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NAKED JUSTICE (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds; opened 2 February, 2001)

NAKED LUNCH in BELFAST FESTIVAL (2000)

THE NAKED RACIST in EDINBURGH FRINGE COLUMN 4 (2006)

NAPOLEON (Shaftesbury Theatre, London WC2; opened 17 October, 2000)

NAPOLEON IN EXILE in EDINBURGH FRINGE 1 (2003)

NAPOLI MILIONARIA (Royal National Theatre [Lyttelton], London SE1; opened 27 June, 1991)

NATHAN THE WISE (Minerva Studio, Chichester; opened 1 May, 2003)

NATION (Olivier Theatre, London SE1; opened 24 November, 2009)

NATIONAL ANTHEMS (The Old Vic, London SE1; opened 8 February, 2005) in PROMPT CORNER 03/2005

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (1990) (Various venues, Scarborough; 5-12 April, 1990)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (1991) (Various venues, Scarborough; 4-11 April, 1991)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (1998) (Various venues, Scarborough; 1-8 April, 1998)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (1999) (Various venues, Scarborough; 7-14 April, 1999)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (2000) (Various venues, Scarborough; 12-19 April, 2000)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (2001) (Various venues, Scarborough; 4-11 April, 2001)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (2004) (Various venues, Scarborough; 31 March –7 April, 2004)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (2004) (Various venues, Scarborough; 31 March –7 April, 2004)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (2005) (Various venues, Scarborough; 18–25 March, 2005)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (2005) (Various venues, Scarborough; 18–25 March, 2005)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL 2006 (Various venues, Scarborough; 1–7 April, 2006)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (Various venues, Scarborough; 29 March–4 April, 2007) in PROMPT CORNER 07/2007

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (Various venues, Scarborough; 12–18 March, 2008) in PROMPT CORNER 06/2008

THE NATION'S FAVOURITE: THE TRUE ADVENTURES OF RADIO 1 in EDINBURGH FRINGE THEATRE 2 (1999)

NATIVITY (Birmingham Rep; opened 6 December, 1999)

NEEDLES AND OPIUM (Royal National Theatre [Cottesloe], London SE1; opened 30 April, 1992)

SHARON NEILL: SECOND SIGHT in EDINBURGH FRINGE 5 (2003)

NETHERHEAD [GARTH MARENGHI] (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 2001)

NEVER NOTHING FROM NO ONE (Cockpit Theatre, London NW8; opened 13 January, 2000)

NEVER SO GOOD (Lyttelton Theatre, London SE1; opened 26 March, 2008) in PROMPT CORNER 07/2008

NEVILLE'S ISLAND (Apollo Theatre, London W1; opened 3 October, 1994)

NEW BOY (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 2000)

NEW EDNA – THE SPECTACLE (Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London SW1; opened 21 April, 1998)

THE NEW ELECTRIC BALLROOM (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2008)

ROBERT NEWMAN in EDINBURGH FRINGE 2 (1998)

ROBERT NEWMAN: RESISTANCE IS FERTILE(Scotsman Assembly, Edinburgh; August, 2000)

ROBERT NEWMAN: RESISTANCE IS FERTILE in EDINBURGH FRINGE 2: COMEDY (2000)

NEW SPACES FOR ROLE MODELS (JULIAN FOX) in EDINBURGH FRINGE 1 (2004)

NEWSREVUE 2002 (C venue, Edinburgh; August, 2002)

NEW TERRITORIES (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 9 September, 1997)

NEW VOICES: Faith Over Reason/The Changing Reason/Sab (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London SW1; opened 15 October, 1992)

NEW WORK FESTIVAL [RSC]: Postcards From America / Nowhere To Belong: Tales Of An Extravagant Stranger/ Breakfast With Mugabe (Various venues, Stratford-upon-Avon; opened 19 October, 2005)

NEXT DOOR'S BABY (Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond; opened 8 February, 2008)

PHIL NICHOL: THE NAKED RACIST (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh) in EDINBURGH FRINGE COLUMN 4 (2006)

THE NIGHT HERON (Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court, London SW1; opened 17 April, 2002)

A NIGHT IN BELFAST (Hen And Chickens, London N1; opened 29 January, 1991)

A NIGHT IN NOVEMBER (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 15 July, 2002)

NIGHT MANAGER (River Thames, London; opened 14 June, 2001)

A NIGHTMARE FOR C. DARWIN (Playhouse Studio, Edinburgh; August, 1992)

A NIGHTMARE FOR C. DARWIN in EDINBURGH FRINGE 2 (1992)

THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA (Royal National Theatre [Lyttelton], London SE1; opened 6 February, 1992)

THE NIGHT SEASON (Cottesloe Theatre, London SE1; opened 3 August, 2004)

