The Key Will Keep the Lock

The first part of The James Plays trilogy, exploring the complex character of the colourful Stewart King James I – poet, lover and law-maker.

Published in volume The James Plays

    James II: Day of the Innocents

    The second part of Rona Munro's The James Plays trilogy, James II: Day of the Innocents depicts a violent royal playground from the perspective of the child King and his contemporaries, in a terrifying arena of sharp teeth and long knives.

    Published in volume The James Plays

      James III: The True Mirror

      The third part of Rona Munro's The James Plays trilogy, James III: The True Mirror, like the King himself, is colourful and unpredictable, turning its attention to the women at the heart of the royal court.

      Published in volume The James Plays

        Sex & God

        Four women from different moments in the twentieth century talk across time in Linda McLean's extraordinary play about faith, lust and family.

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