show entries

2019 Entries


 The entries for the 2019 Festival so far...

  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 Nottingham.
  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.