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Oxford Playscripts Series

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Book 1
Book 1

Oxford Playscripts: The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler

An engaging classroom playscript. When friend Danny steals a tenner and Dad stands for the local council, it's only the ... MoreOxford Playscripts: The Turbulent Term of Tyke Tiler

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Book 2
Book 2

Oxford Playscripts: Solace of the Road

Holly Hogan is on the run. Fed up of life in foster care and longing to be reunited with her mum, she packs a bag and he... MoreOxford Playscripts: Solace of the Road

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Book 3
Book 3

Oxford Playscripts: The White Rose and the Swastika

An engaging classroom playscript. Based on the true story of a brother and sister and how their initial enthusiasm for H... MoreOxford Playscripts: The White Rose and the Swastika

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Book 4
Book 4

Oxford Playscripts: Salem

An engaging classroom playscript. In 1692, 19 people were executed for witchcraft and the whole village was engulfed in ... MoreOxford Playscripts: Salem

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Book 5
Book 5

Oxford Playscripts: Flesh and Blood

A modern gothic chiller inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's 'The Body Snatcher' Lost in the middle of nowhere, Emma, Ca... MoreOxford Playscripts: Flesh and Blood

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Book 6
Book 6

Oxford Playscripts: Johnny & the Dead

An engaging classroom playscript. Johnny Maxwell, visiting the local cemetery, discovers that he can see the dead. He ca... MoreOxford Playscripts: Johnny & the Dead

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Book 7
Book 7

Oxford Playscripts: Frankenstein

An engaging classroom playscript. Frankenstein is the famous story of a young man who thinks he can change the world by ... MoreOxford Playscripts: Frankenstein

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Book 9
Book 9

Oxford Playscripts: Dracula

An engaging classroom playscript. He is Nosferatu, the Undead. He can walk through locked doors, change his shape. Some... MoreOxford Playscripts: Dracula

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Book 10
Book 10

Oxford Playscripts: Brother in the Land

An engaging classroom playscript. When a nuclear bomb wrecks his hometown and rips his family apart, 15-year-old Danny h... MoreOxford Playscripts: Brother in the Land

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Book 11
Book 11

Oxford Playscripts: The Invisible Man

An engaging classroom playscript. Blending science fiction with the dangers of human ambition, this is a story of scient... MoreOxford Playscripts: The Invisible Man

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Book 12
Book 12

Oxford Playscripts: My Swordhand is Singing

In the bitter cold of an unrelenting winter Tomas and his son, Peter, arrive in Chust and despite the inhospitability of... MoreOxford Playscripts: My Swordhand is Singing

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Book 13
Book 13

Oxford Playscripts: Blood Brothers

Twin brothers, Mickey and Edward, are separated at birth as their mother cannot afford to keep them both. Raised only st... MoreOxford Playscripts: Blood Brothers

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Book 14
Book 14

Oxford Playscripts: Jekyll and Hyde

An engaging classroom playscript. Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of gothic horror has now been adapted for second... MoreOxford Playscripts: Jekyll and Hyde

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Book 15
Book 15

Oxford Playscripts: The Valley of Fear

An engaging classroom playscript. John Douglas is a man with a past. Sherlock Holmes is the famous detective who finds p... MoreOxford Playscripts: The Valley of Fear

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Book 16
Book 16

Oxford Playscripts: King of Shadows

An engaging classroom playscript. Nat is a young actor performing as Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream. As the rehearsal... MoreOxford Playscripts: King of Shadows

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Book 17
Book 17

Oxford Playscripts: Werewolf

An engaging classroom playscript. Following the defeat of Charles I, the future of the villagers of Kilhope looks uncert... MoreOxford Playscripts: Werewolf

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Book 18
Book 18

Oxford Playscripts: The Demon Headmaster

An engaging classroom playscript. A group of friends take a stand against the actions of their Headmaster, who wants to ... MoreOxford Playscripts: The Demon Headmaster

