In a dramatisation, Roman poet Ovid describes the themes in his poem 'Transformations'.
A celebration of contemporary Nordic writing in three new short plays.
Drama blending the psyche of Jean Sibelius, his music and the Finnish national epic.
Series of dramas curated by Dame Harriet Walter, all drawn from the theatre
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Martin Jarvis directs Miller's 1955 drama, with a US cast led by Alfred Molina.
David Suchet and Zoe Wanamaker star in Arthur Miller's 1949 play about the American dream.
New plays by Mike Walker and Andrew Whaley exploring themes of human rights and identity.
Goethe's Faust, one of the pillars of Western literature, in a version by David Timson
An outspoken 18th-century comedy of sex, marriage, debauchery and revenge.
Mike Bartlett's play imagining a future in which Prince Charles has become king.
By Steve Waters. A play about Henry Fielding and Robert Walpole. With David Troughton.
An adaptation of John Osborne's landmark play, on its fiftieth anniversary.
A new production of Shakespeare's dark tragedy about ambition for power.
A new adaptation of Franz Kafka's classic The Trial. What has Joseph Kay been accused of?
Joseph O'Connor's drama about Bram Stoker and Henry Irving, the inspiration for Dracula.
Adaptation of Oscar Wilde's classic drama of vanity and evil The Picture of Dorian Gray.
A new radio version of Ingmar Bergman's Academy Award-winning 1982 film
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By Mikhail Bulgakov. An adaptation by Lucy Catherine, featuring songs and original music.
Frank McGuinness' adaptation of the Greek tragedy by Sophocles. Stars Kristin Scott Thomas
Shakespeare's pastoral comedy of love, lust, cross-dressing and mistaken identity.
Michael Pennington stars as Euripides in exile, determined to write a play for the King.
Michael Symmons Roberts presents a drama-documentary exploring Paterson, New Jersey.
Three new plays to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Paines Plough theatre company.
Terry Jones introduces Robin Brooks's retellings of stories from Boccaccio's The Decameron
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Two friends release a film onto the internet exposing a military operation.
Series of drama performances, ranging from experimental works to the classics.
By Liao Yimei. Drama about a rhinoceros keeper who falls for his neighbour.
David Calder and Sian Phillips star in Martyn Wade's play to mark Strauss's anniversary.
Al Smith's play dealing with the scientific, physical and emotional consequences of time.
By JB Priestley. WWI has ended and the Conway family envisage a prosperous future.