In a dramatisation, Roman poet Ovid describes the themes in his poem 'Transformations'.
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.
Dramatisation of Solzhenitsyn's novel about the Russian army's defeat by Germany in 1914.
Nigerian writer Wole Soyinka's drama highlighting the plight of political asylum seekers.
Marking Wole Soyinka's 80th birthday, a drama based on real event in 1940s Nigeria.
World War One seen through the eyes of a Greek soldier fighting in the Macedonian trenches
Iain Burnside's play on the tragic life of World War I poet and songwriter Ivor Gurney.
By Steve Waters. Dramatisation of a meeting where bankers met to save the world economy.
A new production of Chekhov's play with Neil Dudgeon, Anton Lesser and Lyndsey Marshal.
Adaptation of an unfilmed screenplay by Dylan Thomas set on a Pacific island.
Kenneth Branagh and Alex Kingston star in Shakespeare's tragedy of love and power.
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Tanika Gupta's drama about surrogacy in India.
Drama by Juan Mayorga in which a teenager's literary voyeurism spirals out of control.
Drama about a young woman finding her voice at a time of unprecedented social change.
Could an Archbishop become an enemy of the state? An original drama by Frances Byrnes.
By Michael Eaton. Michael Maloney plays Alfred Haddon, the first field anthropologist.
A long-buried secret shatters a young Rwandan-born woman's feelings for her adopted father
Aeschylus's classic trilogy about murder, revenge and justice
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By Harold Pinter. In a remote farmhouse, Deeley and Kate await a mysterious visitor.