shows entered so far

shows that have been entered for nsdf 19 so far: 

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  1. The Empiricist a new play by Caspar Bayliss and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  2. Eve a new play by Carrie Gaunt and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  3. hypoclitical a new play by Kitty Briggs and Andy Ball and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  4. AQUA SPECTACULA a new play by Jasmine Price and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  5. Cloudburst a new play by Zac Tiplady, and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  6. The Adventures of Slick Tuffman: a Noir Comedy a new play by Mike Bedigan and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  7. Flowers N That a new play by Bróccán Tyzack-Carlin, and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  8. Marsistan a new play by Hamza Adam Rafique, and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  9. The House of Influenze: A Spooky Tale of Frighteningness a new play by Andrew Shires and presented as part of the Durham Drama Festival 2018.
  10. Inferno a new play devised by Wrong Tree Theatre at Durham University.
  11. Jerusalem by Jez Butterworth, presented by Southampton University Theatre Group.
  12. Yen by Anna Jordan, presented by Fourthwall Theatre at Durham University.
  13. Why Is John Lennon Wearing a Skirt by Claire Dowie, presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.
  14. Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. by Alice Birch, presented by Warwick University Drama Society.
  15. Chasing Angels by Emyr John and presented by The Kingsway Plays from the University of Chester.
  16. Do I Wanna Know a new play by Felicity Chilver and presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.
  17. The Effect by Lucy Prebble and presented by UEA Drama Society.
  18. Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer, presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.
  19.  Rotterdam by Philip Ridley, presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.
  20. Zero Ultra a devised work by Milktooth from the University of Warwick.
  21. The Good Person of Sichuan adapted from Brecht by students at Wells Cathedral School.
  22. Memories of a Clockmaker a new play by Rory O'Sullivan and presented by Sheffield University Theatre Company.
  23. Tender a new play by Rosa Caines, presented by Big Mouth Collective from Drama Centre London.
  24. Salomé by Oscar Wilde, and presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.
  25. Cogito Ergo Bum a new play by Jonathan Davies and Ian Sheard, presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.
  26. Vaginal Discharge a new play by Florence Bell and presented by The Nottingham New Theatre. 
  27. About Lester a new play by Rohan Gotobed, presented by Coast to Coast Theatre Company at the University of East Anglia
  28. Magic Hour: The Murder Mystery Disco a new site specific piece presented by Quick Duck Theatre from the University of Birmingham 
  29. There Has Possibly Been an Incident by Chris Thorpe and presented by KIFLi Theatre as part of the Venture Fest at University of York 
  30. Franz Woyzeck a new adaptation based on Georg Buchner's Woyzeck, written by Daniel McVey and presented by The Nottingham New Theatre. 
  31. 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche by Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder and presented by Hild Bede Theatre at Durham University. 
  32. Rising Tides a new play by Emma White and presented by Cherry Tree Hill Productions from the University of Nottingham. 
  33. Aaron a devised piece by Wrong Tree Theatre from Durham University. 
  34. BA Performing Arts Showcase presented by Bucks New University. 
  35. BA Performing Arts Showcase presented by Bucks New University. 
  36. BA Performing Arts Showcase presented by Bucks New University. 
  37. BA Performing Arts Showcase presented by Bucks New University. 
  38. Macbeth by William Shakespeare and presented by The Nottingham New Theatre. 
  39. TANYA a new adaptation by Flora Wilson Brown and presented by Article 19 from the University of Birmingham. 
  40. LOVE (Watching Madness) a new devised piece by SpeakUp Theatre. 
  41. Nothing of Woman in Me presented by Flammavox (part of the Shakespeare Institute Players), Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham 
