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ABOVE ME THE WIDE BLUE SKY - Young Vic Theatre. Multimedia presentation. Spring 2013

THE ABSENCE OF WOMEN - Tricycle Theatre. Memories and regrets of a pair of Irishmen. Autumn 2011
ABSOLUTE HELL - Lyttelton Theatre. Denizens of a 1940s Soho drinking club.. Spring 2018
ABSOLUTELY (PERHAPS) - Wyndhams Theatre. Franco Zeffirelli directed Joan Plowright in Pirandello. Spring-Summer 2003
ACCOLADE - Finborough Theatre. Emlyn Williams drama: successful writer faces scandal.  February 2011
ACCOLADE - St James Theatre. Emlyn Williams drama of a writer leading a double life. November-December 2014
THE ACCUSED - Haymarket Theatre. Jeffrey Archer starred in his own courtroom play, while awaiting a real life trial. Winter 2000-2001
ADLER AND GIBB - Royal Court Theatre. Exploring and exploiting an artist's life. Summer 2014
ADMISSIONS - Trafalgar Studio 1. Race and privilege in university applications. Spring 2019
adrenalin . . . heart - Bush Theatre. Georgia Fitch's boy-meets-girl drama.March 2004
ADULT SUPERVISION - Park Theatre. Trying to be advanced and politically correct on the subject of race. Autumn 2013
AFTER ELECTRA - Tricycle Theatre. Comic and dramatic reactions to a planned suicide. Spring 2015
AFTERLIFE - Lyttelton Theatre. Michael Frayn play about Max Reinhardt. Spring-Summer 2008
AFTERMATH - Old Vic Tunnels. Testimony of Iraqis displaced by war. Summer 2010
AFTERPLAY - Gielgud Theatre. John Hurt and Penelope Wilton in new Brian Friel sequel to Chekhov. Autumn 2002
AFTER MRS ROCHESTER - Duke of York's Theatre. Play about Jean Rhys and her sequel to Wuthering Heights. Summer-autumn 2003
AFTER THE DANCE - Lyttelton Theatre. Terrance Rattigan looks at the 1920s generation in the 1930s. Spring-Summer 2010
AGAINST - Almeida Theatre. Billionaire tries to change the world.  Autumn 2017
AGES OF THE MOON - Vaults. Sam Shepard play of old friends' memories. Autumn 2019
AGNES COLANDER - Jermyn Street Theatre. Woman artist and feminist . Spring 2019
ALBERT SPEER - Lyttelton Theatre. Alex Jennings in David Edgar's new play about Hitler's Number Two. Spring 2000
ALBION - Bush Theatre. Play-with-music about racists entering mainstream politics. Autumn 2014
ALBION - Almeida Theatre. Portrait of obsessed woman and metaphor for English sentimentality. Autumn 2017; Spring 2020
THE ALIENS - Bush Theatre. Guys spend a summer just hanging out. Autumn 2010
ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER - Old Vic Theatre. Stage version of Pedro Almodovar film. Autumn 2007
ALL MY SONS - Lyttelton Theatre. Return of NT's Arthur Miller revival.Summer-Autumn 2001
ALL MY SONS - Apollo Theatre. Early Arthur Miller play about war profiteer. Summer 2010
ALL MY SONS - Old Vic Theatre. Arthur Miller on responsibility. Spring 2019

ALL OUR CHILDREN - Jermyn Street Theatre. Nazi plans for the imperfect. Spring 2017
ALL THAT FALL - Jermyn Street, then Arts Theatre. Beckett radio play on stage. Autumn 2012
ALLELUJAH! - Bridge Theatre. Alan Bennett play set in a geriatric ward. Summer 2018
ALPHA BETA - Finborough Theatre. Dissection of an unhappy marriage. Summer 2015
ALYS, ALWAYS - Bridge Theatre. Accident leads to changes in a woman's personal and professional life. January-March 2019
AMADEUS - Olivier Theatre. Peter Shaffer drama of the one contemporary able to appreciate (and resent) Mozart's genius. 2016-2017 and 2018

AMAJUBA - Criterion Theatre. South African hit about growing up under apartheid. Spring 2005
THE AMEN CORNER - Olivier Theatre. James Baldwin drama set in a Harlem church. 2013
AMERICAN BUFFALO - Wyndham's Theatre. David Mamet comedy-drama about small-time crooks. Spring 2015
THE AMERICAN CLOCK - Old Vic Theatre. Arthuer Miller on the Great Depression. January-March 2019
THE AMERICAN PLAN - St James Theatre. Doomed romance set in the 1960s. Summer 2013
AMERICAN TRADE - Hampstead Theatre. RSC in play about American hustler in London. .June 2011
AMYGDALA - The Print Room. Solving a mystery by unlocking a repressed memory. Autumn 2013
AMY'S VIEW - Garrick Theatre. Peter Hall directs Felicity Kendall in David Hare's play about an actress's family. Winter 2006-2007
ANATOMY OF A SUICIDE -  Royal Court Theatre. Three women's lives with depression. Spring 2017
ANDERSEN'S ENGLISH - Hampstead Theatre. Hans Christian Andersen visits Charles Dickens. Spring 2010
AND I AND SILENCE - Finborough Theatre. Drama of ex-prisoners trying to make it. Spring 2011
AND THEN THERE WERE NONE - Gielgud Theatre Agatha Christie classic whodunit. Winter 2005-2006.
ANGELS IN AMERICA - Lyric Hammersmith Theatre. Tony Kushner's 2-part dissection of America in the 1980s. Summer 2007
THE ANGRY BRIGADE - Bush Theatre. Police v. terrorists, seen from both sides. Spring 2015
ANNA CHRISTIE - Donmar Theatre. Ruth Wilson and Jude Law in Eugene O'Neill. Summer-Autumn 2011
ANOTHER COUNTRY - Arts Theatre. Revival of Julian Mitchell's 1981 play about schoolboys on their way to becoming traitors. January 2001
ANOTHER COUNTRY - Trafalgar Studios. How public schools in the 1930s produced traitors in the 1950s. Spring 2014
ANTARCTICA - Savoy Theatre. Explorers trying to keep a stiff upper lip in the icy wastes of the South Pole. Autumn 2001
ANTHROPOLOGY - Hampstead Theatre.  Creating as virtual person Autumn 2023
ANTIGONE - Olivier Theatre. Sophocles on civil disobedience. Spring-Summer 2012
ANTIGONE - Barbican Theatre. Juliette Binoche in Sophocles. Spring 2015
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA - Barbican Theatre. Alan Bates and Frances de la Tour star in this Royal Shakespeare Company production.Winter 1999-2000
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA - Haymarket Theatre. RSC transfer from Stratford. September 2002.
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA - Novello Theatre. RSC from Stratford, with Patrick Stewart and Harriet Walter. January-February 2007
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA - Roundhouse. Part of RSC repertory season. Winter 2010-2011
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company season of Roman plays. Winter 2017-2018.
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA - Olivier Theatre. Shakespeare, with Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo. 2018-2019

APOLOGIA - Bush Theatre. A 60s activist must defend her life choices to her grown sons. Summer 2009
APOLOGIA - Trafalgar Studios. Did 1960s activist neglect her family while saving the world? Autumn 2017
APPROACHING EMPTY - Kiln Theatre. Drama in minicab office. January 2019
APPROPRIATE - Donmar Warehouse Theatre. Family secrets and resentments uncovered while clearing a house. Autumn 2019
THE ARCHITECT - Greenwich and Docklands International Festival. Immersive drama, set partly on a moving bus, about black Londoners.  Autumn 2023

ARISTOCRATS - Lyttelton Theatre. Brian Friel revival. Summer-autumn 2005
ARISTOCRATS - Donmar Warehouse Theatre. Brian Friel portrait of decayed Irish family.. Summer 2018
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS - St James Theatre. Staging of the Jules Verne novel. Winter 2015-2016
THE ARREST OF AI WEIWEI - Hampstead Theatre. Political arrest of Chinese artist. Spring 2013

THE ARRIVAL - Bush Theatre. Adoptee's attempt to reconnect with birth family. Winter 2019-2020
THE ARSONISTS - Royal Court Theatre. Max Frisch parable of good's impotence in the face of evil. Autumn 2007
ART - Whitehall Theatre. Relationships falter when a man buys a painting a friend hates, in Yasmina Reza's long-running play. Closed January 2003
ART - Old Vic Theatre. Friendships of three men threatened when one buys a painting. Winter 2016-2017
ARTEFACTS - Bush Theatre. English girl meets her Iraqi father and stepfamily. Spring 2008
AS YOU DESIRE ME - Playhouse Theatre. Kristin Scott Thomas in Pirandello. Autumn 2005-January 2006
ASSATA TAUGHT ME - Gate Theatre. African-American exile's view of America. Spring 2017
ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE - Lyttelton Theatre. Martin Crimp prose poem. Spring 2007.
THE AUDIENCE - Gielgud Theatre. Helen Mirren as the Queen meeting with a string of Prime Ministers. Spring 2013 
THE AUDIENCE - Apollo Theatre. Return of play about the Queen's sessions with Prime Ministers, now with Kristin Scott Thomas. Summer 2015.
AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY - Lyttelton Theatre. Multi-Tony-winning comedy-drama of family reunion. Winter 2008-2009
AUTUMN & WINTER - Orange Tree Theatre.  Swedish play about unhappy family. Spring 2011
THE AUTUMN GARDEN - Jermyn Street Theatre. Lillian Hellman drama. Autumn 2016
AWAKE AND SING - Almeida Theatre. Clifford Odets Depression-era drama. Autumn 2007 
B - Royal Court Theatre. Chilean drama of would-be terrorists. Autumn 2017
BABY DOLL - Albery Theatre. Birmingham Rep's stage version of the Tennessee Williams filmscript transfers after season at the National. Winter 1999-2000
BABY REINDEER - Bush and Ambassadors Theatre. Monologue about being stalked. Bush Autumn 2019; Ambassadors Spring 2020
BACCHAI - Olivier Theatre. Peter Hall directs Euripides, using masks and classical styles. Summer 2002.
BACK TO METHUSELAH - The Pit. Royal Shakespeare Company does Shaw's rarely-produced marathon look at all of human history and future.Winter 2000-2001
BAD JEWS - St James, Arts and Haymarket Theatres. Comedy-drama of family fight over inheritance. 2015-2016
BAD ROADS - Royal Court Theatre. Women in wartime. Autumn-Winter 2017
BAKERSFIELD MIST - Duchess Theatre. Is a thrift store painting worth millions? Spring-Summer 2014
BALLYTURK - Lyttelton Theatre. Enda Walsh drama of two men in an empty room. Autumn 2014
BANG BANG BANG - Royal Court Theatre. War crime investigators in Africa. Autumn 2011
BATTLE ROYAL - Lyttelton Theatre. Nick Stafford's play about the unhappy marriage of George IV.Winter 1999-2000
THE BAY AT NICE - Menier Chocolate Factory. David Hare play on art, love and how to live one's life. Spring 2019
BEACHED - Soho Theatre. Obese lad finds love. Autumn 2014
THE BEARD - Old Red Lion Theatre. Michael McClure's fantasia on sex, power and American icons. Summer 2006
THE B*EASTS - Bush Theatre. Aftermath of a child's sexualisation. February 2018
BEASTS AND BEAUTIES - Hampstead Theatre. Fairy tales retold. December 2010
BEATS - Soho Theatre. Town tries to outlaw raves. Autumn 2013
THE BEAU - Haymarket Theatre. Peter Bowles as Beau Brummel .Spring 2001
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - Italy's Teatro Kismet performs the family classic in English. Spring 2002, then tour. 
THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE - Young Vic Theatre. Irish spinster and her mother. Summer 2010; Summer 2011

BECKET - Haymarket Theatre. Anouilh on the saint-to-be. Autumn 2004
BECKY SHAW - Almeida Theatre. Needy friend's effect on a family. January-March 2011
BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS - Olivier Theatre. David Hare adapts Katherine Boo book on India. Winter 2014-2015
BEHUD - Soho Theatre. Playwright's view of how her previous play offended a community. Spring 2010

BELIEVE WHAT YOU WILL - Trafalgar Studios. RSC in play by Philip Massinger. January 2006
THE BELIEVERS - Tricycle Theatre. Tragedy shakes religious faith. Spring 2014
THE BELIEVERS ARE BUT BROTHERS - Bush Theatre. Dangers on the internet. February 2018
BELLEVILLE - Donmar Theatre. Secrets and lies of troubled American couple in Paris Winter 2017-2018
BELONG - Royal Court Theatre. British politician in Nigeria. Spring 2012

