Ever seen a life-changing play and had the wording of that perfect line escape your memory? Or wanted to relive a new work after it's closed in the West End? Whether you want to read for pleasure or study a work, picking up a playscript is a brilliant way to enjoy great theatre writing. You can find an extensive list of West End plays that have been published, with links to buy each one. Keep this page bookmarked, too, as we'll continue adding to it as new books become available, as well as expanding the wide array of London theatres covered.
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Richard Gadd's chilling autobiographical play recounts the writer's horror as a simple offer of a cup of tea transformed into a full-blown stalking nightmare. Read more about the play in our interview with Gadd.
Robert Icke's visionary update of Arthur Schnitzler's Professor Bernhardi gifted Juliet Stevenson a mammoth role when it premiered at the Almeida, and you'll want to reread the script after you've seen the play again and again.
Laura Wade's play imagines how Jane Austen's novel The Watsons might have been, if she hadn't abandoned it. The Olivier Award-winning writer's comedy premiered at the Menier, before a planned West End transfer.