OBERON BOOKS

Posh (Oberon Modern Plays)

12,50

'Disgracefully entertaining? there is much fun to be had at the expense of these posh characters as they bicker, get wasted and lament the awfulness of the working classes.' **** --Telegraph'Wade has ..

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OBERON BOOKS | 9781840029840 | 96 Pág. | LIBRO

Sugar Mummies (Oberon Modern Plays)

Gupta, Tanika

15,00

Welcome to the twenty-first century, where women travel across the world in search of sex, love, and liberation but the reality is that hard cash equals hard men. "Sugar Mummies" is a funny, provocati..

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OBERON BOOKS | 9781840026559 | 96 Pág. | LIBRO

Venetian Twins/Mirandolina (Trans. Ranjit Bolt) (Absolute Classics)

Goldoni, Carlo

18,47

"Ranjit Bolt has come up with a marvelously robust and colloquial translation." - Daily Telegraph ..

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OBERON BOOKS | 9780948230639 | 144 Pág. | Rústica | inglés | LIBRO

Like a Virgin (OBERON MODERN PLAYWRIGHTS)

12,36

Bursting with wit and vitality...an incredibly moving play...wonderfully life affirming' Catherine Fellows, Scotsman 'This is a direct, unfussy, touching stuff' Benedict Nightingale, The Times 'The Hu..

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OBERON BOOKS | 9781840021400 | 88 Pág. | LIBRO

England (Oberon Modern Plays)

19,90

Tim Crouch, Britain's best mannered theatrical subversive, is at it again. ENGLAND cunningly lures the audience into examining the unspoken advantages of its position in the world and the way in which..

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OBERON BOOKS | 9781840027990 | 100 Pág. | LIBRO

Theatre of Catastrophe

David Ian Rabey (Eds.)Karoline Gritzner

24,40

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OBERON BOOKS | 9781840026726 | 0 Pág. | LIBRO

The rape of Tamar/La venganza de Tamar (Translated and adapted by Paul Whitworth)

Tirso de Molina

11,63

Molina's tragedy of epic proportions, based on the Old Testament story, which transcends its biblical origins. Premiered at The Lyric Hammersmith in a successful and much-lauded production.....

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OBERON BOOKS | 9780948230943 | 1999 | 120 Pág. | Rústica | LIBRO

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