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The Son of Learning

Austin Clarke's play based on the Irish satire Aislinge Mac Conglinne
Austin Clarke
George Allen & Unwin, London, 1927
Drama | Hard Cover | First Editions | Limited Editions

The Dramatic Works of John Webster

Four volumes, including The Duchess of Malfi and The White Devil.
John Webster, edited by William Hazlitt
Reeves and Turner, London, 1897
Drama | Hard Cover | First thus

Edna the Inebriate Woman

Illustrated with stills from the 1971 production
Jeremy Sandford
Marion Boyars, London, 1976
Drama | Hard Cover | Dustwrapper | First thus

Publii Terentii Cathaginiensis Afro Comoedia Sex

Terence's plays, published in 1736 by Westminster College
Collegii Westmonasteriensis, London, 1736
Drama | Hard Cover | Leather Bound | First thus

Scenes et Comedies

from the library of Richard Cobden's daughters, and signed by Jane Cobden, an early campaigner for women's rights
Octave Feuillet
Michel Levy Freres, Paris, 1855
Drama | Hard Cover | Signed Copies | Leather Bound

The Plays of Shakespeare

Ewing, Dublin, 1771. 11 volumes (of 12), from the text of Samuel Johnson
William Shakespeare, from the text of Dr Samuel Johnson
Thomas Ewing, Dublin, 1771
Drama | Hard Cover | Leather Bound

Hemlock for Eight, a Radio Play (Signed copy)

Signed by Clifford Bax to radio pioneer Mary Hope Allen
Clifford Bax, and Leon M Lion
Frederick Muller, London, 1946
Drama | Hard Cover | Signed Copies | First Editions | Dustwrapper

The Voice of Shem

Mary Manning's dramatisation of selected passages from Finnegans Wake
James Joyce, freely adapted for the theatre by Mary Manning, with an introduction by Denis Johnston
Faber & Faber, London, 1958
Drama | Hard Cover | First Editions | Dustwrapper

Our Betters

Somerset Maugham's comedy in three acts
W Somerset Maugham
William Heinemann, London, 1923
Drama | Soft Cover | First Editions

The Dramatists Get What They Want

A rare edition of a short J M Barrie play, printed and signed by Roger Lancelyn Green
J M Barrie, with a Preface by Roger Lancelyn Green
Privately printed for Roger Lancelyn Green, Wellingborough, 1986
Drama | Hard Cover | Signed Copies | First Editions | Limited Editions | Fine Bindings | Leather Bound

Three Tragedies of Federico Garcia Lorca

First thus, rebound in fine leather by Sotherans.
Federico Garcia Lorca, translated by James Graham-Lujan and Richard O'Connell, Introduction by Francisco Garcia Lorca
New Directions, New York, 1955
Drama | Hard Cover | First Editions | Fine Bindings | Leather Bound

Wetherby (Signed copy)

Signed by David Hare
David Hare, with photographs by Sophie Baker and Nobby Clark
Faber & Faber, London, 1985
Drama | Soft Cover | Signed Copies | First Editions

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