Willy Loman is on his last legs. Failing at his job, dismayed at his the failure of his sons, Biff and Happy, to live up to his expectations, and tortured by his jealousy at the success and happiness of his neighbour Charley and his son Bernard, Willy spirals into a well of regret, reminiscence, and a scathing indictment of the ultimate failure...
A story of a black girl called Sephy and a white boy called Callum and their friendship in a world that's divided by the colour of skin and how their feelings for each other grow as they grow older and grow up.
Bassanio, a noble but impoverished Venetian, asks his friend the merchant Antonio for a loan to impress an heiress. Antonio agrees, but is forced to borrow the sum from a cynical Jewish moneylender, Shylock, who forces him into a chilling contract, which stipulates he must honour the debt with a pound of his own flesh.
Two plays by award-winning playwright Marie Jones: the smash hit Stones in His Pockets, which ran for four years in London's West End; and an earlier monologue, A Night in November, exploring the subjects of football and sectarianism, set during the 1994 World Cup.
A penetrating play about belonging, family and the limitations of communication, Tribes is an exciting follow-up to Raine's successful debut, Rabbit, and follows such hits as Enron and Jerusalem into the Royal Court Theatre.
Leaving the Ladies is based on an actual event which took place on 11 December 1917 in the bathroom beside the Round Room in the Mansion House, Dublin. This was no chance meeting of a group of ladies in the lavatory; instead it was an organised and minuted meeting of Women Delegates to the All Ireland Conference.