BELONGINGS - Trafalgar Studio 2. Female soldier's experience in war and at home. Summer 2011
BELOVED - Bush Theatre. Palestinian view of the Abraham-Isaac story. Spring 2012
BE NEAR ME - Donmar Warehouse. Stage adaptation of novel about a priest in Scotland. February-March 2009
BENEFACTORS - Albery Theatre. Revival of Michael Frayn's 1984 play about the chipping away of an architect's liberal ideals. Summer 2002.
BENT - Trafalgar Studios. Martin Sherman's drama of gay men in Nazi Germany. Autumn 2006
BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO - Donmar Warehouse.  Making of a horror film. January-March 2019
BERENICE - Donmar Warehouse. Racine tragedy of love and honour. Autumn 2012
BERLIN HANOVER EXPRESS - Hampstead Theatre. Irish diplomats in Nazi Germany. Spring 2009 
BEST OF ENEMIES - Young Vic Theatre. Drama of televised political debates. January 2022
THE BEST OF FRIENDS - Hampstead Theatre. The correspondence of Shaw, a museum curator and a nun .Spring 2006
BETRAYAL - Duchess Theatre. Peter Hall's new production of Pinter's adultery play. Winter 2003-2004

BETRAYAL - Donmar Theatre. Pinter's reverse-order account of infidelity. Summer 2007
BETRAYAL - Comedy Theatre. Pinter's romantic triangle story told backwards. Summer2011
BEYOND THE HORIZON - Cottesloe Theatre. Early Eugene O'Neill drama about doomed brothers. Spring-Summer 2010
BIG WHITE FOG - Almeida Theatre. Drama of black family in 1920s Chicago. Spring 2007
BILLY BISHOP GOES TO WAR - Jermyn Street Theatre. WW1 drama. Autumn 2018
BINGO- Young Vic Theatre. Edward Bond on the last days of Shakespeare; Patrick Stewart starred. Spring 2012
BIRDLAND - Royal Court Theatre. Pampered rock star loses touch with reality. Spring 2014
BIRDSONG - Comedy Theatre. Staging of WW1 novel. Winter 2010-2011
THE BIRTHDAY PARTY - Duchess Theatre. Revival of early Harold Pinter play Spring 2005.
THE BIRTHDAY PARTY - Lyric Hammersmith. 50th anniversary production of Pinter's first London play. Spring 2008
THE BIRTHDAY PARTY - Pinter Theatre. Early Pinter they're-out-to-get-you drama. Winter-Spring 2018
THE BLACK ALBUM - Cottesloe Theatre. Asian student in London in 1989. Summer-Autumn 2009
BLACK MEN WALKING - Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. Countryside trek takes on symbolic meanings Spring 2018
BLACKBIRD - Albery Theatre. Man accosted by woman he seduced as a teenager Winter-Spring 2006
[BLANK] - Donmar Warehouse. Women in the criminal fringe of society Autumn 2019
BLASTED - Lyric Hammersmith. Sarah Kane play connects casual violence and wartime atrocities. Autumn 2010
BLIND DATE and 27 WAGONS FULL OF COTTON - Riverside Studios. Short plays by Horton Foote and Tennessee Williams. Autumn 2011
THE BLINDING LIGHT - Jermyn Street Theatre. Howard Brenton play about Strindberg. Autumn 2017
BLUE/ORANGE - Cottesloe Theatre. Joe Penhall play: mental patient and the doctors who fight over him. Spring 2000 at NT; Duchess Theatre until December 2001
THE BLUE ROOM - Haymarket Theatre. From Chichester, David Hare's version of Schnitzler's La Ronde. Autumn 2000
BLOOD - Royal Court Theatre. Drama of Oedipal confusion in the wake of Chilean politics. Autumn 2003.
BLOOD AND GIFTS - Lyttelton Theatre. Drama of US involvement in Russia-Afghanistan war. Autumn 2010
BLOOD KNOT - Orange Tree Theatre. Apartheid affects two South African brothers. Spring 2019

BLOOD WEDDING - Almeida Theatre. Garcia Lorca drama. Spring 2005
BLOOD WEDDING - Young Vic Theatre. Lorca tragedy of passion and fate. Autumn 2019
BLOODY POETRY - Jermyn Street Theatre. Howard Brenton on Byron and Shelley. February 2012
BODIES - Royal Court Theatre. Woman's desperate need for a child. Summer2017
THE BODY OF AN AMERICAN - Gate Theatre. War photographer's story. January-February 2014
THE BOMB - Tricycle Theatre. Two evenings of short plays on the subject of nuclear weapons. Spring 2012
BOMBER'S MOON - Trafalgar Studios. World War Two veteran and his young carer. Spring 2015
BONES - Bush Theatre. Drama of the ongoing tragic legacy of apartheid. Autumn 2006
BOTTICELLI IN THE FIRE - Hampstead Theatre. Imagined life and loves of the Renaissance painter.  Autumn 2019
BOY - Almeida Theatre. Day in the dead-end life of a London teenager. Spring 2016
THE BOYS IN THE BAND - Vaudeville Theatre. Pioneering gay drama. February 2017
BOYS WILL BE BOYS - Bush Hall. Women trying to succeed in a man's world. Summer 2016
BRACKEN MOOR - Tricycle Theatre. Alexi Kaye Campbell play about coal mines, marriage and ghosts. Summer 2013
BRAND - Haymarket Theatre. Ralph Fiennes stars in the epic early Ibsen for the RSC. Spring-summer 2003
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S - Haymarket Theatre. Stage version of Capote book. Winter 2009-2010
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S - Haymarket Theatre. New stage version of Truman Capote tale of irresistable woman  Summer 2016
THE BREATH OF LIFE - Haymarket Theatre. Judi Dench and Maggie Smith in David Hare play. Winter 2002-2003.
BREATHING IRREGULAR - Gate Theatre. Dance-drama built on 999 calls. January-February 2010

BRIDGES AND HARMONIES - Bridewell Theatre. New play by Oren Lavie looks at two love affairs. Autumn 2000.
BRIEF ENCOUNTER - Lyric Theatre. Noel Coward's classic weepy, with Jenny Seagrove & Christopher Cazenove..Autumn 2000.
BRIEF ENCOUNTER - Haymarket Cinema. Kneehigh Theatre reinvent Noel Coward's classic weepy.2008 
BRIEF ENCOUNTER - Empire Cinema Haymarket. Revival of Kneehigh Theatre's re-imagining of classic film. 2018
BRING UP THE BODIES - Aldwych Theatre. RSC in staging of novel about Henry VIII. Performed in rep with Wolf Hall. Summer-Autumn 2014
THE BRINK - Orange Tree Theatre. Teacher uncovers dangerous secrets in school. Spring 2016
BROKEN GLASS - Tricycle and VaudevilleTheatres. Arthur Miller drama of Jews in 1930s New York.  Tricycle Autumn 2010; Vaudeville Autumn-Winter 2011
BROKEN VOICES - Tristan Bates Theatre. Eight short plays from around the world on the theme of democracy. Spring 2005
BRONTE - Tricycle Theatre. Shared Experience stages the lives of the novelist sisters. Spring 2011
THE BROTHERS SIZE - Young Vic Theatre. Drama of two brothers in small-town Louisiana. Autumn 2007
THE BROWNING VERSION and SOUTH DOWNS - Harold Pinter Theatre. Double bill of plays by Terrence Rattigan and David Hare. 2012
BURIED CHILD - Lyttelton Theatre. Sam Shepard's metaphor for the American tragedy. Autumn 2004
BURIED CHILD - Trafalgar Studios. Sam Shepard drama of decaying family. Winter 2016-2017
BURN/CHATROOM/CITIZENSHIP - Cottesloe Theatre. Three plays about teenagers, performed in rotating pairs. Spring 2006
BURNING ISSUES - Hampstead. What does publisher do when prize author turns out to be a racist? Spring 2000
BURNT BY THE SUN - Lyttelton Theatre. Drama set in the USSR of Stalin's purges. Winter-Spring 2009
BUT IT STILL GOES ON - Finborough Theatre. 'Lost' play by Robert Graves about social breakdown after WW1. Summer 2018
BUTLEY - Duchess Theatre. Simon Gray play of failed academic Summer 2011
BY THE BOG OF CATS - Wyndham's Theatre. Holly Hunter in Irish version of Medea. Winter 2004-2005
CALICO - Duke of York's Theatre. Michael Hastings play set in the home of James Joyce. Winter-Spring 2004
CAMILLE - Lyric Hammersmith. Neil Bartlett's adaptation of Dumas. Spring 2003
CAMP SEIGFRIED - Old Vic Theatre. Nazi activity in 1930s America.  Autumn 2021
CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS? - Lyttelton Theatre. Physical theatre company DV8 addresses censorship and self-censorship. Spring 2012
CANARY - Hampstead Theatre. Gay life in Britain since the 1950s. Spring 2010  

CANCELLING SOCRATES - Jermyn Street Theatre. Last days of the Philosopher. June 2022

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THE CANE - Royal Court Theatre. Mark Ravenhill play about the failure of British schools. Winter 2018-2019
THE CANTERBURY TALES - Gielgud Theatre. RSC staging of Chaucer comes from Stratford in two evenings. Autumn 2006
CAPTAIN AMAZING - Soho Theatre. Man takes refuge in fantasies of being a superhero. Spring 2014, Summer 2024
CAPTAIN CORELLI'S MANDOLIN - Harold Pinter Theatre. Staging of the wartime romance novel. Summer 2019

THE CARETAKER - Comedy Theatre. Michael Gambon stars in 40th anniversary revival of Harold Pinter's classic. Winter 2000-2001.
THE CARETAKER - Tricycle Theatre. From Sheffield, a revival of Pinter's brothers and a tramp. Spring 2007
THE CARETAKER - Trafalgar Studios. Jonathan Pryce in Pinter. Winter-Spring 2010
THE CARETAKER - Old Vic Theatre. Timothy Spall in Pinter classic about two brothers and a tramp. Spring 2016
CARMEN DISRUPTION - Almeida Theatre. Ruminations on loneliness and isolation inspired by Bizet's opera. Spring 2015
CARRIE'S WAR - Apollo Theatre. Evacuated children in World War II. Summer 2009
CARTHAGE - Finborough Theatre. Events surrounding a boy's death in prison. February  2014
CASA VALENTINA - Southwark Playhouse. Harvey Fierstein play about straight transvestites in the 1960s.  Autumn 2015
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF - Lyric Theatre. Brendan Fraser, Frances O'Connor led all-star cast in Tennessee Williams. Winter 2001-2002.

CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF - Novello Theatre. James Earl Jones led an  all-black American cast. 2009-2010
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF - Apollo Theatre. Tennessee Williams. Summer 2017
CAUSE CÉLÈBRE - Old Vic Theatre. Terrence Rattigan on a crime of passion. Spring 2011
A CAVALIER FOR MILADY - Cock Tavern Theatre. Premiere of late Tennessee Williams play. April 2011
CELL MATES - Hampstead Theatre. Simon Gray drama of betrayals among spies. Winter 2017-2018
CHAINS - Orange Tree Theatre. 1909 play about the temptation to quit your job and run away. Autumn 2007
THE CHALK GARDEN - Donmar Theatre. Edith Bagnold drama about the value and limits of love. Summer 2008
THE CHANGELING - Barbican Theatre. Cheek by Jowl begin their residency at the Barbican with this Jacobean drama Summer 2006
CHARIOTS OF FIRE - Hampstead and Gielgud Theatres. Stage version of film about Olympic runners. Hampstead 2012, Gielgud 2012-2013

THE CHERRY ORCHARD - English Touring Theatre in Chekhov, featuring Prunella Scales and Frank Middlemass. Toured Spring 2000.
THE CHERRY ORCHARD - OlivierTheatre. Corin and Vanessa Redgrave, directed by Trevor Nunn at the NT. Winter 2000-2001
THE CHERRY ORCHARD - Old Vic Theatre. Chekhov, in rep with Shakespeare's Winter's Tale. Spring-Summer 2009
THE CHERRY ORCHARD - Olivier Theatre. Chekhov classic. Summer 2011
THE CHERRY ORCHARD - Young Vic. Katie Mitchell directed Chekhov.  Autumn 2014
THE CHERRY ORCHARD - Union Theatre. Rewriting of Chekhov's play sets it in the middle of the Russian Revolution  Spring 2018
CHIAROSCURO - Bush Theatre. Experiences of women of colour.  Autumn 2019
CHICKEN - Trafalgar Studio 2. New Yorkers hope to get rich through a cockfight. Summer 2012
CHICKEN SOUP WITH BARLEY - Tricycle Theatre. Arnold Wesker's look at London Jewish family. Autumn 2005
CHICKEN SOUP WITH BARLEY - Royal Court Theatre. Arnold Wesker saga of London socialist family. 2011

