Latest play from DryWrite’s Vicky Jones provides a vivid picture of contemporary metropolitan womanhood.
Updating the classics is not without its pitfalls. How can a modern audience, which has a completely different set of religious beliefs, relate to a 17th-century morality tale in which the lead character behaves badly, and I mean really badly, but gets his comeuppance by being roasted in hell fire?
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s television hit returns to the stage, still rocking with laughter and coolness.
Al Smith’s debut play about love, perversion and memory is both electrifying and emotionally satisfying.
New short play about sex and shame is partly a campaign tool and partly a plea for openness and understanding.