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By Joseph O'Connor. An Irish immigrant couple struggle to cope in New York in 1869.
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By Ian Curteis. Why did George V refuse to give sanctuary to his cousin, Tsar Nicholas?
Christopher Lee's play, set in the aftermath of the 1979 assassination of Lord Mountbatten
Comedy by Paul Watson about the world of the 'blue blood' debutantes, set in 1958.
By Nick Underwood. Singer-songwriter Dave tries to woo his muse with a song.
By Ben Crompton. Liam and Mickey's dog-walking scheme looks set to fail.
2/2 David Poll is earmarked for disciplinary measures leading to possible dismissal.
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Lecturer David Poll is tasked with finding industry partners to work with the department. (R)
Comedy about climate change and how to combat it. (R)
Jim Lynch's coming-of-age adventure story set on the Pacific Coast. (R)
By Jonathan Holloway. George Friendly starts work in one of the last seaside rep theatres.
By Tina Pepler. A young woman returns to Istanbul 10 years after a major earthquake.
By Jane Rogers. A charming play about a writer suffering from writer's block. (R)
Contemporary drama by Iain Finlay MacLeod, set in the far north of Scotland.
By Adrian Penketh. Wannabe cultural terrorist Mike is determined to make a splash. (R)
Gemma becomes involved with Tom and Sarah Hadley and is caught in a web of jealousy.
Ken Blakeson's story of three soldiers who fought in the Battle of Rorke's Drift. (R)
Debbie Oates' drama about a girl who hears voices, with original music by Carol Donaldson.
By Richard Monks. Mashama has run away from home; Eva believes she can't return to hers.
4/4 As Jean prepares for Hannah and Donald's wedding, someone plans a terrible revenge. (R)
By John Dryden and Mike Walker. An assassin is sent to assassinate a hedge fund manager.