CHILD OF THE FOREST - Finborough TheatrePolish woman finds a Jewish baby abandoned during World War II. March 2000
THE CHILDREN - Royal Court Theatre. Lucy Kirkwood on an older generation's debt to the future. Winter 2016-2017
CHILDREN OF THE SUN - Lyttelton Theatre. Gorky drama of bourgoisie blind to changes around them. 2013
CHILDREN'S CHILDREN - Almeida Theatre. Bad things happen to some bad people, good things to others. Summer 2012
THE CHILDREN'S HOUR - Comedy Theatre. Lillian Hellman play about the fallout from a child's lie. Spring 2011
CHIMERA - Gate Theatre. Medical anomaly leads to identity crisis. December 2014
CHIMERICA  - Almeida, then Pinter Theatre  China, America and the ethics of journalism. Almeida Summer, Pinter Autumn 2013
CHOIR BOY - Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. Power plays in a boys' school. Autumn 2012
THE CHRIST OF COLDHARBOUR LANE - Soho Theatre. Misadventures of a street preacher. June 2007
A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Arts Theatre. Simon Callow tells the Dickens tale. Winter 2011-2012; winter 2018-2019
A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Old Vic Theatre. New version of Dickens for the holidays. Winter 2017-2018; 2018-2019, 2019-2020,2021-2022, 2022-2023
CHRISTMAS IS MILES AWAY - Bush Theatre. Teenage buddies grow up and grow apart. Spring 2006
CIPHERS - Bush Theatre. LeCarre-style spy story and morality tale. January-February  2014
THE CITY - Royal Court Theatre. Martin Crimp play about couple whose world is not very solid. Spring 2008
CITY OF GLASS - Lyric Hammersmith. Paul Auster's novel adapted for the stage. Spring 2017
CLEANSED - Dorfman Theatre. Sarah Kane drama. Spring 2016
CLOACA - Old Vic Theatre. Dutch play about old friends reunited. Autumn 2004
CLOSER - Donmar Warehouse Theatre. Patrick Marber play of bed-hopping that passes for love. Winter-Spring 2015
CLOUDSTREET - Olivier Theatre. Australian epic (5 hours, with dinner break) about two families in limited run at the National. Autumn 2001
THE COAST OF UTOPIA - Olivier Theatre. Trilogy of new plays by Tom Stoppard about 19th century Russia at the NT 2002
COCK - Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. Gay guy meets the girl of his dreams. Autumn 2009
THE COCKTAIL PARTY - Print Room. T S Eliot on living the life you're fated. Autumn 2015
THE COLBY SISTERS OF PITTSBURGH PENNSYLVANIA - Tricycle Theatre. Rich and beautiful women face tragedy. Summer 2014
COLLABORATION - Duchess Theatre. Tricycle Theatre Ronald Harwood WW2 drama, in rep with his Taking Sides. Summer 2009
COLLABORATORS - Cottesloe and Olivier Theatres. Imagined partnership of Stalin and a playwright. 2011-2012 

COLLECTED STORIES - Haymarket. Helen Mirren in Howard Margulies play about a writer coping with her young protegee's success. Autumn 1999.

COMEDIANS - Lyric Hammersmith . Trevor Griffiths' 1975 play about aspiring comics. Autumn 2009
COMMON - Olivier Theatre. Revenge story set in dying agricultural community. 2017
THE COMPANY MAN - Orange Tree Theatre. Torben Betts play of unhappy family. Autumn 2010
COMPLICIT - Old Vic Theatre. Richard Dreyfuss as American reporter refusing to name sources. January-February 2009      
THE CONFESSIONS - Lyttelton Theatre.A woman's long lifetime. Autumn 2023
CONSENT - Harold Pinter Theatre. Court case exposes rifts in the privare lives of the lawyers. Spring-Summer 2018
THE CONSPIRATORS - Orange Tree Theatre. Vaclav Havel political satire. Autumn 2011
CONSTELLATIONS - Royal Court, Duke of York's, Trafalgar. The course of a romance in alternate realities. Royal Court January 2012, Duke's Autumn-Winter 2012; Trafalgar Summer 2015
CONTINENTAL DIVIDE: MOTHERS AGAINST and DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION - Barbican Theatre.Two David Edgar plays about American politics. March 2004.
THE CONTINGENCY PLAN - Bush Theatre. Two plays on Climate Change and politics. Spring 2009
THE CONVERT - Gate Theatre. Drama set in 1896 Rhodesia. January-February 2017
COOL HAND LUKE - Aldwych Theatre. Rebellious chain gang prisoner becomes mythic hero to the others. Autumn 2011
COOLATULLY - Finborough Theatre. Trying to escape dead-end Irish village. Autumn 2014
COPENHAGEN - Duchess Theatre. Michael Frayn asks why the Nazis didn't get the atomic bomb first. Closed Spring 2001
CORAM BOY - Olivier Theatre. Staging of award-winning kids' book. Winter 2005-2006; Winter 2006-2007
THE CORDELIA DREAM - Wilton's Music Hall. New play by Marina Carr about estranged father and daughter. December 2008
CORIOLANUS - Old Vic Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company transfer from Stratford. Spring-summer 2003
CORIOLANUS - Donmar Warehouse. Shakespeare: military hero turns on his own country.  Winter 2013-2014
CORIOLANUS - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company in infrequently-done tragedy. Autumn 2017
CORNELIUS - Finborough Theatre. Priestley comedy of harried businessman. Summer 2012

THE COSMONAUT'S LAST MESSAGE... - Donmar Theatre. Connectedness and miscommunication on earth and above, Spring 2005.
LE COSTUME - Young Vic Peter Brook's French company return with a South African tale. Autumn 2003.
COUNTING SHEEP - Vaults. Ukranian revolution as a rave. Spring 2019
THE COUNTRY - Royal Court. Martin Crimp play about a marriage with unspoken strains stars Juliet Stevenson and Owen Teale. Spring 2000.
THE COUNTRY GIRL - Apollo Theatre. Clifford Odets backstage drama. Winter 2010-2011
COYOTE ON A FENCE - Duchess Theatre. Death-row drama. Spring 2004.
CREDITORS - Donmar Warehouse. Strindberg drama of sexual revenge. Autumn 2008
THE CREEPER - Playhouse Theatre. Ian Richardson in psychological thriller. Winter 2006
CRESSIDA - Albery Theatre. Michael Gambon stars in new play by Nicholas Wright about Elizabethan boy actresses. Spring 2000
CROOKED - Bush Theatre. Teenage girl's pain and confusion at upheaval in her life. Spring 2006
THE CRUCIBLE - Old Vic Theatre. Arthur Miller drama about witch hunts in America. Summer 2014   
THE CRUCIBLE - Olivier and Guilgud Theatres. Arthur Miller drama about witch hunts. Olivier Autumn 2022; Gielgud Summer 2023
CRUEL AND TENDER - Young Vic Theatre. Adaptation of Sophocles, in which a woman awaits the return of her soldier husband. Spring 2004
CRUISING - Bush Theatre. Love and lust among the seventy-somethings. June 2006
THE CRYPTOGRAM - Donmar Warehouse. David Mamet's look at a troubled family. Autumn 2006
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME - National, Apollo, Gielgud and Piccadilly Theatres. Staging of novel about autistic boy's adventure. National 2012, Apollo 2013, Gielgud 2014 - 2017; Piccadilly 2018-2019
THE CUT - Donmar Theatre. Ian McKellen in Mark Ravenhill play about tortured torturer. February-March 2006
CYMBELINE - Open Air Theatre. Late Shakespeare in Regents Park Summer 2005
CYMBELINE - Lyric Hammersmith Theatre. Kneehigh Theatre deconstruct Shakespeare. 2007
CYMBELINE - Barbican Theatre. Cheek by Jowl Company's staging of Shakespeare. Spring 2007
CYMBELINE - Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Late Shakespeare. Winter 2015-2016
CYMBELINE - Barbican Theatre. RSC in Shakespeare. Autumn 2016
CYPRUS AVENUE - Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. Belfast man driven to madness. Spring 2016; Spring 2019
CYRANO DE BERGERAC - Olivier Theatre. Stephen Rea puts on the funny nose for the National Theatre. Spring 2004
CYRANO DE BERGERAC - Playhouse and Pinter Theatres.  James McAvoy in Marrtin Crimp adaptation. Winter 2019-2020; Spring 2022
DAMNED BY DESPAIR - Olivier Theatre. Tirso de Molina drama. 2012
DANCE NATION - Almeida Theatre. Teenagers' dance class as a view of growing up. Autumn 2018
DANCE OF DEATH - Lyric Theatre. Ian McKellen and Francis de la Tour in Strindberg. Spring 2003
THE DANCE OF DEATH - Trafalgar Studios. Strindberg's dissection of a marriage. Winter 2012-2013
DANCES OF DEATH - Gate Theatre. Howard Brenton adapts Strindberg's study of a hate-filled marriage. Summer2013
DANCING AT LUGHNASA - Old Vic Theatre. Brian Friel's Irish family drama. Spring 2009
DANGER: MEMORY! - Jermyn Street Theatre. Arthur Miller double bill. Summer 2011
DANGEROUS CORNER - Garrick Theatre. J. B. Priestley classic updated in transfer from West Yorkshire Playhouse Winter 2001-2002.
DANNY THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD - Bloomsbury Theatre. Roald Dahl tale. Winter 2007. B. P
DANTON'S DEATH - Olivier Theatre. Buchner on the French Revolution. 2010
DARA - Lyttelton Theatre. Drama set in 17th century India. Winter-Spring 2015
THE DARK - Donmar Warehouse Charlotte Jones' look at three families when the lights go out. Spring 2004.
THE DARK EARTH AND THE LIGHT SKY - Almeida Theatre. Play about poet Edward Thomas Winter 2012-2013
DARKER SHORES - Hampstead Theatre. Christmas ghost story. Winter 2009-2010
A DAY AT THE RACISTS - Finborough Theatre. How an ordinary guy is lured into the BNP. Spring 2010
A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG - Comedy Theatre. Revival of Peter Nichols' play about coping with disabled child. Winter 2001-2002
A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG - Trafalgar Studios. Coping with disabled child. Autumn 2019
DAYTONA - Park and Haymarket Theatres.  Family reunion awakens old emotions. Park Summer 2013; Haymarket Summer 2014
DEAD PARTY ANIMALS - Hope Theatre. Monologue of a drunk night out. Spring 2014
THE DEAD SCHOOL - Tricycle Theatre. Pat McCabe story of two schoolteachers. February-March 2010
THE DEAD WAIT - Park Theatre. South African drama. Autumn 2013
DEALER'S CHOICE - Trafalgar Studios Patrick Marber's poker play transfers from the fringe.2007-2008
DEALING WITH CLAIR - Orange Tree Theatre. Martin Crimp play about the dangers of house-selling. Autumn 2018
DEATH AND THE KING'S HORSEMAN - Olivier Theatre. Wole Soyinka play set in 1943 Nigeria. Spring 2009
DEATH AND THE MAIDEN - Comedy Theatre. Political prisoner's revenge. Autumn-Winter 2011
DEATH OF ENGLAND - Dorfman Theatre. Grieving son. January-March 2020
DEATH OF A SALESMAN - Lyric Theatre- Brian Denehy in Arthur Miller classic. 2005
DEATH OF A SALESMAN - RSC Stratford, then Noel Coward Theatre. Antony Sher in Arthur Miller drama. Spring-Summer 2015
DEATH OF A SALESMAN - Young Vic and Piccadilly Theatres. Arthur Miller classic. Young Vic Spring 2019; Piccadilly Autumn 2019
DEATHTRAP - Noel Coward Theatre. Ira Levin who's-doing-what-to-whom mystery. Winter 2010-2011
DEATHWATCH - Print Room at the Coronet. Jean Genet prison drama. Spring 2016
THE DEEP BLUE SEA - Vaudeville Theatre. Greta Scacchi in Terrence Rattigan drama of obsessive love. Spring-Summer 2008
THE DEEP BLUE SEA - Lyttelton Theatre.  Terrence Rattigan drama of a woman's overpowering passion. Summer 2016
A DELICATE BALANCE - Almeida Theatre. Edward Albee's family on the edge. Spring 2011

DE MONFORT - Orange Tree Theatre. 1798 drama of obsessive hatred. Spring 2008
DEMOCRACY - Wyndham's Theatre. Michael Frayn play about Willy Brandt transferred from the National to the West End 2003-2004
DEMOCRACY - Old Vic Theatre. Michael Frayn play about a spy's rise in West Germany. Summer 2012
DENIAL - King's Head Theatre. Arnold Wesker play about false memory. Spring 2012
DENY DENY DENY - Park Theatre. Doping scandals in sports. Autumn 2016
DESIGNS FOR LIVING - Drill Hall- Claire Dowie's bemused view of gender identity and confusion.Spring 2001
DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS - Lyric Hammersmith. O'Neill's Greek tragedy set on a New England farm. Autumn 2012
DETAINING JUSTICE - Tricycle Theatre. The plight of illegal immigrants. Autumn 2009
DETROIT - Cottesloe Theatre. Suburban life laid bare. Spring 2012  
DI AND VIV AND ROSE - Hampstead and VaudevilleTheatres. The lifelong friendship of three women. Hampstead Winter  2013; Vaudeville Winter 2014
DIANA OF DOBSON'S - Orange Tree Theatre. 1908 play - poor girl briefly enters rich society. Spring 2007
DIDO QUEEN OF CARTHAGE - Cottesloe Theatre. Christopher Marlowe's first play. Spring 2009

DIMETOS - Donmar Warehouse. Athol Fugard play about tormented engineer. Spring 2009
DISCONNECT - Royal Court Theatre. Life in an India call centre. Spring 2010
DISGRACED - Bush Theatre. Islamic American discovers how fragile his world is. Spring 2013
THE DISTANCE - Orange Tree Theatre.  Friends try to cope with a shocking revelation. Autumn 2014, Autumn 2015
THE DIVIDE - Old Vic Theatre. Alan Ayckbourn fable of a dystopic future. February 2018 
THE DIVINE MRS S - Hampstead Theatre. Portrait of actress Sarah Siddons. Spring 2024
THE DJINNS OF EIDGAH - Royal Court Theatre. Drama of anti-Indian feeling in modern Kashmir. Autumn 2013

