Alan Ayckbourn: Publications Relating To Alan Ayckbourn

This page contains details of books and publications which contain references to or contributions from Alan Ayckbourn. Most of these books can be found in the Ayckbourn Store.
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Anger And After - A Guide To The New British Drama
Author: John Russell Taylor
(Penguin, 1963, ISBN: N/A)

Anger And After - A Guide To The New British Drama
Author: John Russell Taylor (second edition)
(Methuen, 1969, ISBN 0416127800)

Anger And After - A Guide To The New British Drama
Author: John Russell Taylor (second edition)
(Eyre Methuen, 1977, ISBN 0413349306)

Backstage Stories
Editor: Barbara Baker
(Continuum Publishing, 2007, ISBN 9780826492470)

Boxed Sets – TV Representations of Theatre
Author: Jeremy Ridgman
(Luton Press, 1998, ISBN 1860205194)

British Theatre Since The War
Author: Dominic Shellard
(Yale University Press, 1999, ISBN 0300076843)

Changing Stages
Authors: Richard Eyre & Nicholas Wright
(Bloomsbury, 2000, ISBN 0747547890)

Fifty Modern & Contemporary Playwrights
Editors: John F. Deeney & Maggie B. Gale
(Routledge, 2014, ISBN 9780415630351)

The Full Room: An A - Z Of Contemporary Playwriting
Author: Dominic Dromgoole
(Methuen Drama, 2000, ISBN 0413772306)

Great Moments In The Theatre
Author: Benedict Nightingale
(Oberon, 2012, ISBN 9781849432337)

An Introduction To 50 Modern British Plays
Editor: Benedict Nightingale
(Pan Books, 1982, ISBN 0330266799)

Key Changes - A Musical Memoir
Author: Denis King
(Ledgewood Press, 2015, ISBN 9781508578017)


Life In The Farce Lane
Author: Brian Rix
(Andre Deutsch Ltd, 1995, ISBN 0233989366)

Lighting Techniques For Theatre-In-The-Round
Author: Jackie Staines
(Entertainment Technology Press, 2000)

Modern British Playwriting: The 1960s
Editor: Steve Nicolson
(Methuen Drama, 2012, ISBN 9781408129579)

More Views From The Boundary
Author: Brian Johnston
(Arrow, 1993, ISBN 0749316152)

Myth & Gospel In The Fiction Of John Updike
Author: John McTavish
(Cascade Books, 2016, ISBN 9781498225069)

The National Theatre Story
Author: Daniel Rosenthal
(Oberon Books, 2013, ISBN 978-1840027686)
The New British Drama *
Author: Oleg Kerensky
(Hamish Hamilton, 1977, ISBN 0241896282)

The Origins of the Potteries' Victoria Theatre
Author: Leslie Powner
The Arnold Bennett Society, 2018, ISBN 9780957035072)

Peter Hall's Diaries
Author: Peter Hall
(Oberon Books, 2000, ISBN 978-1840021028)

Played In Britain: Modern Theatre In 100 Plays
Authors: Kate Dorney & Frances Gray
(Methuen Drama, 2012, ISBN 9781408164808)

Post-War British Theatre
Author: John Elsom
(Routledge & John Kegan, 1976, ISBN: 0710083505)

Putting It On: The West End Theatre Of Michael Codron
Author: Alan Strachan
(Duckworth & Co, 2010, ISBN-13: 978-0715639443)

The Second Wave - British Drama For The ‘70s
Author: John Russell Taylor
(Methuen, 1971, ISBN 0416082203)

The Second Wave - British Drama For The ‘70s
Author: John Russell Taylor (second edition)
(Eyre Methuen, 1978, ISBN 0413454401)

State of the Nation
Author: Michael Billington
(Faber, 2007, ISBN-13: 978-0571210343)

Stephen Joseph: Theatre Pioneer & Provocateur
Author: Dr Paul Elsam
(Bloomsbury, 2014, softcover, ISBN 9781472586711)

Stephen Joseph: Theatre Pioneer & Provocateur
Author: Dr Paul Elsam
(Bloomsbury, 2013, hardcover / digital, ISBN 9781408185674)

Strategies For Theatre Renewal
Editor: Judith Strong
(Theatre Trust Charitable Fund, 1998, ISBN 0953467503)

Talking Theatre
Author: Richard Eyre
(Nick Hearn Books, 2011, ISBN 978-1848420465)

The Theatre Guide
Editor: Trevor R. Griffiths
(A & C Black, 2003, ISBN 0713661712)

Theater Voices
Editor: Steve Capra
(Scarecrow Press, 2004, ISBN 0810850478)

The 101 Greatest Plays: From Antiquity To The Present
Author: Michael Billington
(Faber, 2015, ISBN 9781783350308)

50 Best Plays For Young Audiences
Authors: Vicky ireland & Paul Harman
(Aurora Metro Books, 2016, ISBN 9781910798997)


50 Years New
Author: Simon Murgatroyd (enquiries)
(Stephen Joseph Theatre, 2005, ISBN: N/A)

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