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Paperback, 11/08/1986, £9.99
One of a series of titles first published by Faber between 1930 and 1990, and in a style and format planned with a view to the appearance of the volumes on the bookshelf. In this play, Stoppard parodies the philosophy lecturer, the detective thriller, the comedy of manners and the Whitehall farce.


Paperback, 10/05/1993, £9.99
This play takes readers back and forth between the 19th and 20th centuries. Set in a large country house in Derbyshire, a cast of characters from each century play out their respective dramas. The text explores topics such as the nature of truth and time.

Tom Stoppard Plays 2: The Dissolution of Dominic Boot; 'M' is for Moon Among Other Things; If You're Glad I'll Be Frank; Albert's Bridge; Where Are They Now?; Artist Descending a Staircase; The Dog It Was That Died; In the Native State; On 'Dover Beach'

Paperback, 20/09/2012, £18.99
Contains radio plays, which complement the author's work for the stage. The volume includes "In the Native State", which became the stage play "Indian Ink". It also includes "The Dissolution of Dominic Boot", "'M' is for Moon Among Other Things", "If You're Glad I'll Be Frank", "Albert's Bridge", "Where Are They Now?" and more.


Paperback, 16/03/2017, £9.99
A title that combines Wildean pastiche, political history, artistic debate, spoof reminiscence, and song-and-dance in judicious proportions. It is a Joycean web of literary allusions. It also includes a new preface by the author, and revisions made by him for a revival at the Menier Chocolate Factory, London, in October 2016.


Hardback, 06/02/2020, £14.99
Consequently, hundreds of thousands had fled from the Pale of Settlement and the pogroms in the East and many found sanctuary in the crowded tenements of the old Jewish quarter, Leopoldstadt. Tom Stoppard's new play is a passionate drama of love and endurance, an intimate play with an epic sweep, the story of a family who made good.

Rosencrantz and Guildernstern are dead

Paperback, £9.99
Featuring a play which takes place in the wings of Hamlet, this book includes both humour and poignancy in the situation of the ill-fated attendant lords.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

Paperback, 02/02/2017, £9.99
Tom Stoppard's reputation as a playwright was made when his dazzling debut, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, opened at the National Theatre. Fifty years later, the play's wit, stagecraft and verbal verve remain as exhilarating as they were in 1967. This edition aims to coincide with a fiftieth anniversary production at The Old Vic, London.