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Adam & Eve by Tim Cook

Our latest title Adam & Eve by Tim Cook is available to purchase now.

A modern day Genesis story. 

Newlyweds Adam & Eve are moving to the countryside, leaving the city behind for good. They’re going to buy a house, start a family and live happily ever after. But when Adam is suspended from work and accusations are made, they’re forced to question how well they really know each other.

Adam & Eve is a startling new play about trust, feminism and the nature of accusations from award-winning Royal Court Young Writer Tim Cook. It comes to The Hope Theatre after a critically acclaimed run last year.





Guesthouse by Nicola Werenowska presented by Eastern Angles

Having published Tu I Teraz and Hidden, Playdead Press are proud to be publishing Guesthouse by Nicola Werenowska. Guesthouse is going on a 60 date tour of the East of England with Eastern Angles and a copy of the text can be purchased from our store.

Guesthouse by Nicola Werenowska

Tensions are high in Clacton-on-Sea. Guesthouse owner Val has been taken ill and both her estranged daughter Lisa and ambitious grand-daughter Chloe have arrived to lend a hand. Chloe is close to Val, having spent most of her childhood raised by her grandmother. But Lisa and her mother are not on best terms. In this poignant and beautifully observed drama, three generations of women have to set aside differences as they decide the fate of their family-run B & B.

Guesthouse asks what's it like when the town you were proud to grow up in becomes impoverished? What does it take to keep going? And what does it take to face the truth?





Growing Pains tours the UK

Growing Pains by award-winning spoken-word artist and Slam Poetry Champ 2015, Tom Gill recently completed a successful tour of the UK. This unflinching drama blending new writing, spoken word and original songs can be purchased now via our store.

Growing Pains
Carrying the weight of the world in his sports bag, a working-class lad trades his
council estate for a one-way ticket out of Salford. Tom Gill’s genre-busting drama
goes on a poetic journey from heartache to redemption, against a backdrop
of broke lads and sh*t dads.


★★★★★
"Tom’s script is meticulously moulded. He has mastered the art of rhyme with delirious dexterity” Broadway Baby

★★★★★
"As fresh and original as they come... phenomenal" Reviews Hub 

★★★★★
"Genuine and raw. A must see!" Theatre Smart

★★★★
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Carry On Jaywick
by Dan Murphy

Carry on Jaywick is a new verbatim play about Jaywick, the seaside gem of the Essex coast which has fallen on hard times but lives to tell the tale.made up entirely of the words of real people, carry on Jaywick is a story of hope amongst the hopeless, laughter in the darkest times, and what it means to fight for where you're from.

Set in village halls and dance classes, during family rows and moments of inspiration, this heartwarming and hilarious 'reality play' will show you a slice of English life which has been forgotten by the mainstream media.

Performed with actors wearing headphones on stage listen to recorded interviews with Jaywick residents. They repeat back what they hear to the audience.

Carry on Jaywick is about home, identity, and not letting life grind you down.






Good Girl opens in the West End with Star Studded Press Night

Good Girl by Naomi Sheldon opened in the West End last night with a star studded audience including Hayley Attwell and Emma Thompson.








Press Night photos by Dan Wooller for Whatsonstage. Production photos by Felicity Crawshaw.

Good Girl Transfers To The West End

Naomi Sheldon’s award-winning debut play Good Girl transfers to Trafalgar Studios 2 from 5th to 31st March. Press night will be held on Tuesday 6th March at 7.00pm.

A bold, provocative and darkly comic coming-of-age tale that interrogates the experience of a young girl growing up in the 90s, Good Girl is a timely and distinctive piece that offers a vital new perspective to current dialogue about female experience. Sheldon’s unusually inclusive and charming form of storytelling allows her to candidly explore sex, masturbation and mental health, evoking the most wonderful and terrifying moments of growing up.

The opening week at Trafalgar Studios coincides with both International Women’s Day on Thursday 8th March and the Women Of The World Festival at Southbank Centre from 7th to 11th March, where Naomi Sheldon will participate in a panel discussion and perform excerpts from the show. This timely production has been praised by Academy Award winner Emma Thompson who described the show as “Cutting edge truth and hilarity from one of the freshest young voices this century. Don’t miss Naomi Sheldon’s Good Girl.”

Winner of Voice’s Pick of the Fringe Award, Good Girl is a semi-autobiographical story that examines the dangers of defining ourselves by the opinions of others, delving into the conflict between the need to please and the frenzied faux feminist rebellion of 90s ‘girl power’. GG’s story brings together the gossipy teenage troubles of ‘Clarissa Explains It All’ and the pervasive disorientation of ‘The Bell Jar’ to create a piece that is at once dark, humorous and hopeful.