Knocked-up and seriously broke, a successful publicist is plunged into a topsy-turvy world of welfare mothers and drug addicts, and forced to confront the family she left behind.
Jane and Julia are two married women who feel their lives are passing them by. But when an old lover reappears from their carefree younger days, their bland domesticity is thrown into hilarious disarray.
Having inherited her father's farm, a spirited and feisty young woman, Bathsheba, finds herself playing mistress in a man's world. Thomas Hardy's iconic story explores the conflicts and complications of victorian pastoral society.
The epic sweep of Turgenev’s 19th century literary masterpiece is brought to the stage by one of Ireland’s greatest modern dramatists. Fathers and Sons captures the ongoing clash of generations and philosophies.
Veering away from his usual politically-influenced dramas, James Graham’s Finding Neverland is the story of how J. M. Barrie found his inspiration for the much-loved tale of Peter Pan.
When James Matthew Barrie meets a beautiful widow and her four children, he discovers what it takes to produce a play unlike any other seen at the time. Praising the power of the imagination, Finding Neverland emphasises the importance of giving voice to children on stage.
This cycle of mélodies was composed in 1912 while Delage was visiting India. It was written for a soprano and chamber ensemble of two flutes, oboe, two clarinets, harp, and string quartet.
High above the bustle of the city, five strangers find solace on the Brooklyn Bridge, suspended between who they were and what they might become.
One evening, ten-year old Rhona goes missing. As her mother retreats into a state of frozen hope, a psychologist studies the brain of a serial killer to find out if what he does is pure evil, or simply beyond his control.