The story of an astronomer who feels a closer connection to the infinite, starry sky than to his job or his wife, Anne. Though he doesn't believe in fate, a chance meeting with a single mother forces him to reevaluate his life, his faith, and his place in the universe itself.
Returning to the main stage in 2019, in a world where future happiness depends on a single, inescapable blood test – which dictates everything from credit rating to dating prospects - how far will people go to beat the system and let nature take its course?
This world premiere stage production imagines a whole life that is based on Paul Muldoon’s writing and it goes beyond that too. It’s a story full of love, full of heartache, full of sadness, and with bitingly funny humour too.
Two days in the lives of a group of American real estate agents who are battling it out to sell undesirable land by any means necessary.
Inspired by several Greek tragedies, this play follows an American family in New England.
The dramatic story of a love triangle gone wrong.
Pakistani chip-shop owner George Khan – ‘Genghis’ to his kids – is determined to give his children a strict Muslim upbringing against the unforgiving backdrop of 1970s Salford.
Three One Act Plays written between 1913 and 1918.
Rural Irish drama about two farmer neighbours struggling with inheritance squabbles and unrequited love.
This tale of northern life in 1960s Britain captures a country on the edge of seismic change.
Politics and tensions of daily office life are tackled with searing wit and humanity in this hilarious and heart-breaking story of friendship, unrequited love and business.
Set in Ireland before partition, Mixed Marriage is a poetic tragedy – leavened with earthy humour – which dissects class and religious sectarianism through the breakdown of one ordinary family.
The film tells the story of estranged father, Eamonn, and his son, Sean, who meet up after 15 years in a cafe in London.
An edge-of-tomorrow science fiction drama following a neuroscientist who triggers a new consciousness into being.
Broadcaster BBC 4 Radio