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Cathy

A candid, poignant and intimate play about the lives of those at the sharp end of economic austerity, inspired by Ken Loach's Cathy Come Home.

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Picnic at Hanging Rock (stage version)

By Joan Lindsay Adapted by Tom Wright

A chilling adaptation of Joan Lindsay's classic novel about the disappearance of three Australian schoolgirls in the summer of 1900.

All the Little Lights

A poignant, moving and darkly funny play about young girls slipping through the cracks in society. Joint winner of the 2016 George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright.

Queen Anne

Helen Edmundson's gripping play tells the little-known story of a monarch caught between friendship and duty.

Box Clever

A moving, truthful and darkly comic play about one woman's experience of a women's refuge.

Adam

The remarkable true story of a young trans man's journey from Egypt to Scotland, charting his progress across borders and genders in his search for a place to call home.

Heroine

A devastating exploration of patriotism in the UK today.

In Event of Moone Disaster

Winner of the 2016 Theatre503 Playwriting Award, Andrew Thompson's debut play is about the adventures of three extraordinary women spanning 80 years, against the backdrop of humanity’s journey to the stars.

Albion

Mike Bartlett's outstanding play, set in the ruins of a garden in rural England.

The Slaves of Solitude (stage version)

A fascinating blend of dark hilarity and melancholy, woven from Patrick Hamilton’s much-loved story about an improbable heroine in wartime Britain.

Mighty Atoms

Ex-boxer Taylor Flint wants to put the past behind her. Yet back on the Hull estate where she grew up, she is drawn into running a boxercise class. Amanda Whittington's play is inspired by Hull's original Mighty Atom, Barbara Buttrick.

Acceptance

Crackling with razor-sharp dialogue, Amy Ng's play asks whether we can ever escape our past, and investigates the destructive side of our search for acceptance.