THE DOCTOR - Almeida and Duke of York's Theatres. Medical decision turns into political controversy.  Almeida Autumn 2019, Duke's Autumn 2022

DOCTOR FAUSTUS - Young Vic Theatre. Jude Law starred in Marlowe. Spring 2002
DOCTOR FAUSTUS - Duke of York's Theatre. Marlowe adapted by Colin Teevan .2016
DOCTOR FAUSTUS - Barbican Theatre.   Royal Shakespeare Company in Marlowe Autumn 2016
DOKTOR GLAS - Wyndham's Theatre. Swedish novel of a man's shattered romantic fantasy. Spring 2013
A DOLL'S HOUSE - Donmar Warehouse. Gillian Anderson in new adaptation of Ibsen. Spring-Summer 2009
A DOLL'S HOUSE - Young Vic and Duke of York's Theatres. New version of Ibsen dissection of marriage. Young Vic Summer 2012; Duke's 2013
A DOLL'S HOUSE - Lyric Hammersmith. Ibsen set in India.  Autumn 2019
DON CARLOS - The Pit. The RSC in Schiller's 19th Century drama of love, honour and politics in the Renaissance Spanish court. Autumn 1999.
DON CARLOS- Gielgud Theatre. Richard Coyle and Derek Jacobi starred in historic drama. Winter-Spring 2005.
DON JOHN - Battersea Arts Centre. Kneehigh Theatre updates the Don Giovanni story. Spring 2009
DON JUAN IN SOHO - Wyndham's Theatre. Patrick Marber's updating of the myth. Spring 2017
DOUBLE FEATURE - Hampstead Theatre. Two scenes of power play between directors and actors. Spring 2024
DOUBT - Tricycle Theatre. John Philip Shanley drama in which nun suspects priest of abuse.Winter 2007-2008
DREAM OF PERFECT SLEEP - Finborough Theatre. Ageing couple take ownership of their deaths.Summer 2014
A DREAM PLAY - Cottesloe Theatre. New version of Strindberg by Caryl Churchill and the company Winter-Spring 2005
DREAM STORY - Gate Theatre. Schnitzler story of an erotic nightmare.  Summer 2011
DREAMS OF VIOLENCE - Soho Theatre. Woman cracking under the strains of work and family. Summer 2009.
THE DRESSER - Duke of York's Theatre. Julian Glover and Nicholas Lyndhurst in Ronald Harwood backstage play. 2004-2005
THE DRESSER - Duke of York's Theatre. Comedy-drama of Shakespearean actor and his assistant. Winter 2016-2017
DREYFUS - Tricycle. A new translation by Jack Rosenthal of Jean-Claude Grumberg's play about Jewish actors in 1930s Poland. June 2000.
DRIVE YOUR PLOW OVER THE BONES OF THE DEAD - Barbican Theatre. Complicite in Polish novel of environmental dangers. Spring 2023 and touring
DRIVING MISS DAISY - Wyndham's Theatre. Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones as widow and driver. Autumn 2011
THE DROWNED MAN - Paddington Site. Punchdrunk Company in site-specific promenade production.  2013
DRUID MURPHY  - Hampstead Theatre and tour. Three plays by Tom Murphy set in Ireland - CONVERSATIONS ON A HOMECOMING, A WHISTLE IN THE DARK, FAMINE. Summer 2012
DRUNK ENOUGH TO SAY I LOVE YOU? - Royal Court Theatre. New play by Caryl Churchill about the evils of America. Winter 2006
DRY POWDER - Hampstead Theatre. High finance and corporate takeovers. January-March 2018
DUBLIN CAROL - Royal Court Theatre Conor McPherson drama of a Dubliner's Christmas Eve. .Spring 2000
DUBLIN CAROL - Trafalgar Studios. Conor McPherson drama of a Dubliner's Christmas Eve. Winter 2011-2012
THE DUCHESS OF MALFI -Barbican Theatre Royal Shakespeare Company does John Webster. 2000
THE DUCHESS OF MALFI - Lyttelton Theatre. Janet McTeer in Webster's tragedy. Winter-Spring 2003
THE DUCHESS OF MALFI - Old Vic Theatre. Jacobean tragedy of woman punished for loving. Spring 2012
THE DUCHESS OF MALFI - Almeida Theatre. Jacobean tragedy of defiant woman. Winter 2019-2020
DUET FOR ONE - Almeida, then Vaudeville Theatre. Tom Kempinski's drama of musician facing the end of her career. 2009

THE DUMB WAITER - Trafalgar Studios. Early Pinter about confused gangsters Spring 2007.
THE DUMB WAITER - Print Room. Pinter black comedy.  Autumn 2013
DUNSINANE - Hampstead Theatre. David Greig sequel to Macbeth for the RSC. February 2010
DUSA, FISH, STAS AND VI - Finborough Theatre. Pam Gems' view of women in the 1970s. Summer 2013
THE DWARFS - Tricycle Theatre. Kerry Lee Crabbe dramatises Harold Pinter's novel of East End London in the 1950s. Spring 2003
THE DWARFS & THE LOCAL STIGMATIC - Lyric Theatre Studio. Double bill of plays first seen in 1966. Spring 2000
EACH HIS OWN WILDERNESS - Orange Tree Theatre. Doris Lessing drama of politics and sex in the 1950s. Spring 2015
ear for eye - Royal Court Theatre. debbie tucker green on racism in America and Britain. Autumn 2018

THE EARLY BIRD - Finborough Theatre. Effects of a child's disappearance. February 2010
EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON - Cottesloe Theatre. New Mike Bartlett play. Summer-Autumn 2010
EASTER - Riverside Studios. Oxford Stage Company in uncharacteristically optimistic Strindberg play. Spring 2005
ECLIPSED - Gate Theatre. Captive 'wives' of an African warlord. Soring 2015
ECSTASY - Hampstead, then Duchess Theatre. Mike Leigh's look at working class Londoners trying to have fun in 1979 
ecstacy+GRACE - Finborough Theatre. Theatre 28 tackles the horrors of gay paedophilia.Spring 2001
EDEN'S EMPIRE - Finborough Theatre. Play set in the Suez Crisis. September 2006
EDMOND - Olivier Theatre. Kenneth Branagh is David Mamet's self-destructive hero. Summer-Autumn 2003.
EDUCATING RITA - Menier Chocolate Factory, the Trafalgar Studios. Willy Russell on a woman's dream of changing her life. Menier Spring 2010; Trafalgar Summer-Autumn
EDWARD II - Olivier Theatre. Marlowe tragedy. 2013
EDWARD III - Gielgud Theatre. The RSC does a history play published anonymously, now thought to be by Shakespeare. Winter 2002-2003
THE EFFECT - Cottesloe Theatre. Medical research creates moral questions and human dramas. 2012-2013
EH JOE - Duke of York's Theatre. Michael Gambon in Beckett's short play, done twice nightly. Summer 2006
EIGENGRAU - Bush Theatre. Tangled love lives of four Londoners. Spring 2010
EIGHT - Trafalgar Studios. Eight short monologues by Ella Hickson, a different four chosen each night. July 2009
ELECTRA - Gate Theatre. Sophocles tragedy of unrelenting hatred. Spring 2011
ELECTRA - Old Vic Theatre. Kristin Scott Thomas in Greek tragedy. Autumn-Winter 2014
ELEGY - Donmar Warehouse. The connection between memory and identity. Spring 2016
ELMINA'S KITCHEN - Cottesloe Theatre 2003; Garrick 2005. New play by Kwame Kwei-Armah about harsh truths in the Afro-Caribbean community..
EMBERS - Duke of York's Theatre. Jeremy Irons as man meeting old friend-foe after 50 years. 2006
EMIL AND THE DETECTIVES - Olivier Theatre. Family show - children unite to catch a thief. Winter 2013-2014
EMILIA - Vaudeville Theatre. Imagining the identity and feminist voice of Shakespeare's 'Dark Lady'.  2019
EMPEROR AND GALILEAN - Olivier Theatre.  Ibsen on a 4th-century attempt to defeat Christianity. Summer 2011
THE EMPEROR JONES - Olivier Theatre. Eugene O'Neill classic. Summer-autumn 2007
THE EMPIRE - Royal Court Theatre. Battlefield drama set in Afghanistan. Spring 2010
THE ENCHANTMENT - Cottesloe Theatre. 19th-Century Swedish play about obsessive love. Summer-autumn 2007
END OF THE RAINBOW - Trafalgar Studios. Judy Garland near the end of her career. Spring 2011
ENDGAME - Albery Theatre. Michael Gambon and Lee Evans in Beckett. Spring 2004.
ENDGAME - Duchess Theatre. Mark Rylance in Beckett. Autumn 2009
ENDGAME  and ROUGH FOR THEATRE II - Old Vic Theatre. Samuel Beckett double bill. Winter-Spring 2020
ENEMIES - Almeida Theatre. Gorky on the seeds of the Revolution, by way of David Hare. 2006.
AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE - Arcola Theatre. Rebecca Lenkiewicz adapts Ibsen; Greg Hicks stars. Spring 2008
ENIGMATIC VARIATIONS - Savoy Theatre. Donald Sutherland and John Rubinstein in new play about famous writer and interviewer. Spring-Summer 2000
ENLIGHTENMENT - Hampstead Theatre. Grieving parents and someone with news of their son.  Autumn 2010
ENRON - Royal Court Theatre. New play by Lucy Prebble about the 1990s Wall Street bubble. Royal Court Autumn 2009; Noel Coward Theatre  2010
THE ENTERTAINER - Old Vic Theatre. Robert Lindsay in John Osborne classic. Spring 2007.
THE ENTERTAINER - Garrick Theatre. John Osborne play about fading star. Autumn 2016
EPITAPH FOR GEORGE DILLON - Comedy Theatre. Joseph Fiennes in John Osborne's first play. Winter 2005-2006
EQUUS - Gielgud Theatre Peter Shaffer on a boy and his horse. Spring 2007
EQUUS - Theatre Royal Stratford East and Trafalgar Studios. Peter Shaffer tale of disturbed boy and self-doubting psychiatrist. 2019
ESCAPED ALONE - Royal Court Theatre. Caryl Churchill play about the dark emotions below ordinary conversation. March 2016; February 2017
EUROPE - Donmar Warehouse Theatre. David Edgar play about migrants' effect on a small town Summer 2019
EURYDICE - Young Vic Theatre. Modern retelling of the myth. Spring 2010
EVENING AT THE TALK HOUSE - Dorfman Theatre. Wallace Shawn play about the coarsening of society.  Winter 2015-2016
AN EVENING WITH CHARLES DICKENS - Dickens House. Geoffrey Harris plays Dickens reading from the novels. Summer 2002
EVERYMAN - Olivier Theatre. New version by Carol Ann Duffy. Spring-Summer 2015
EVERYTHING IS ILLUMINATED - Hampstead Theatre. American journeys to the Ukraine to find his family history. Autumn 2006
EXCEPTIONAL PROMISE - Bush Theatre. Mock game show highlights housing issues.  June 2019
EXILES - Cottesloe Theatre. James Joyce's one play, about an unconventional romantic triangle.Autumn 2006
EXIT THE KING - Olivier Theatre. Ionesco on the act and the art of dying. Summer-Autumn 2018
THE EXORCIST - Phoenix Theatre. Stage version of classic devil-possession movie. Winter 2017-2018

FACES IN THE CROWD - Gate Theatre. Adaptation of Mexican novel. January 2020
FACTS - Finborough Theatre. Investigation of a murder in Palestine. Spring 2013
FAIRVIEW - Young Vic Theatre. Perceptions of race in America. Winter 2019-2020
FAITH HEALER - Donmar Theatre. Brian Friel play tells a story through disagreeing monologues Summer 2016
THE FAITH MACHINE - Royal Court Theatre. Various sorts of moral commitment compared. Autumn 2011
THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER - Graeae Theatre Company in Edgar Allan Poe's classic tale as interpreted by Steven Berkoff. Autumn 2000
THE FAMILY REUNION - The Pit. RSC in T. S. Eliot's drama of sin and redemption. Winter 1999-2000
THE FAMILY REUNION - Donmar Warehouse. T.S. Eliot drama of sin and redemption Winter 2008-2009
THE FAMILY PLAYS - Royal Court Upstairs. Double bill of Swedish and Ukrainian one-act plays. Winter 2007
FANNY AND ALEXANDER - Old Vic Theatre. Stage version of Ingmar Bergman film of theatrical family Winter-Spring  2018
FANNY AND FAGGOT - Finborough Theatre. Psychological study of child killers. February 2007
FANTA ORANGE - Finborough Theatre. Love triangle and other complications in Kenya. Autumn 2011
FAR AWAY - Donmar Warehouse Theatre. 40-minute Caryl Churchill play about the chaos of war. Winter-Spring 2020

