Plays

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Mortified

A humorous and dark play exploring sex, shame, and transformation and how we reckon with the traumatic experiences that have shaped us.

Secret Life of a Mother

An uplifting and empowering play that reveals the raw and untold secrets of pregnancy, miscarriage, childbirth, and mothering.

WROL (Without Rule of Law)

A darkly comic coming-of-age drama from an exciting Canadian playwright.

Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus

Performance artist Taylor Mac picks up where William Shakespeare's blood-soaked tragedy Titus Andronicus left off in a play that explores generic boundaries and charts the violence done by those in charge, and the lives of those left to clean up.

Corrina, Corrina

A gripping theatrical thriller set at sea, exploring power dynamics, superstitions and revenge, and what happens when we think no one is watching.

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The Father and the Assassin

A gripping play about the man who murdered Mahatma Gandhi, premiered at the National Theatre, London.

Kabul Goes Pop: Music Television Afghanistan

A play inspired by the true story of Afghanistan's first youth music programme, exploring a world following the US invasion that is complex, contradictory and shocking – all to a soundtrack of early noughties' pop.

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Patricia Gets Ready (for a date with the man that used to hit her)

A powerful play for one actor about a woman recovering from an abusive relationship.

two Palestinians go dogging

A comedy that explores how the everyday becomes political and the political becomes everyday in a conflict zone.

The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs

A heart-warming musical comedy about love, queerness, and belonging.

Electric Rosary

A sharp, timely and gloriously funny play that asks what faith really means in the age of artificial intelligence. Winner of the Bruntwood Prize Judges' Award.

"Daddy": A Melodrama

A blistering melodrama from Jeremy O. Harris, whose play Slave Play received a record twelve nominations at the 74th Tony Awards.

Habibti Driver

A heartwarming and hilarious play exploring the clashes, compromises and comedy that come with living in a mixed-culture family in today's Britain.

Prima Facie

A brilliant, award-winning play for a solo actor, about a young, successful barrister forced to confront the patriarchal power of the law.

Scandaltown

A comedy for the new Restoration of the theatres, set in contemporary, post-pandemic London, full of illicit sex, political hypocrisy and the machinations of a fame-hungry elite.

The Maladies

A powerful, provocative play exploring psychogenic illness amongst groups of women throughout history, premiered by the Almeida Young Company.

The Taxidermist's Daughter (stage version)

A thrilling Gothic story of violence, retribution and justice, adapted for the stage by Kate Mosse from her own internationally best-selling novel.

Jane Eyre (stage version)

A witty and fleet-footed adaptation that lays bare the beating heart of Charlotte Brontë's classic novel, whilst staying true to its revolutionary spirit.