This House (Student Editions) (Paperback)
For the first time, this play - first performed in 2012 at the National Theatre - is published in the Methuen Drama Student Edition series. It features commentary & notes by Nicholas Holden, Lecturer in Drama at the University of Greenwich, UK, that help the student unpack the play's social, political and cultural context, as well as its themes, language, structure and production history.
In tough times, the British do what we have always done. We muddle through.
James Graham is a playwright and film and television writer. His work for theatre, film and TV includes This House; Ink; Finding Neverland (with Gary Barlow); Quiz; Sketching; The Culture; Labour of Love; Monster Raving Loony; Caught in a Trap; Coalition; Brexit: An Uncivil War; X and Y; The Vote; The Angry Brigade; Privacy; Sixty Six Books; Basset; The Man; The Whisky Taster; A History of Falling Things; SuddenLossOfDignity.Com; Tory Boyz; Sons of York; Little Madam; Eden's Empire and Albert's Boy. Nicholas Holden is Lecturer in Drama at the University of Greenwich, UK. He specialises in the contemporary British theatre, contemporary playwriting pedagogy and the work of the Royal Court Theatre. He is the co-convenor of the International Playwrights' Symposium.