FAREWELL TO THE THEATRE - Hampstead Theatre. Imagined event in the life of writer-director Harley Granville-Barker. Spring 2012
FARINELLI AND THE KING - Duke of York's Theatre. How music saved the sanity of an 18th century Spanish king. Autumn 2015
FAST LABOUR - Hampstead Theatre. Drama about illegal immigrant workers. Spring 2008
FATAL ATTRACTION - Haymarket Theatre. Stage version of film about vengeful woman. Spring 2014
THE FATHER - Trafalgar Studio 2. Strindberg portrait of hate-fuelled marriage. Spring 2015
THE FATHER - Tricycle, Wyndham's and Duke of York's Theatres. French play about dementia. 2015-2016  

THE FATHER AND THE ASSASSIN - Olivier Theatre. The man who killed Gandhi.  Spring 2022; Autumn 2023
FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS - Royal Court Theatre. Experiences of a slave in the American Civil War. Autumn 2016
FATHERLAND - Lyric Hammersmith. Feelings about having a father and being a father. Summer 2018
FATHERLAND - Gate Theatre. Father and daughter in an awkward encounter. Spring 2011
FATHERS AND SONS - Donmar Warehouse. Brian Friel adapted Turgenev novel. Summer 2014
FAUSTUS - Hampstead Theatre. New play equates the soul-seller with modern artists. Autumn 2006
FEAR - Bush Theatre. Inside the mind of a mugger.  Summer 2012
THE FEAST OF SNAILS - Lyric Theatre. David Warner in Olaf Olafsson play about complacent businessman's comeuppance. March 2002.
FEN - Finborough Theatre. Caryl Churchill drama of poor farmworkers. Spring 2011
FENCES - Duchess Theatre. August Wilson play set in the 1950s. Summer 2013
THE FERRYMAN - Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre. Irish family threatened by past ties to the IRA 2017-2018
THE FEVER - Royal Court Theatre. Wallace Shawn monologue of a woman discovering there's injustice in the world. Spring 2009
THE FEVER SYNDROME - Hampstead Theatre. Disfunctional famil. Spring 2022
A FEW GOOD MEN - Haymarket Theatre. Courtroom drama. Autumn 2005
55 DAYS - Hampstead Theatre. Howard Brenton on the trial and execution of Charles I. Autumn 2012
FILTHY BUSINESS - Hampstead Theatre. Matriarch of an East End family stops at nothing to hold control. Spring 2017
FINDING THE SUN and MARRIAGE PLAY - Cottesloe Theatre. Two rarely-done Edward Albee one-acts at the NT. Spring-Summer 2001
A FINE BALANCE - Hampstead Theatre. Staging of Rohinton Mistry's novel of India in the 1970s. Spring 2007
FIREFACE - Young Vic. Disturbed adolescents act out their emotional confusion. Autumn 2012
FIREWORKS - Royal Court Theatre. Life in occupied Palestine. February-March 2015
FIRST LOVE - Arcola Theatre. Conor Lovett in Beckett monologue. November-December 2014
FIVE 0'CLOCK ANGEL - Nichola McAuliffe in picture of Tennessee Williams's long friendship with Maria St. Just. Touring Autumn-winter 1999.
THE FIVE WIVES OF MAURICE PINDAR - Cottesloe Theatre. Unusual London family and what happens to it. Summer-Autumn 2007
FIX UP - Cottesloe Theatre. New play about Black life in London by Kwame Kwei-Armah. Winter-Spring 2005
THE FLANNELETTES - King's Head Theatre. Drama-with-music set in a battered women's shelter. Spring 2015
FLARE PATH - Haymarket Theatre. Terrence Rattigan wartime drama. Spring 2011
THE FLICK -Dorfman Theatre. Lives of the staff of a small cinema Spring 2016
FLIGHT PATH - Bush Theatre. Year in the life of a teenager. Autumn 2007
FLOWERING CHERRY - Finborough Theatre. Robert Bolt play of small man's dreams. November-December 2015
THE FLYING LOVERS OF VITEBSK - Wilton's Music Hall. Kneehigh Theatre evokes the love of painter Marc Chagall and his wife. January-February 2018
FOOL FOR LOVE - Apollo Theatre. Sam Shepard's look at obsessive lovers. Summer 2006
FOR SERVICES RENDERED - Jermyn Street Theatre. Somerset Maugham drama of the lingering effects of war. Autumn 2019
THE FOREST - Hampstead Theatre.  Florian Zeller drama. January-February 2022
FORGET ME NOT - Bush Theatre. Sixty-year-old man meets his mother for the first time.Winter 2015-2016
FORTUNE'S FOOL - Old Vic Theatre. Turgenev drama. Winter 2013-2014
FROM MORNING TO MIDNIGHT - Lyttelton Theatre. German expressionist drama of a man searching for the ultimate thrill. Winter 2013-2014
THE FOUR SEASONS - Arcola Theatre. Arnold Wesker follows love through the year. Spring 2007
4000 MILES - Print Room. Reunion of aimless young man and aged grandmother. Spring 2013      
THE 4TH COUNTRY - Park Theatre. Life in Northern Ireland. January 2022

FRAGMENTS- Young Vic Theatre. Peter Brook directs short Beckett pieces. Autumn 2007
FRAM - Olivier Theatre. New play by Tony Harrison about Norwegian explorer and humanitarian Nansen. Spring 2008
FRANKENSTEIN - Olivier Theatre. Two actors alternated as doctor and monster. Spring 2011
THE FREE STATE - Janet Suzman wrote and starred in a South African version of The Cherry Orchard. Toured Spring 2000.
THE FREEDOM OF THE CITY - Finborough Theatre. Brian Friel's look at Northern Ireland. December 2005
FREUD'S LAST SESSION - King's Head Theatre.   Freud and C S Lewis debate religion  January 2022, July 2022
FROST/NIXON - Donmar, then Gielgud Theatre. How David Frost got Richard Nixon to confess, sort of. 2006-2007
FROZEN - Cottesloe Theatre. Bryony Lavery's play about grief won awards in Birmingham in 1998. National Theatre Summer 2002
.FROZEN - Haymarket Theatre. Aftermath of violent crime. Spring 2018
FRUIT SALAD - Greenwich Theatre. Llewella Gideon's play looks at gender roles and conflicts among Afro-Caribbean thirty-somethings Spring 2003
F*CK THE POLAR BEARS - Bush Theatre. Couple face their environmental obligations. Autumn 2015
FUTURE CONDITIONAL - Old Vic Theatre. The state of education in Britain today. Autumn 2015
GAGARIN WAY - Cottesloe Theatre. Play about remarkably erudite gangsters had two runs at the National Winter 2001-2002, then the Arts Theatre Spring 2002
GAME - Almeida Theatre. The macabre price some will pay for a place to live. Spring 2015
GASLIGHT - Old Vic Theatre. Classic is-she-going-mad melodrama. Summer 2007
GASTRONAUTS - Royal Court Theatre. Audience ate during sketches about food. December 2013
THE GATHERED LEAVES - Park Theatre. Family reunion drama. Summer 2015
GEM OF THE OCEAN - Tricycle Theatre. August Wilson's view of African-American life in 1904. January 2006
A GERMAN LIFE - Bridge Theatre. Maggie Smith as a woman in the Nazi era. Spring 2019
GERMAN SKERRIES - Orange Tree Theatre. How easy it is for life to pass you by. Spring 2016
GERTRUDE'S SECRET - New End Theatre. Collection of short monologues by different characters. Winter 2007
GETHSEMANE - Cottesloe Theatre. David Hare play on politics and money.2008-2009
GENESIS INC - Hampstead Theatre. Drama-comedy set in a fertility clinic. Summer 2018
GHOST FROM A PERFECT PLACE - Arcola Theatre. Philip Ridley play about East End hardman revisiting his old turf. Autumn 2014
GHOST STORIES - Lyric Hammersmith, Duke of York's, Arts and Ambassadors Theatres. Trio of spooky tales. Lyric Spring 2010; Duke's 2010-2011; Arts  2014-2015; Lyric Spring 2019; Ambassadors Winter 22019-2020
GHOSTS - Comedy Theatre. Francesca Annis and Anthony Andrews in Ibsen's tale of lies and guilt Spring-Summer 2001
GHOSTS - Duchess Theatre. Frank McGuinness adaptation of Ibsen. Winter-Spring 2010
GHOSTS - Almeida Theatre and Trafalgar Studios. Ibsen drama of secrets within secrets. 2013-2014
THE GIANT - Hampstead Theatre. Drama by Antony Sher about Michelangelo's creation of the David. Autumn 2007
GIRL WITH A PEARL EARRING - Haymarket Theatre. Drama of Vermeer and his muse. Autumn 2008
THE GIRL WITH RED HAIR - Hampstead Theatre. Drama of loss and recovery by Sharman Macdonald. Spring 2005
GIRLS AND BOYS - Royal Court Theatre.  Breakdown of a marriage. February-March 2018
GLASS EELS - Hampstead Theatre. Drama of family unable to move forward. Summer 2007
GLASS. KILL. BLUEBEARD. IMP. -  Royal Court Theatre. Four short plays by Caryl Churchill   Autumn 2019
THE GLASS MENAGERIE - Apollo Theatre. Jessica Lange in Tennessee Williams. Spring 2007
THE GLASS MENAGERIE - Young Vic Theatre. Tennessee Williams classic. Winter 2010-2011
THE GLASS MENAGERIE - Richmond Theatre and touring. Tennessee Williams memory play. Autumn 2016

THE GLASS ROOM - Hampstead Theatre. New play about Holocaust-denying historian and her Jewish lawyer. Winter 2006
THE GLEE CLUB - Duchess Theatre. Transfer from the fringe of play about a miner's singing group. Spring 2002.
GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS - Apollo Theatre. David Mamet's salesmen; Jonathan Pryce starred. Autumn-Winter 2007
GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS - Playhouse Theatre. David Mamet on desperate land salesmen.  Winter 2017-2018
THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA? - ApolloTheatre. Edward Albee's drama of a world turned upside down. 2003-2004
THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA? - Haymarket Theatre. Edward Albee drama of man in love with a goat. Spring 2017
GOATS - Royal Court Theatre. Syrian drama of a village in wartime. Autumn-Winter 2017
GOD BLESS THE CHILD - Royal Court Theatre. Schoolkids mutiny. Autumn-Winter 2014
GOD IN RUINS - Soho Theatre. Anthony Neilson play about a Lonely Guy on Christmas Eve. Winter 2007-2008
GOD ONLY KNOWS - Vaudeville Theatre. Derek Jacobi in Hugh Whitemore play questioning man's need for religion. Spring 2001
GOD'S PROPERTY - Soho Theatre. Two brothers in conflict in 1980s inner city London. Spring 2013
THE GODS WEEP - Hampstead Theatre. RSC in new play evoking King Lear. Spring 2010
GOING THROUGH - Bush Theatre.  Young migrant's adventure. Spring 2019
GOLDA'S BALCONY - Shaw Theatre. Tovah Feldshuh as Golda Meir. Summer 2008
GOLGOTHA  - Tristan Bates Theatre. Stories of Indian immigrants to Britain. Winter 2012
THE GOOD HOPE - Cottesloe Theatre. Dutch classic transformed to British setting by Lee Hall. Winter 2001-2002, then tour.
THE GOOD JOHN PROCTOR - Jermyn Street Theatre. Prequel to Arthur Miller's Crucible. Winter 2023-2014
GOOD PEOPLE - Hampstead and Noel Coward Theatres. Whose fault is it that the poor stay poor? Spring 2014
THE GOOD SOUL OF SZECHUAN - Young Vic Theatre. Brecht's parable of the innocent in a cruel world. Spring-Summer 2008
GOODBYE TO ALL THAT - Royal Court Theatre.  Love triangle among the sixty-somethings. Spring 2012
LE GRAND MORT - Trafalgar Studio 2. Dinner for two filled with talk of sex and death. Autumn 2017
GRASSES OF A THOUSAND COLOURS - Royal Court Theatre. New play by Wallace Shawn on sex, death and cats May-June 2009
GREAT EXPECTATIONS - Vaudeville Theatre. Dramatised Dickens. Winter-Spring 2013
THE GREAT GAME: AFGHANISTAN - Tricycle Theatre. Three evenings of short plays about Afghan history. Spring 2009, Summer 2010
THE GREEN BAY TREE - Jermyn Street Theatre. 1930s drama of a weak young man. December 2014
GREENLAND - Lyttelton Theatre. Group-created documentary on the state of the planet. Spring 2011
GRETA GARBO CAME TO DONEGAL - Tricycle Theatre. Frank McGuinness play about star's effect on Irish family. January-February 2010
GRIEF - Cottesloe Theatre. Mike Leigh play about the pre-war generation facing the 1950s. 2011-2012
GRIEF IS THE THING WITH FEATHERS -  Barbican Theatre. Adaptation of novel about dealing with death. April 2019
GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES - Gate Theatre. Friendship of two damaged people. Winter 2013
GUANTANAMO - Ambassadors Theatre. Political piece based on real life cases. Summer 2004
GUARDS AT THE TAJ - Bush Theatre. Little men who participate in an atrocity. Spring 2017
GUNDOG - Royal Court Theatre. Marginal lives on a marginal farm..February-March 2018

