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Tartuffe

By Molière Adapted by Liz Lochhead

A rollicking Scots version of Molière's classic of political satire and black comedy.

Published in volume Miseryguts & Tartuffe

    Brazil

    A blistering monologue set in Scotland in the near future, when Europe is at war with America, and Scotland suffers collateral damage in the clash of civilisations.

    Published in volume Singular Male Voices

      Writer's Cramp

      The debut play from the author of The Slab Boys and Tutti Frutti, taking satirical swipes at Anglo-Scottish cultural pretensions.

      Published in volume Scot-Free

        The Steamie

        A celebration of women's work in a Glasgow wash-house set on Hogmanay.

        Published in volume Scot-Free

          The Guid Sisters

          Germaine Lauzon has won a million Green Shield stamps. She invites her female friends and relations to a party to paste the stamps into the books. The temptation to pilfer the stamps is irresistible and an enormous fight breaks out.

            Your Turn to Clean the Stair

            A comically sinister study of the tensions in an Edinburgh tenement.

              Prickly Heat

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

              Published in volume First Run

                Miseryguts

                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

                  What Love Is

                  A short play about caring for your parents.

                  Published in volume Sex & God

                    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

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