Drama adapted from the late Julia Darling's diary, charting her life with breast cancer.
Iain Heggie's satirical play about an impecunious lawyer, set in 18th-century Glasgow.
By Mike Harris. The true story of how one man's need for cash created a national myth.
Mackenzie Crook and Rosie Cavaliero star in a rom-com for the middle-aged and overweight.
Comedy drama by Roy Smiles about the relationship between Terry-Thomas and Richard Briers.
Ambridge's queen of am-dram Lynda Snell brings a ghostly chill to Coward's classic comedy.
Neil Brand's fast-talking musical drama set in a 1933 Chicago radio studio
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Dark adventures by Sebastian Baczkiewicz, featuring immortal wanderer William Palmer
It's nearly Christmas and 12-year-old Dean has been left home alone. So where's Mum?
The true story of the 1976 discovery of the deadly Ebola virus in the jungle of Zaire.
By Marcella Evaristi. Three childhood friends reunite at a key moment in their lives.
By Bethan Roberts. Charlie likes wearing dresses. Will bodybuilding make him a new man?
By Adrian Penketh. Dark thriller set in France.
Richard Wilson stars as a counsellor trying to save a marriage on its last legs.
A drama about the slippery notions of truth and memory from dramatist Lucy Caldwell.
David Pownall imagines a row between WB Yeats and Sean O'Casey in Literary Revival Dublin.
Series of three legal dramas by Clara Glynn, featuring London barrister Rebecca Nyman.
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Maxine Peake writes and stars in this tale of teenage angst, mid-life crisis and drumming.
The women who trained as astronauts but were never allowed to go into space.
Sarah Cartwright's comedy about a kidnapping that does not quite go to plan.
A comedy about neighbours, architecture, tradition versus modernism - and James Bond.
By Margaret Evison. A mother's story about the death of her son in Afghanistan.
By Annalisa D'Innella. A man falls out of the sky, and three lives are changed.
In 1940, an imminent Nazi invasion of Ireland means a choice: collaboration or resistance?
Hannah's unhappy life is set to change when she meets a violinist.
By Caroline and David Stafford. Willie Rushton has trouble with Tony Hancock's ashes.
A play by poet and writer Glyn Maxwell about the 100-year history of a garden city.
Two plays by Sebastian Baczkiewicz based on the myths of rock and roll.
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All aboard the Super Chief, train of the stars, as it crosses the US in Moya O'Shea's play
A fall forces Paul's 81-year-old mum to consider selling up the family home.