THE HABIT OF ART - Lyttelton Theatre. Alan Bennett on Benjamin Britten and W H Auden. 2010
THE HAIRY APE - Southwark Playhouse. Early Eugene O'Neill drama. Spring 2012
THE HAIRY APE - Old Vic Theatre. O'Neill drama of worker trying to find his place in the world. Autumn 2015
THE HALF-GOD OF RAINFALL - Kiln Theatre. Blend of Greek and Nigerian myths and basketball. Spring 2019
HAMLET - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Mark Rylance was the first to play the Prince in the replica of its original theatre. Summer 2000
HAMLET - Olivier Theatre. Simon Russell Beale for the National. Summer 2000, then international tour, then Summer 2001
HAMLET - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company, Steven Pimlott directing Samuel West. Winter 2001-2002
HAMLET - Old Vic Theatre. Trevor Nunn directed a young cast, Ben Whishaw as the Prince. Summer 2004
HAMLET - Albery Theatre. RSC from Stratford, with Toby Stephens. Winter 2004
HAMLET - New Ambassadors Theatre. English Touring Compnay, with Ed Stoppard. Spring 2006
HAMLET - Novello Theatre. Understudy Edward Bennett filled in for ailing David Tennant through most of the RSC's London run. Winter 2008-2009.
HAMLET - Wyndham's Theatre. Jude Law was the prince. Spring-Summer 2009
HAMLET - Olivier Theatre. Nicholas Hytner directed Rory Kinnear. 2010-2011
HAMLET - Young Vic Theatre. Michael Sheen starred. 2011-2012
HAMLET - Almeida and Harold Pinter Theatres.  Andrew Scott starred.  2017
HAMLET - Hackney Empire. RSC touring production with African setting. March 2018
HAMLET - Young Vic Theatre. Cush Jumbo as the Prince. Autumn 2021
HAMLET - Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. Shakespeare as farce. Spring 2022
HAMNET - Garrick Theatre. . Shakespeare as seen b y his wife.  Winter 2023-2024
hang - Royal Court Theatre. Victim of a crime gets to choose the punishment. Summer 2015
HANSARD - Lyttelton Theatre. Politics and marriage in the Thatcher years. Autumn 2019
HAPGOOD - Hampstead Theatre. Tom Stoppard on quantum mechanics and spying.  Winter 2015-2016
HAPPY DAYS - Arts Theatre. Felicity Kendal buried up to her neck in Beckett, Winter 2003-2004.
HAPPY DAYS - Lyttelton Theatre. Fiona Shaw up to her neck in Beckett. February 2007
HAPPY DAYS - Young Vic Theatre. Juliet Stevenson up to her neck in Beckett. January-February 2014; February-March 2015
THE HAPPY JOURNEY TO TRENTON AND CAMDEN and THE LONG CHRISTMAS DINNER - King's Head Theatre. Thornton Wilder double bill. Winter 2012-2013
HAPPY NOW? - Cottesloe Theatre. New play by Lucinda Coxon about harried working mother. 2008
HARAJUKU GIRLS - Finborough Theatre. Tokyo teenagers drift into prostitution. March 2015
HARD FEELINGS - Finborough Theatre. Doug Lucie play of graduates playing at life. Summer 2013
THE HARD PROBLEM - Dorfman Theatre.  Tom Stoppard play about the brain. Spring 2015
HARPER REGAN - Cottesloe Theatre. New play by Simon Stephens about harried working mother. Spring-Summer 2008
HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, PARTS ONE AND TWO - Palace Theatre. New adventures of the boy wizard as an adult, in two full-length plays. 2016-2020
HAUNTED CHILD - Royal Court Theatre. Family torn apart by father's disappearance and reappearance. Winter 2011-2012
HARVEST - Royal Court Theatre. Drama of 90 years in a rural village. Autumn 2005.
VACLAV HAVEL SEASON - Orange Tree Theatre. Several of the Czech playwright's works in rep. Autumn 2008
THE HAYSTACK - Hampstead Theatre. Love in the age of cyber-surveillance. Spring 2020
HECUBA - Albery Theatre. RSC transfer from Stratford of Euripides classic. Spring 2005.
HEDDA - Gate Theatre. Ibsen's Hedda Gabler set in 21st century London. Autumn 2008
HEDDA GABLER - Duke of York's Theatre. Richard Eyre directs Eve Best in Ibsen transfer from Almeida. Spring-summer 2005
HEDDA GABLER - Old Vic Theatre. Sheridan Smith in Ibsen drama. Autumn 2012
THE HEIGHT OF THE STORM - Wyndhams Theatre. Florian Zeller drama about love and loss. Autumn 2018
THE HEIRESS - Lyttelton Theatre Classy forties adaptation of Henry James's novel about an unsuitable match, starring Alan Howard. 2000
HEISENBERG - THE UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE - Wyndhams Theatre. Romantic comedy formula tweaked for older characters. 2017-2018
HELLO NORMA JEANE - Park Theatre. Essex granny announces she's actually Marilyn Monroe. March 2016
HENRY IV, PARTS 1 & 2 - Barbican Theatre. RSC transfers the whole history cycle from Stratford. Desmond Barritt is Falstaff.Spring 2001
HENRY IV, PART 1 - Open Air Theatre. Christopher Benjamin was Falstaff in the Park. Summer 2004
HENRY IV, PARTS 1 & 2 - Olivier Theatre. Michael Gambon as Falstaff for the National Theatre. Summer 2005.
HENRY IV, PARTS 1 & 2 - Roundhouse. RSC did all eight Shakespearean history plays. David Warner was Falstaff. Spring 2008
HENRY IV PARTS I AND II - Barbican Theatre. RSC, with Antony Sher as Falstaff. Winter 2014-2015; Winter 2015-2016
HENRY IV - Donmar Theatre. All-female production. Autumn 2014
HENRY IV - Donmar at King's Cross. Return of all-female production from 2014.  Autumn 2016
HENRY V - Barbican Theatre. RSC transfers the whole history cycle from Stratford. William Houston is Hal. Spring 2001
HENRY V and ROMEO AND JULIET - British Touring Shakspeare alternates the two. Shaw Theatre Spring 2002, then tour
HENRY V - Olivier Theatre. Adrian Lester was Shakespeare's soldier-king. Spring-summer 2003
HENRY V - Roundhouse. RSC did all eight Shakespearean history plays. Spring 2008
HENRY V - Hampstead Theatre. All-male Propeller Compnay in Shakespeare. Summer 2012
HENRY V - Noel Coward Theatre. Jude Law starred. Winter 2013-2014.
HENRY V - Barbican Theatre. RSC Winter 2015-2016
HENRY VI, PARTS 1, 2 & 3 - Young Vic. RSC gives rare chance to see all three (they're usually condensed).Spring 2001
HENRY VI, PARTS 1, 2 & 3 - Roundhouse. RSC did all eight Shakespearean history plays. Spring 2008
HER NAKED SKIN - Olivier Theatre. Rebecca Lenkiewicz on the Suffragettes. Summer 2008
THE HERD - Bush Theatre. Birthday party gone sour exposes family issues. Autumn 2013
HERE WE GO - Lyttelton Theatre. Caryl Churchill play about ageing and death. December 2015
THE HERETIC - Royal Court Theatre. Politics and science clash over climate change. Spring 2011
HILDA - Hampstead Theatre. Drama of rich woman's obsession with her housekeeper. Spring 2006
HINTERLAND - Cottesloe Theatre. Irish politics and personalities - Patrick Malahide in NT coproduction with Abbey and Out of Joint. Spring 2002.
HIS DARK MATERIALS - Olivier Theatre. Two-part dramatisation of Philip Pullman novels. Winter-spring 2003-2004, then winter-spring 2005-2006

HIS GREATNESS - Finborough Theatre. Portrait of a playwright in decline. Spring 2012
.HIS TEETH - Only Connect Theatre. Illegal immigrant's story performed by ex-prisoners. Autumn 2011
THE HISTORY BOYS - Lyttelton Theatre. Alan Bennett drama of pupils and teachers in boys' school. Winter 2004 - summer 2005; winter 2005-2006; spring 2007
HITCHCOCK BLONDE - Lyric Theatre. Terry Johnson's look at the Hitchcock myth. Spring-summer 2003
THE HOBBIT - Queen's Theatre. Holiday season of stage version of Tolkien. Winter 2001-2002.
HOLDING THE MAN - Trafalgar Studios. Story of Australian gay romance Spring 2010
HOLE - Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. Women's mistreatment and anger. Winter 2018-2019
THE HOLY ROSENBERGS - Cottesloe Theatre. Jewish family in London affected by events in Israel. Spring 2011
HOLY SHIT - Kiln Theatre. Getting a child into a good school. Autumn 2018
THE HOLY TERROR - Duke of York's Theatre. Simon Callow in Simon Grey's rewrite of play seen in 1987 as Melon. Three week run in Spring 2004
HOME, I'M DARLING - Dorfman and Duke of York's Theatres. Woman tries to live by 1950s standards.Dorfman 2018, Duke's 2019

HOMEBODY/KABUL - Young Vic. Tony Kushner's Off-Broadway hit looked at East looking at West. May-June 2002
THE HOMECOMING - Comedy Theatre. Ian Holm, who was in the original 36 years ago, stars in new production of Pinter classic.Autumn 2001
THE HOMECOMING - Almeida Theatre. Pinter's troubled family. Spring 2008
THE HOMECOMING - Trafalgar Studios.  Pinter family drama. 2015-2016

THE HOME PLACE - Comedy Theatre. Tom Courtenay in Brian Friel drama. Summer 2005
HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA - Finborough Theatre. Ups and downs of a gay romance. Summer 2018
HONOUR - Cottesloe Theatre. Eileen Atkins and Corin Redgrave in dissection of failed marriage. Spring 2003.

HONOUR - Wyndham's Theatre. Diana Rigg in marriage-dissection play done at the National 2003. Spring 2006
HOPE - Royal Court Theatre. Town Council deals with budget cuts. Winter 2014-2015
HOPELESSLY DEVOTED - Tricycle Theatre. Prisoner given the opportunity to express herself in songs. Spring 2014
THE HOSTAGE - Southwark Theatre. Brendan Behan comedy-drama. February 2010
THE HOTEL PLAYS - Grange Holborn and Langham Hotels. Three plays by Tennessee Williams set in and performed in hotel rooms. Autumn 2012; Spring 2014
THE HOTEL IN AMSTERDAM - Donmar Warehouse. Late John Osborne drama Autumn 2003
THE HOUR WE KNEW NOTHING OF EACH OTHER - Lyttelton Theatre. Peter Handke play without words.Spring 2008
THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA - Lyttelton Theatre. Penelope Wilton in Garcia Lorca drama. Spring-summer 2005
THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA - Almeida Theatre. Lorca drama of sexual frustration transported to modern Iran Winter-Spring 2012
THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA - Lyttelton Theatre. Lorca Drama. Winter 2023-2024
THE HOUSE OF BILQUIS BIBI - Hampstead Theatre. Garcia Lorca's Bernarda Alba set in Pakistan. Summer 2010
HOUSE OF GAMES - Almeida Theatre. Adaptation of David Mamet con-men film. Autumn 2010   

THE HOUSE OF SHADES - Almeida Theatre. Family epic reflects political events. Spring 2022

HOW TO BE AN OTHER WOMAN - Gate Theatre Guide to illicit affairs. Autumn 2010
HOW TO CURSE - Bush Theatre. Drama of troubled youth's obsession with Shakespeare. Autumn 2007
HOW TO HOLD YOUR BREATH - Royal Court Theatre. Economic meltdown as a demonic curse. 2015
HOWARD KATZ - Cottesloe Theatre. Ron Cook in Patrick Marber's play about a theatrical agent's mid-life crisis. Summer-autumn 2001
HUMAN ANIMALS - Royal Court Theatre. Overreaction to an ecological crisis makes things worse. Spring 2016
HUMBLE BOY - Gielgud Theatre. New play about mother, son and bumblebees. NT winter 2001-2002, West End to July 2002
A HUNDRED WORDS FOR SNOW - Trafalgar Studio 2. Teenage explorer's tales. March 2019
HUNDREDS AND THOUSANDS - Soho Theatre. Story of dark love. Summer2011
HUNGER - Arcola Theatre. Young man alone in the city. Winter 2019
HUNGRY GHOSTS - Orange Tree Theatre. Westerner encounters political repression in China. Winter 2010
THE HUNT - Almeida Theatre. Adaptation of Danish film of teacher falsely accused.  Summer 2019
THE HUSBANDS - Soho Theatre. Indian village in which women have multiple husbands. Spring 2014
HUSBANDS AND SONS - Dorfman Theatre. Three D H Lawrence dramas of mining life combined. Winter 2015-2016
HYMN - Almeida Theatre. Encounter of men who didn't know they were brothers.  Summer 2021
HYSTERIA - Hampstead Theatre. Terry Johnson's play put Sigmund Freud, Salvador Dali and a naked lady in the same room.