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Book 19
Book 19

Oxford Playscripts: Troy

An engaging classroom playscript. The Greek champion Achilles is returning to the Trojan War. Intent on revenge for the ... MoreOxford Playscripts: Troy

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Book 20
Book 20

Oxford Playscripts: Dodger

An exciting classroom playscript based on Terry Pratchett's best-selling novel Dodger. Dodger is a sewer scavenger who s... MoreOxford Playscripts: Dodger

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Book 21
Book 21

Oxford Playscripts: The Three Musketeers

An engaging classroom playscript. Acclaimed Broadway playwright Ken Ludwig's humorous adaptation of this classic tale. F... MoreOxford Playscripts: The Three Musketeers

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Book 22
Book 22

Oxford Playscripts: Cry, The Beloved Country

An engaging classroom playscript. A moving adaptation of the classic South African novel by Alan Paton by acclaimed play... MoreOxford Playscripts: Cry, The Beloved Country

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Book 23
Book 23

Oxford Playscripts: Lady Macbeth

An engaging classroom playscript. Daughter of a Pictish king, Gruach is forced to marry her father's enemy by the new ru... MoreOxford Playscripts: Lady Macbeth

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Book 24
Book 24

Oxford Playscripts: The Snake-Stone

An engaging classroom playscript. Fifteen-year-old James is mad about diving and trains hard. He has a natural talent an... MoreOxford Playscripts: The Snake-Stone

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Book 25
Book 25

Oxford Playscripts: Our Day Out and other plays

In Our Day Out Mrs Kay's 'Progress Class' embark on an anarchic school trip to Conwy Castle in Wales. Assisted by the au... MoreOxford Playscripts: Our Day Out and other plays

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Book 26
Book 26

Oxford Playscripts: Doctor Faustus

An engaging classroom playscript. Doctor Faustus, a talented student in Wittenburg, Germany, wants to learn more than th... MoreOxford Playscripts: Doctor Faustus

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Book 27
Book 27

Oxford Playscripts: The Canterbury Tales

An engaging classroom playscript. Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer is dead! In a dramatic attempt to bring him back to... MoreOxford Playscripts: The Canterbury Tales

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Book 28
Book 28

Oxford Playscripts: Across the Barricades

An engaging classroom playscript. Kevin is Catholic. Sadie is Protestant. In Belfast they are supposed to be enemies - s... MoreOxford Playscripts: Across the Barricades

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Book 29
Book 29

Oxford Playscripts: Tess of the d'Urbervilles

Tess Durbeyfield seems destined for a simple life. The daughter of simple people, in a simple town, she knows her place ... MoreOxford Playscripts: Tess of the d'Urbervilles

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Book 30
Book 30

Oxford Playscripts: The Brotherhood of Smoke

Prisoner Five One Eight, Jack Wilson, has recently been released from jail, and is back roaming the streets of Victorian... MoreOxford Playscripts: The Brotherhood of Smoke

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Book 31
Book 31

Oxford Playscripts: One of Us

K is not scared of many things, but the Brotherhood terrify her. Caught in a bomb attack, she agrees to go undercover an... MoreOxford Playscripts: One of Us

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Book 32
Book 32

Oxford Playscripts: A View from the Bridge

This edition of Arthur Miller's tragic masterpiece brings the play alive for students whether in the classroom or drama ... MoreOxford Playscripts: A View from the Bridge

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Book 33
Book 33

Oxford Playscripts: Cowgirl

Growing up on the embattled Bryn Mawr Estate in South Wales, all Gemma sees are burglaries and boredom, as she holds ont... MoreOxford Playscripts: Cowgirl

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Book 34
Book 34

Oxford Playscripts: Bog Child

An engaging classroom playscript. Digging for peat in the mountain with his Uncle Tally, Fergus finds something that mak... MoreOxford Playscripts: Bog Child

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Book 35
Book 35

Oxford Playscripts: Noughts and Crosses

An engaging classroom playscript. Dominic Cooke's acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company adaptation of the bestselling nove... MoreOxford Playscripts: Noughts and Crosses

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