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Touched

A revered modern classic about life in a working-class suburb of Nottingham in the closing days of World War II.

Rabbit

A fiercely funny play about what it's like to be a young woman living, working, drinking, loving and having sex in the 21st century.

Jordan

A short play that tells the true story of Shirley Jones, who kills her baby boy, Jordan, rather than have him taken away by his abusive father.

Published in volume Singular Female Voices

    Much Ado About Nothing

    An edition of the play in the Shakespeare Folios series, offering the absolute authenticity of the First Folio in a totally accessible form.

    Ladies' Day

    Work, love and life are just one long, hard slog for the fish-filleting foursome Pearl, Jan, Shelley and Linda. But their fortunes are set to change when Linda finds tickets to Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot the year it relocated to York.

    strangers, babies

    The chilling story of one woman's desperate attempts at a future that's worth living.

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    Ladies Down Under

    The funny, heart-warming sequel to the enormously successful Ladies' Day, following the lasses from Hull on their adventures down under.

    Night Time

    A hypnotic noir thriller set in a beguiling world of dream, danger and fantasy.

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    Fragile!

    A darkly humorous play about the people behind the tabloid stories of migrant workers and sex-trafficking in today's Europe.

    Unravelling the Ribbon

    A touching and frequently hilarious play about three women whose lives are touched by breast cancer.

    Last Easter

    A funny, moving and provocative drama about the true nature of friendship.

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    Bliss

    A wild and slippery fantasy from French-Canadian writer Olivier Choinière, translated by Caryl Churchill, exploring our insatiable appetite for private lives made public.