I AM A CAMERA - Southwark Playhouse. Isherwood, Sally Bowles and Berlin in the 1930s. Autumn 2012
I AM MY OWN WIFE - Duke of York's Theatre. Pulitzer Prize and Tony winner about transvestite Nazi survivor lasted only a month in 2005
I AND YOU - Hampstead Theatre. Teenagers bond over poetry.Autumn 2018
.I CALL MY BROTHERS - Gate Theatre. Innocent Muslim after a bombing. Autumn 2016
I CAUGHT CRABS IN WALBERSWICK - Bush Theatre. Coming-of-age comedy-drama. November 2008
I DIDN'T ALWAYS LIVE HERE - Finborough Theatre. Life in a Glasgow tenement. Spring 2013
I'M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD - Finborough Theatre. Playwright father and actress daughter await reviews. Spring 2017
I NEVER GET DRESSED TIL AFTER DARK ON SUNDAYS - Cock Tavern. Hitherto unproduced Tennessee Williams play. Spring 2011
I SEE YOU - Royal Court Theatre Upstairs. An ordinary traffic stop exposes cracks in the new South Africa. March 2016
I WISH TO DIE SINGING - Finborough Theatre. Verbatim accounts of the Armenian genocide of 1915. Spring 2015
THE ICE CREAM BOYS - Jermyn Street Theatre. South African drama. Autumn 2019
IDOMENEUS - Gate Theatre. Modern take on Greek tragedy. Summer 2014
IF THERE IS I HAVEN'T FOUND IT YET - Bush Theatre. Troubled teen and useless adults. Autumn 2009
IF YOU DON'T LET US DREAM WE WON'T LET YOU SLEEP - Royal Court Theatre. Political drama. Spring 2013
I'LL BE THE DEVIL - Tricycle Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company in new play by Leo Butler about the English occupation of Ireland..Spring 2008
IMAGE OF AN UNKNOWN YOUNG WOMAN - Gate Theatre. The chaos of political uprising and civil war. Spring 2015
IMPERIUM - Gielgud Theatre. Two-part epic RSC play about ancient Rome. Autumn 2018

IN A FOREST DARK AND DEEP - Vaudeville Theatre. Neil LaBute play about uncovered secrets. Spring 2011
IN A DARK DARK HOUSE - Almeida Theatre. Play by Neil LaBute about estranged brothers. Winter 2008-2009
IN BASILDON - Royal Court Theatre. Death reignites a family feud. Spring 2012
IN FLAME - New Ambassadors Theatre. Charlotte Jones' view of two groups of women separated by a century.Autumn 2000.
IN CELEBRATION - Duke of York's Theatre. A family reunion ends in tears in David Storey's 1969 drama. Summer 2007
IN CELEBRATION OF HAROLD PINTER - Gate Theatre. Two one-acts: A Kind of Alaska and A Slight Ache. Spring 2006
IN THE BAR OF A TOKYO HOTEL - Charing Cross Theatre. Late Tennessee Williams play about the fading of talent and desire. Spring 2016.
IN THE JUNGLE OF CITIES - Arcola Theatre. Brecht drama. Autumn 2013
IN THE NIGHT TIME (BEFORE THE SUN RISES) - Gate Theatre. Parents of crying infant try to make it through the night. February 2016
IN THE REPUBLIC OF HAPPINESS - Royal Court Theatre. Martin Crimp play about the search for fulfilment  Winter 2012-2013
IN YOUR HANDS - New End Theatre. Play set in the 2002 Moscow theatre hostage crisis.Autumn 2006
INADMISSABLE EVIDENCE - Donmar Theatre. Douglas Hodge as John Osborne's guilt-ridden lawyer. Autumn 2011
INCIDENT AT VICHY - Finborough Theatre. Arthur Miller drama set in WW2. Spring 2017
THE INCIDENT ROOM - New Diorama Theatre. Police investigation: the search for the Yorkshire Ripper.  Spring 2020
INCOGNITO - Bush Theatre. Nick Payne play about memory and identity. Spring 2014
INDECENT - Menier Chocolate Factory. Putting on a controversial play. Autumn 2021
INGREDIENT X - Royal Court Theatre. Black comedy of addiction. Spring 2010
INHERIT THE WIND - Old Vic Theatre. Kevin Spacey in American courtroom drama. Autumn-Winter 2009
INK - Almeida and Duke Of York's Theatres. The brash beginnings of modern tabloid journalism. 2017-2018
INSIDE BITCH - Royal Court Theatre. Women in prison Winter-Spring 2019
AN INSPECTOR CALLS - Playhouse Theatre. Priestley given startling new resonances in Stephen Daldry's award-winning production. Closed May 2002; revived 2009-2010.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CORRECT ASSEMBLY - Royal Court Theatre. Trying to make the perfect child. Spring 2018
TEH [sic] INTERNET IS SERIOUS BUSINESS - Royal Court Theatre. How pranking hackers declared war on businesses and governments. Autumn 2014
INTO THE NUMBERS - Finborough Theatre. Research into historical horrors threatens researcher's sanity.January 2018
THE INVISIBLE - Bush Theatre. Problems of the Legal Aid system. Summer 2015
THE INVISIBLE HAND - Tricycle Theatre. American captive in Pakistan plays the stock market to raise his own ransom. Summmer 2016
THE INVISIBLE MAN - Menier Chocolate Factory. Ken Hill's spoof version of the Wells tale. Winter 2010-2011
THE IPHIGENIA QUARTET - Gate Theatre. Four short plays inspired by Greek myth, performed over two nights. Spring 2016
IPHIGENIA AT AULIS - Lyttelton Theatre. Katie Mitchell directs Euripides in 20th century dress. Summer 2004.
IRISH BLOOD, ENGLISH HEART - Trafalgar Studios. Estranged brothers meet over father's legacy. Spring 2011
THE ISLAND - Old Vic Theatre. John Kani & Winston Ntshona in their classic collaboration with Athol Fugard. January-April 2002.
THE ISLAND OF SLAVES - Lyric Hammersmith. Neil Bartlett's adaptation of Marivaux's fable of class reversals. Spring 2002.
THE ISLAND PRINCESS - Gielgud Theatre Arabian Nights-style play by John Fletcher, part of RSC season of Shakespeare's contemporaries. Winter 2002-2003
ISLANDS - Bush Theatre. Satire of tax havens. January-February 2015
IT JUST STOPPED - Orange Tree Theatre. Satire as the end of the world brings out the worst in people. January-February 2014
IVANOV - Cottesloe Theatre. Katie Mitchell directs the early Chekhov.2002
IVANOV - Wyndham's Theatre. Kenneth Branagh in Tom Stoppard version of Chekhov. Autumn 2008

IWITNESS - Finborough Theatre. Drama by Joshua Sobel about anti-Nazi hero. January 2007
THE JAMES PLAYS - Olivier Theatre. Trilogy of plays about Scottish Kings James I, James II and James III. Autumn 2014
JANE EYRE - Trafalgar Studios. Touring company Shared Experience does Bronte. Summer 2006
JANE EYRE - Lyttelton Theatre. Bronte novel dramatised in Bristol Old Vic production. Winter 2015-2016; Autumn 2017
JAPES - Haymarket Theatre. Simon Gray looks at two brothers and the woman they both love Spring 2001
JELLYFISH - Bush and Dorfman Theatres. Mother is concerned when Down's syndrome daughter falls in love. Bush Summer 2018; Dorfman Summer 2019
JERUSALEM - Royal Court, then Apollo Theatre. Portrait of village ne'er-do-well as metaphor for vanishing England. 2009-2010; return 2011-2012; 2022
JESUS HOPPED THE A TRAIN - Young Vic Theatre. Prison drama. Spring 2019
THE JEW OF MALTA - Swan Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon. Marlowe drama of rampant villainy. Spring-Summer 2015
JITNEY - Lyttelton Theatre. August Wilson explores the lives of African-American cab drivers in the 1970s. Autumn 2001
JITNEY - Old Vic Theatre. August Wilson's drama set in 1970s  Summer 2022
JOE TURNER'S COME AND GONE - Young Vic Theatre. Black American life in 1911. Summer 2010
JOHN - Lyttelton Theatre. DV8 dance-drama about one man's search for love.  Winter 2014-2015
JOHN FERGUSON - Finborough Theatre. Irish farm drama. Spring 2014
JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN - Donmar Warehouse. Ibsen by way of David Eldridge.Spring 2007
JONAH AND OTTO - Park Theatre.  Encounter of an older and younger man. Autumn 2014
JOURNEY'S END - Duke of York's Theatre. Revival of the World War One drama 2003-2006; 2011
J'OUVERT - Harold Pinter Theatre.  Being involved in the Notting Hill carnival  Summer 2021
JUBILEE - Lyric Hammersmith. Stage version of film about the 1970s. Februaary-March 2018
THE JUDAS KISS - Hampstead and Duke of York's Theatres. David Hare on Oscar Wilde and Bosie. Hampstead Autumn 2012, Duke's Winter-Spring 2013
JUDE - Hampstead Theatre. Young woman's hunger for education. Spring 2019
JUDGEMENT DAY - Almeida Theatre. Von Horvath drama of guilt and punishment. Autumn 2009
JULIUS CAESAR - Barbican Theatre. Greg Hicks, Tim Pigott-Smith and Tom Mannion in togas for the RSC. Winter 2001-2002.
JULIUS CAESAR  -  Roundhouse. Part of Royal Shakespeare Company season. Winter 2010-2011
JULIUS CAESAR  - Donmar Theatre. All-female production. Winter 2012-2013
JULIUS CAESAR  - Donmar at King's Cross. Return of all-female production from 2012. Autumn 2016
JULIUS CAESAR - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company season of Roman plays. Winter 2017-2018. 
JULIUS CAESAR - Bridge Theatre. Promenade production, with audience playing the Romans. Winter-Spring 2018
THE JUNGLE - National and Playhouse Theatres. Life in a refugee camp. National Spring 2018; Playhouse Summer-Autumn 2018
JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK - Lyttelton Theatre. Sinead Cusack in O'Casey.  Winter 2011-2012

THE KAOS RENAISSANCE - Touring company's romp through the times of the Borgias and Leonardo. Winter 2000-2001.
THE KAOS TITUS ANDRONICUS - Touring company with signature physical style tackles Shakespeare's bloodbath. 2001.
KAROO MOOSE - Tricycle Theatre. African fable of revenge and liberation. Summer 2009
KEAN - Apollo Theatre. Antony Sher as the colourful 19th century actor. Summer 2007
KEELER - Charing Cross Theatre. Drama of the 1963 Profumo Affair. Autumn 2013
KEEP WATCHING - New Diorama Theatre. Devised play about surveillance. Spring 2019
KHOJALY - St Pauls and Union Theatre. Verbatim accounts of war atrocity. Spring 2022
THE KID STAYS IN THE PICTURE - Royal Court Theatre. Hollywood producer's story. Spring 2017
KILLER JOE - Trafalgar Studios. Gothic noir in the American South.  Summer 2018
KIN - Royal Court Theatre. Play set in girls' school. Winter 2010   
KIN - Lyttelton Theatre. Dance drama about asylum seekers. Winter 2023-2024
A KIND OF PEOPLE - Royal Court Theatre. The effects of just one bit of racism too many. Winter 2019-2020
KINDERTRANSPORT - Hampstead Theatre. Experience and later life of a German Jewish child in England. Spring 2007
KING CHARLES III - Almeida and Wyndham's Theatres. The next king's reign as Shakespearean tragedy Almeida Spring 2014; Wyndham's Autumn-Winter 2014-2015
KING HEDLEY II - Tricycle Theatre. August Wilson's look at African-American life in the 1980s. Winter 2002-2003
KING HEDLEY II - Theatre Royal Stratford East. August Wilson play about black life in 1980s America. Spring 2019
KING JOHN - The Pit. RSC does what may be Shakespeare's least-performed play. Guy Henry stars. Stratford summer 2001; London winter 2001-2002
KING LEAR - Old Vic Theatre. Timothy West starred in touring production. London Spring 2003.
KING LEAR - Albery Theatre. RSC transfer from Stratford. Corin Redgrave starred. Stratford 2004; London 2005.
KING LEAR - New London Theatre. RSC from Stratford, with Ian McKellen. Winter 2007-2008
KING LEAR - Young Vic Theatre. Veteran character actor Pete Postlethwaite was the king. Winter-Spring 2009
KING LEAR - Donmar Warehouse. Derek Jacobi starred. Winter 2010-2011
KING LEAR - Roundhouse. RSC production with Greg Hicks. January-February 2011
KING LEAR - Almeida Theatre. Jonathan Pryce starred. Autumn 2012
KING LEAR - Olivier Theatre. Simon Russell Beale starred. 2014
KING LEAR - Old Vic Theatre. Glenda Jackson played the king.  Autumn 2016
KING LEAR - Barbican Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company, with  Antony Sher. Autumn 2016
THE KING OF HELL'S PALACE - Hampstead Theatre. The spread of AIDS in China.Autumn 2019
THE KING'S SPEECH - Wyndham's Theatre. Stage version of film about George V and his therapist. Spring 2012
THE KINGDOM - Soho Theatre. Classical myth in modern Irish setting. Autumn 2012
KINGDOM OF EARTH - The Print Room. Tennessee Williams drama of feuding brothers. Spring 2011
KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN - Menier Chocolate Factory. New play version of novel about two convicts bonding. Spring 2018
THE KITCHEN - Olivier Theatre. Arnold Wesker day-at-work play. Autumn 2011
THE KITE RUNNER - Wyndham's and Playhouse Theatres. Stage version of novel. Wyndham'sWinter 2016-2017; Playhouse Summer 2017
KLOOK'S LAST STAND - Park Theatre. Love story of two damaged people. Summer 2014
THE KNIGHT FROM NOWHERE and THE BELLS - Park Theatre. Salute to 19th-century actor Henry Irving and to one of his biggest successes. December 2015
KNIVES IN HENS -  Donmar Theatre. Can you have thoughts if you don't have the words for them? Autumn 2017
THE KNOT OF THE HEART - Almeida Theatre. Fall and rise of a middle-class heroin addict. Spring 2011
THE KNOWLEDGE - Bush Theatre. Teaching in a no-hope school. January-February 2011
THE KNOWLEDGE - Charing Cross Theatre. Learning to be London cabbies. Autumn 2017
KRAPP'S LAST TAPE - Ambassadors Theatre. John Hurt in Beckett's one-hour study in old age and memory. Jan-Mar 2000.
KRAPP'S LAST TAPE - Royal Court Theatre. Two Nobel laureates in one - Harold Pinter acts in Beckett. Autumn 2006
KRAPP'S LAST TAPE - Duchess Theatre. Michael Gambon in Beckett. Autumn 2010
KRAPP'S LAST TAPE - Jermyn Street Theatre. Triple bill with  Eh Joe, The Old Tune. January 2020
THE KREUTZER SONATA - Gate Theatre. Staging of Tolstoy novella about jealous husband. Autumn 2009
THE KREUTZER SONATA - Arcola Theatre. Monologue of jealous husband. July 2016
KUNENE AND THE KING - Ambassadors Theatre. RSC in South African play. Winter-Spring 2020
KURT AND SID - Trafalgar Studios. Imagined meeting of Cobain and Vicious. Autumn 2009

