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Low in the Dark

A witty and absurdist play that dismantles the myths of motherhood and exposes the sexism of language and religious imagery.

Published in volume The Crack in the Emerald

    Lose Yourself

    A fast and wild ride into the darker side of our celebrity obsessed culture.

    London Road

    An experimental and challenging work which reveals the ways in which even the darkest experiences can engender a greater sense of our mutual dependence.

    Lizzie Siddal

    A gripping historical drama charting one woman's dazzling trajectory from model to lover to artist, to a tragic figure in her own right.

    Little Wars

    Set in the French Alps in 1940, this thrilling play – based on truth – is an enthralling, entertaining and ultimately moving portrait of seven exceptional women.

    LIT

    A play exploring the turbulent teenage years of a Nottingham girl looking for love in all the wrong places.

    The Lioness

    A short play about Elizabeth I: the myth and the reality.

    Liolà

    By Tanya Ronder Original author Luigi Pirandello

    A funny and touching new version of Pirandello's high-spirited drama, set at the heart of a rural community where property and family unleash fierce passions.

    Lilies on the Land

    A revealing, funny and wonderfully moving portrait of four women who sign up to join the Women's Land Army during World War II.

    The Light Burns Blue (Platform Play)

    A play inspired by the true story of the Cottingley Fairies. Part of Platform, a series of big-cast plays with predominantly or all-female casts, written specifically for performance by school, college and youth-theatre groups.

    The Letter-Box

    A short play about domestic abuse, and its terrifying impact on families.

    Published in volume Scot-Free

      Lela & Co.

      The story of a young girl trapped in an increasingly tiny world. Based on a true story.

      Amateur Productions
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      Jules Verne, adapted by Laura Eason