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Wild Swimming

A kaleidoscopic exploration of cultural progress, an interrogation of gender and privilege, and a wilfully ignorant history of English Literature.

Widows

A smouldering political allegory about a political protest in a country ruled by a military junta. From the author of Death and the Maiden, written in collaboration with Tony Kushner, author of Angels in America.

The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd

By D H Lawrence Introduction by Colin Counsell

An intense and powerful drama set in a Nottinghamshire mining town. In the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.

White Lead

A short play exploring the expectations and responsibilities of being an artist and a woman.

The White Devil (RSC version)

A violent tragedy, regarded as one of the great works of Jacobean theatre. Features the text edited for the 2014 RSC production, and introductions by key members of its creative team.

The White Bike

An affecting play, based on a true story, about what happens when our world is turned upside down.

Where I'm From

A monologue play about a woman on the day of her release from prison.

    When They Go Low

    A play about everyday feminism, consent and the changing face of teenage sexuality in an online world. Written for the National Theatre Connections Festival.

    What is the Custom of Your Grief?

    A short play by Timberlake Wertenbaker about an English schoolgirl who is befriended online by an Afghan girl after her brother is killed while on active duty in Afghanistan.

    Wendy & Peter Pan

    By Ella Hickson Original author J. M. Barrie

    A refreshingly modern version of J.M. Barrie's much-loved story that puts the character of Wendy firmly centre stage.

    The Welkin

    Lucy Kirkwood's play about a woman sentenced to hang for murder in 18th-century rural Suffolk.

    The Wasp

    A twisting two-hander, a psychological thriller from the acclaimed author of Emilia.

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