LABYRINTH - Hampstead Theatre. Drama of an international banking crisis. Autumn 2016
THE LADY FROM DUBUQUE - Haymarket Theatre. Maggie Smith as Edward Albee's angel of death. Spring 2007
THE LADY FROM THE SEA - Donmar Theatre. Ibsen on the need to see each other clearly. Autumn 2017

LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN - Haymarket Theatre. Peter Hall directs Vanessa Redgrave and Joely Richardson in Oscar Wilde. Spring 2002.
THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNING - Finborough Theatre. Fringe production of Christopher Fry's verse romance.Spring 2007
LAND OF THE DEAD / HELTER SKELTER - Bush Theatre. Two plays by Neil LaBute. January-February 2008
LAND WITHOUT DREAMS - Gate Theatre. Call for faith in the future. Autumn 2019
LANDS - Bush Theatre. Why we can never really care about each other. Autumn 2018
LANDSCAPE, A KIND OF ALASKA and Revue Sketches - Harold Pinter Theatre. Short works by Harold Pinter, part of a season of Pinter At The Pinter. Autumn 2018

LANDSCAPE WITH WEAPON - Cottesloe Theatre. Joe Penhall play about the morality of arms development Spring 2007
THE LARAMIE PROJECT - Cochrane Theatre. Group-created work based on shocking American murder case. Spring 2003
LARKIN WITH WOMEN - Orange Tree Theatre. Poet Philip Larkin and his three mistresses. Spring 2006
THE LAST CIGARETTE - Trafalgar Studios. Staging of Simon Gray's memoirs.Spring 2009
THE LAST CONFESSION - Haymarket Theatre. Politics and possible murder in the Vatican. Summer 2007
THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT - Almeida Theatre. Otherworldly court considers his appeal against damnation. Spring 2008
THE LAST OF THE DUCHESS - Hampstead Theatre. The circle around the Duchess of Windsor in her last years. Autumn 2011
THE LAST OF THE HAUSSMANS - Lyttelton Theatre. Ageing flower child and her family. Summer-Autumn 2012
THE LAST ONES - Jermyn Street Theatre. Gorky drama. June 2017
THE LAST YANKEE - The Print Room. Arthur Miller on husbands, wives and depression. Autumn 2013
LATE COMPANY - Finborough Theatre and Trafalgar Studios. Upsetting truths are revealed by a suicide. Spring-Summer 2017
THE LATE HENRY MOSS - Almeida Theatre. Sam Shepard, two brothers, the American West Winter 2005-2006
THE LATE MIDDLE CLASSES - Donmar Warehouse. Simon Gray family drama. Summer 2010
LATIN AMERICAN THEATRE FESTIVAL - St. Andrew Church. Three contemporary plays in repertory.Autumn 2007
LAWRENCE AFTER ARABIA - Hampstead Theatre. Why the hero later tried to hide in anonymity. Spring 2016
LAY ME DOWN SOFTLY - Tricycle Theatre. Billy Roche play set in a travelling carnival. Summer 2011
THE LEHMAN TRILOGY - Lyttelton,  Piccadilly and Gillian Lynnne Theatres. Rise and Fall of an American dynasty. Lyttelton Summer-Autumn 2018; Piccadilly Summer 2019; Lynne Summer 2023
LEOPOLDSTADT - Wyndham's Theatre.  Tom Stoppard play about Austrian Jewish family. Winter-Spring 2020; Autumn 2021

LES BLANCS - Olivier Theatre. Lorraine Hansberry drama set in colonial Africa. Spring 2016
LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES- Playhouse Theatre Revival of Christopher Hampton's version of the French tale of seductions. December 2003
LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Donmar Warehouse. 18th century French novel of debauchees debauching others. 2015-2016
A LESSON FROM ALOES - Finborough Theatre. South African drama. March 2019.
LET THE RIGHT ONE IN - Royal Court and Apollo Theatres. Teenage vampire romance. Royal Court December 2013; Apollo Summer 2014
LET THERE BE LOVE - Tricycle Theatre. Comedy-drama by Kwame Kwei-Armah, about an old man and his young nurse. January-February 2008
THE LETTER - Wyndham's Theatre. Somerset Maugham drama of British abroad. Autumn 2007
THE LIBERTINE - Haymarket Theatre. Escapades of the 17th-century Earl of Rochester.  Autumn 2016
A LIE OF THE MIND - Donmar Warehouse. Sam Shepard takes yet another look at a severely disfunctional family. Summer 2001
LIFE AFTER GEORGE - Duchess Theatre. Hannie Rayson play about a dead man and his three ex-wives. March 2002.
LIFE AFTER SCANDAL - Hampstead Theatre. Interviews with real-life figures who survived public exposure. Autumn 2007
A LIFE IN THE THEATRE - Apollo Theatre. Patrick Stewart in David Mamet's peek backstage. Winter-Spring 2005.
LIFE IS A DREAM - Donmar Warehouse. Calderon drama of imprisoned man's reaction to freedom. Autumn 2009.
THE LIFE OF GALILEO - Olivier Theatre. Simon Russell Beale in Brecht. Summer-Autumn 2006
LIFE OF GALILEO - Young Vic Theatre. Brecht's view of science v. religion. Spring 2017
LIFEGAME - Lyric Hammersmith. Improvisations based on audience members' lives. Summer 2010
LIGHT SHINING IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE - Lyttelton Theatre. Caryl Churchill drama set in the English Civil War. Spring 2015
THE LIGHTNING PLAY - Almeida Theatre. Charlotte Jones play about doomed evening of truth-telling Winter 2006-2007
LIKE A FISHBONE - Bush Theatre. Conflict over memorial to a tragedy. Summer 2010
LIMEHOUSE - Donmar Theatre. Political events of 1981. Spring 2017
LINDA - Royal Court Theatre. Woman who has it all watches it all crumble. Winter 2015-2016
THE LINDEN TREE - Orange Tree Theatre. J. B. Priestley play of family debate. Spring 2006
THE LINE - Arcola Theatre. Timberlake Wertenbaker play about Degas. Winter 2009
LINGUA FRANCA - Finborough Theatre. New Peter Nichols play set in 1955. Summer 2010
THE LION IN WINTER - Haymarket Theatre. Family squabbles among the royals, in this case Henry I, his queen and sons. 2011-2012
LIPS - New End Theatre. One-man show about ventriloquist and his satanic dummy. Spring 2000.
THE LISBON TRAVIATA - King's Head. Terence McNally's seriocomic look at opera buffs. December 2003
LITTLE EAGLES - Hampstead Theatre. Royal Shakespeare Company in play about the Soviet space programme. Spring 2011
LITTLE EYOLF - Jermyn Street Theatre. Ibsen portrait of grieving parents. Spring 2011 
LITTLE EYOLF - Almeida Theatre. Ibsen on the emotions a crisis lets loose, adapted by Richard Eyre. Winter 2015-2016
THE LITTLE FOXES - Donmar Theatre. Lillian Hellman's drama of a cut-throat Southern family. Autumn 2001
LITTLE LIGHT - Orange Tree Theatre. Emotion-filled family luncheon exposes painful secrets. February 2015
LITTLE MALCOLM AND HIS STRUGGLE AGAINST THE EUNUCHS - Southwark Playhouse. Satire of student would-be revolutionaries. Summer 2015
LITTLE PLATOONS - Bush Theatre. Parents try to start their own school. January-February 2011
LITTLE REVOLUTION - Almeida Theatre. Alecky Blythe verbatim piece on the 2011 riots. Autumn 2014
LITTLE WOMEN - Duchess Theatre. Holiday staging of Louisa May Alcott's classic. Winter 2004-2005
LIVE FROM GOLGOTHA - Drill Hall. Gore Vidal's satiric look at early Christianity and modern media. Autumn 2002
THE LIVING ROOM - Jermyn Street Theatre. Graham Greene drama. Spring 2013
LIVING WITH THE LIGHTS ON - Young Vic Theatre. Actor Mark Lockyer's experience of being bipolar. December 2016
LOBBY HERO - New Ambassadors Theatre. Transfer of Kenneth Lonergan's drama set in Manhattan apartment building. Summer 2002
.LONDON WALL - Finborough Theatre & St James Theatre. 1931 play about the lives and loves of office workers. Spring 2013
LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT - Lyric Theatre. Eugene O'Neill's tragic masterpiece, with Jessica Lange and Charles Dance. Winter 2000-2001
LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT - Apollo Theatre. David Suchet and Laurie Metcalf in Eugene O'Neill's tragedy. 2012
LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT - Wyndham's Theatre. Eugene O'Neill classic. Winter-Spring 2018
LONGING - Hampstead Theatre. William Boyd play drawn from Chekhov short stories. Spring 2013
LOVE AND INFORMATION - Royal Court Theatre. Caryl Churchill script made up of sixty short thoughts on the title themes. Autumn 2012
LOVE CHILD - Finborough Theatre. Woman meets daughter she gave up for adoption years ago. Spring 2007
THE LOVE GIRL AND THE INNOCENT - Southwark Playhouse. Russian novel. Autumn 2013
LOVE HORSE - White Bear Theatre. Debt collecting, gene splicing and romance. Winter 2009
LOVE LOVE LOVE - Royal Court Theatre. Mike Bartlett play about children of the 1960s in the 1990s and 2010s. Spring 2012
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE - Lyric Hammersmith. A couple observed in 1967, 1990 and 2011. Spring 2020
LOVEPLAY - The Pit. Royal Shakespeare Company in Moira Buffoni's look at love through the ages Spring 2001
LOVE THE SINNER - Cottesloe Theatre. Drama of man's spiritual and sexual crisis. Spring-Summer 2010
A LOVELY SUNDAY FOR CREVE COEUR - Print Room at the Coronet. Tennessee Williams comedy-drama. Autumn 2016
THE LOWER DEPTHS - Finborough Theatre. New version of Gorky's play of down-and-outs. Spring 2007
LOWER NINTH - Trafalgar Studios. Drama set in post-hurricane New Orleans Autumn 2010
LOYALTY - Hampstead Theatre. Behind the scenes at Number Ten in the Blair years. Summer 2011
LUCKY SEVEN - Hampstead Theatre. New play about a Seven-Up style TV series. November 2008
LUISE MILLER - Donmar Warehouse. Schiller drama of love and honour. Summer 2011
LULU - Gate Theatre. New version of Wedekind's drama of the irresistable woman. Summer 2010
LUMINOSITY - The Pit. RSC in Nick Stafford's new play about secrets of a South African family.Spring 2001
LUNA GALE - Hampstead Theatre. Social worker struggles with child custody case. Summer 2015
LUNCH and THE BOW OF ULYSSES - Trafalgar Studios. Two plays by Steven Berkoff show the same couple 20 years apart. Autumn 2016
LA LUPA - The Pit. RSC transfers Giovanni Verga drama of mother & daughter in romantic triangle. Winter 2000-2001
LUTHER - Olivier Theatre. Rufus Sewell takes the title role in this revival of John Osborne's bio-play at the National. Autumn 2001.

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