Othello
Othello has never been a particular favourite of mine; it grates on the feminist in me – why does Othello believe everyone but his wife? Why is Desdemona so subservient?

Shining City
Shining City is a cross between a drawing room drama and a play by Pinter, complete with pregnant pauses. Replace the drawing room with a therapist’s consulting room, add a ghost and a touch of postmodernism, and you get the picture.

Shrimp
Shrimp is more than merely a play. It is an experience: both an aural and visual journey, a travelogue, an autobiography of a life so far, an insight into the mind of a trans-racial adoptee and a tale told vividly with every part of his body

fourplay
Alice, a former actor-turned-care worker, and Tom, who's still acting despite himself, are in a convenient but complacent relationship, not so much in love as in limbo.

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