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Gypsy Girl

A monologue first performed by Laura Lomas at Soho Theatre, London, on 5 October 2009 as part of Paines Plough's LATER programme.


    The hit play about Queen Elizabeth, Margaret Thatcher, handbags, hairspray and sensible shoes.

    Handbagged (one-act version)

    A short play about the working relationship between Mrs Thatcher and the Queen.


    A funny, heartfelt and compelling new play that asks what family means in a modern society, delicately weaving in questions of racial identity, economic privilege, and the lottery of birth.


    A thrilling and razor-sharp twisted comedy on the corrosive effects of social media and isolation.


    By Euripides Translated by Marianne McDonald

    An English translation of Euripides' classic tragedy, published in the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.

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    By Lucy Kirkwood Original author Henrik Ibsen

    A startling new version of Hedda Gabler, relocating Ibsen's nineteenth-century heroine to London in 2008.

    Hedda Gabler (Abbey Theatre version)

    A fluid yet faithful adaptation of Ibsen's masterpiece.

    Hedda Gabler

    By Henrik Ibsen Translated by Kenneth McLeish

    An English version of Henrik Ibsen's play Hedda Gabler, published in the Nick Hern Books Drama Classics series.

    Hedda Gabler (Almeida Theatre version)

    Richard Eyre's high-profile adaptation of Ibsen's famous 'problem play' about a headstrong woman's determination to control those around her.

    Hedda Tesman

    By Cordelia Lynn Original author Henrik Ibsen

    A reworking of Ibsen's Hedda Gabler, asking what we inherit, what we endure and how we carry our history.

    Here I Belong

    A moving, funny and charming play that takes you through decades of history seen through the eyes of one village resident.

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    Jules Verne, adapted by Laura Eason