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All On Her Own

A powerfully atmospheric one-woman play, All On Her Own tells the story of Rosemary who, alone at midnight in London, has a secret burden to share that is both heartbreaking and sinister.

Published in volume Harlequinade & All On Her Own

    House

    A play about family, culture clash, memory and truth, commissioned by acclaimed theatre company Clean Break.

      Amongst the Reeds

      Two friends scratch out a living on the margins of society in a play commissioned by acclaimed theatre company Clean Break.

        Kitchen

        A short play from the author of Disco Pigs and The Walworth Farce.

        Published in volume Arlington

          Aloe Aloe

          A provocative short play about parenthood and responsibility, from the author of Mr Incredible and Where Do Little Birds Go?.

          Published in volume Mr Incredible

            One Thousand and One

            A short play from the author of Mr Incredible and Where Do Little Birds Go?.

            Published in volume Mr Incredible

              Last Letters Home

              A short monologue play for a female performer.

              Published in volume Here I Belong

                Wilderness (April De Angelis)

                A short play about a patient and her psychiatrist as they head into the wilderness to find out how sane any of us really are.

                  Fugue

                  A psychological horror story about a woman suffering a mental breakdown, from the award-winning author of Iron.

                    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

                      The Letter-Box

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

                      Published in volume Scot-Free

                        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