Powerful classic play set in the early 1960s, centring on the reunion of an Irish family.
Drama set in the near future as the government deals with a real global warming crisis.
Eugene O'Neill's classic American expressionist drama starring Dominic West as Yank.
Murder, lust, madness and mayhem in a Jacobean classic set in 1920s Spain.
Don Taylor's adaptation of a stage version of Cervantes's classic picaresque novel.
Aleksei Arbuzov's classic Soviet play set during the siege of Leningrad.
Lia Williams stars in a new version of Ibsen's late sensuous drama.
A new drama which tackles the themes of family and responsibility.
Berthold Brecht and Kurt Weill's famous 1928 play with music.
Tom Holland's new adaptation of his own translation of Herodotus' Histories.
Toby Stephens stars in one of the classic French plays of the 20th century.
An adaptation of Patrick White's provocative and mysterious novel about sexual identity.
Billy Pilgrim is 'unstuck in time' in Kurt Vonnegut's iconic non-linear anti-war story.
Toby Jones stars in Christopher Marlowe's portrait of the irresponsible king.
A selection of Alfred Lord Tennyson's sea-narratives.
A play depicting a summer's day at the house of 18th-century naturalist Rev Gilbert White.
An adaptation of Tennyson's The Idylls of the King narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith.
A Liverpool Playhouse production of Roger McGough's version of Moliere's comedy.
An adaptation of the Traverse Theatre's production of Zinnie Harris' play.
A play drawing on the writings of reclusive artist Henry Darger, imagining his inner life.
Glyn Maxwell's adaptation of Dostoevsky's drama about his experiences as a young man.
A play by Richard Nelson, focusing on George VI's visit to the United States in 1939.
A contemporary drama about the insidious presence of noise in our lives.
A chance to hear Shakespeare's play and Mendelssohn's complete incidental music for it.
An ordinary young Indian boy is chosen to become a religious figurehead. But can he cope?
The murky world of Tudor politics, religion and sex revealed in Shakespeare's play.
Alan Ayckbourn's award-winning 1987 play about a family's descent into corruption.
Gogol's satire on corruption and sleaze starring Toby Jones and Paul Ritter.
A portrait of the lives of poet RS Thomas and his wife artist Elsi Eldridge.
Two productions by Irish playwright JM Synge: The Tinker's Wedding and Riders to the Sea.