Best of The Fest: Ten Years of the London New Play Festival
Best of The Fest
Edited by Phil Setren
About the book
Celebrating 10 years of the London New Play Festival, featuring six plays...
by Joe Penhall
Two small businessmen struggle to keep their flagging burger bar afloat, in the face of increasingly savage and bizarre forces.
by Judy Upton
Terrified of ageing, a caravan Casanova changes wives every decade, until a woman of the 90's challenges his routine.
Strindberg Knew My Father
by Mark Jenkins
Life becomes farce as Strindberg loses control over his characters while writing 'Miss Julie'.
In the Fields of Aceldama
by Naomi Wallace
When their only child dies in an accident, Mattie and Henry draw on her spirited past to find the strength to go on.
by Biyi Bandele
Baja and Langbaja trade stories about life, sex and god in a run-down shack. Will their stories sustain them, or trap them forever?
by Laura Bridgeman
House-sitting for gangsters, Honey and Moon enact a 'let's pretend' lesbian white wedding, parodying suburban customs.