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The Approach

Both psychological puzzle and quietly devastating tragedy, Mark O'Rowe's The Approach explores the inner lives of three women as they desperately try to make sense of their world.

Asking for It (stage version)

A powerful adaptation of Louise O'Neill's devastating novel about the experience of a young woman whose life is changed forever by a horrific act of violence.

The Astronaut's Chair

Rona Munro's thrilling play about the race to be the first woman in space.

The Authorised Kate Bane

A painfully comic excavation of a family history asks if there is an authorised version of the past - or just the one we can live with.

Baby Dolls

A futuristic comedy about conception, state control and rebellion.

Bad Roads

A heartbreaking, powerful and bitterly comic account of what it is to be a woman in wartime.

The Ballad of Maria Marten

A thrilling play based on the nineteenth-century Red Barn Murder in Suffolk, rediscovering the lost story of the murder victim, Maria Marten.

Be My Baby

A poignant drama about attitudes to teenage pregnancy in 1960s Britain.

Bird

A cutting-edge monologue that throws light on the experience of a teenager in contemporary Britain, from one of the country's most exciting young playwrights.

    Bird

    Winner of a Judges Award in the 2013 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting, Bird is a raw, delicate and bold play about growing up in a care home, and eventually leaving it for the outside world.

    Black Love

    An explosion of form-busting storytelling, combining real-life stories, imagined worlds, and new songs inspired by an R&B heritage.

    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.

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