  42. Our Man in Havana a devised adaptation presented by Spies Like Us.
  43. Other People's Teeth by Dan Sareen and presented by Want the Moon Theatre. 
  44. Viking a new play presented by Intrepid Fools. 
  45. Eat Your Heart Out presented by Tightrope Theatre Productions from Oxford University. 
  46. Protest Song written by Tim Price and presented by The Florence Company. 
  47. Working Class Hero a new play by Ben Standish and presented by the Nottingham New Theatre.
  48. Beaker's Place a new play presented by Only Lucky Dogs.
  49. Liz a new musical comedy written by Harry Style and Louis Patterson and presented by Chevron Theatre. 
  50. The Half Moon Shania presented by Burnt Lemon Theatre Company. 
  51. The Devil you Know: A Horror Play by Emma Summerton. 
  52. Flattered a new piece of feminist theatre written by Fizz Margereson and presented by flattered collective. 
  53. Are You Still Watching? a devised piece from The Arden School of Theatre in collaboration with Eggs Collective.
  54. On the Job a new play by Luke Bateman and Elliott Williams. 
  55. Boys by Ella Hickson and presented by Lion Theatre Company and Fourth Wall Theatre.
  56. Passenger Car 425 a piece of interactive and immersive new writing by 1UPSTARTS. 
  57. BOST-UNI PLUES a new play written by Grace Gallagher and presented by Ugly Bucket using verbatim, clowning and phsycial theatre. 
  58. Testament a new play written by Sam Edmunds and presented by Chalk Line Theatre. 
  59. Philomela and her Sisters a new play written by Christian Billing, Kira Curtis, Campbell Edinborough, Erin Marsh, Cait McPhilemy and Sophie Stones.
  60. Robin Hood: The Truth Behind the Green Tights a comedy written by David Nielson and presented by Sheffield University Theatre Company.
  61. by Alistair McDowall and presented by the Nottingham New Theatre.
  62. The York Realist a play by Peter Gill and presented by Newcastle University Theatre Society. 
  63. Coram Boy adapted by Helen Edmundson and presented by students at Bloxham School.
  64. How to Save a Rock with a Circle a devised work-in-progress by Pigfoot Theatre. 
  65. A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing written by Eimear McBride & Annie Ryan and presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.
  66. Sea Wall by Simon Stephens and presented by Letterbox Productions. 
  67. Us/Them by Carly Wijs and presented by Pitch Productions. 
  68. Things We Do Not Know devised by Davina Chao and Kate Wyver using monologues provided by One25. 
  69. monster. a new play by James Huxtable and presented by Sheffield University Theatre Company. 
  70. Being and Nothingness a new play by Elysia Qiu and presented by strut and fret Theatre Company. 
  71. The Eaglet an adaptation of Edmond Rostand's 'L'Aiglon' presented by 3Bugs Fringe Theatre Company. 
  72. The Pillowman by Martin McDonagh and presented by Cuth's Drama Society at Durham University. 
  73. Pravda by David Hare and presented by the University of Manchester Drama Society. 
  74. The Woman Who Gave Birth To A Goat a devised absurd comedy written by Hugo Aguirre, Chloe Borthwick and Lizzie Manwaring. 
  75. Doctor Faustus an adaptation by Daniel McVey and presented by The Nottingham New Theatre. 
  76. Something Dark a new play by Lemn Sissay and presented by Lion Theatre Company at Durham University.
  77. 7.62 a new play by Conal Gallagher and presented by Sheffield University Theatre Company.
  78. I Caught Crabs in Walberswick by Joel Horwood and presented by University of Manchester Drama Society.
  79. Yen by Anna Jordan and presented by Pound of Flesh at Warwick University.
  80. Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. by Alice Birch and presented by Sheffield University Theatre Company. 
  81. Killology by Gary Owen and presented by Fourth Wall Theatre Company at Durham University.
  82. Stacy by Jack Thorne and presented by Letterbox Productions at Durham University.
  83. La Casbah a devised piece presented by Wrong Tree Theatre.
  84. Never Swim Alone by Daniel MacIvor and presented by Forge Collective.
  85. Urintown, the Musical by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis and presented by Shotgun Theatre at Exeter University.
  86. Gays in Space but make it Gayer a devised piece by Gays in Space at the University of Roehampton.
  87. The Game a devised piece by eLeven faCes theatre company at Leicester College.
  88. Grant Meets Death a new play by Sam Morris and presented by The Nottingham New Theatre.