THE NIGHT SEASON (Cottesloe Theatre, London SE1; opened 3 August, 2004) in PROMPT CORNER 16-17/2004

NIGHTS AT THE CIRCUS (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 26 January, 2006) in PROMPT CORNER 01-02/2006

NIGHTSONGS (Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court, London SW1; opened 27 February, 2002)

NIGHT TIME in EDINBURGH COLUMN 1 (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2007)

NIGHT TRAIN (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 20 April, 1995)

NINE DAYS CRAZY (Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh; August, 2004)

NINE PARTS OF DESIRE in EDINBURGH FRINGE 1 (2003)

1953 (Greenwich Studio Theatre, London SE10; opened 2 December, 1953)

93.2 FM (Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs, London SW1; opened 8 September, 2006)

KIM NOBLE WILL DIE / THE PAJAMA MEN: LAST STAND TO REASON (Soho Theatre + Writers' Centre, London W1; opened 7 December, 2009)

ROSS NOBLE: NOODLEMEISTER (Apollo Theatre, London W1; opened 7 September, 2004)

THE NOCKY in COMING ON STRONG

NOCTURNAL (Gate Theatre, London W11; opened 21 April, 2009)

NOCTURNE FOR LOVERS (Minerva Studio, Chichester; opened 9 June, 1997)

NOËL COWARD'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER (Cinema on the Haymarket, London SW1; opened 17 February, 2008)

NOËL COWARD TONIGHT (Jermyn Street Theatre, London SW1; opened 11 May, 2001)

NO FEAR! [LINDA MARLOWE] in EDINBURGH FRINGE 7 (2003)

NO FLIES ON MR HUNTER! (Chelsea Centre, London SW10; opened 6 October, 1992)

NOIR in EDINBURGH COLUMN 5 (Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh; August, 2009)

THE NOISE OF TIME (Barbican Theatre, London EC2/touring internationally; opened 6 July, 2001)

NOISES OFF (Royal National Theatre [Lyttelton], London SE1; opened 5 October, 2000 – reviewed December, 2000)

NOISES OFF (The Old Vic, London SE1; opened 13 December, 2011)

NO MAN'S LAND (Almeida Theatre, London N1; opened 2 November, 1992)

NO MAN'S LAND (Comedy Theatre, London SW1; opened 8 February, 1993)

NO MAN'S LAND (Royal National Theatre [Lyttelton], London SE1; opened 6 December, 2001)

NOODLEMEISTER (ROSS NOBLE) (Apollo Theatre, London W1; opened 7 September, 2004)

NO ONE WRITES TO THE COLONEL (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 30 January, 1991)

NORMAL – THE DÜSSELDORF RIPPER (Finborough Theatre, London SW10; opened 1 October, 1991)

THE NORMAN CONQUESTS: Table Manners/Living Together/Round & Round The Garden (Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold; opened 21 November, 1998)

NORTHANGER ABBEY (Greenwich Theatre, London SE10; opened 8 July, 1996)

NORTHERN STAR in BELFAST FESTIVAL 2 (1998)

GRAHAM NORTON: MOTHER TERESA OF CALCUTTA'S GRAND FAREWELL TOUR (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1991)

GRAHAM NORTON: MOTHER TERESA OF CALCUTTA'S GRAND FAREWELL TOUR in EDINBURGH FRINGE 1 (1991)

GRAHAM NORTON: MOTHER TERESA OF CALCUTTA – THE JOURNEY BACK in EDINBURGH FRINGE 2 (1992)

GRAHAM NORTON: CHARLIE'S ANGELS GO TO HELL (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1994)

GRAHAM NORTON AND HIS AMAZING HOSTESS TROLLEY (Pleasance, Edinburgh; August, 1995)

GRAHAM NORTON in EDINBURGH FRINGE 1 (1996)

GRAHAM NORTON in EDINBURGH FRINGE COMEDY 1 (1997)

THE NOTEBOOK / THE PROOF (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2001)

NOTES TO FUTURE SELF (mac, Birmingham; opened 7 March, 2011)

NOT EVERYTHING IS SIGNIFICANT (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh; August, 2008)

NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH (Hampstead Theatre, London NW3; opened 5 February, 2007)

NOTHING LASTS FOREVER (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 18 April, 1996)

NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS (Dominion Theatre, London W1; opened 23 May, 2000)

NOTRE-DAME DE PARIS (Lyric Studio Hammersmith, London W6; opened 20 April, 2001)

THE NOT SO FATAL DEATH OF GRANDPA FREDO in EDINBURGH COLUMN 2 (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2010)

NOT THE LOVE I CRY FOR (Arcola Theatre, London E8; opened 28 September, 2006)

NOUGHTS AND CROSSES (Civic Hall, Stratford-upon-Avon; opened 6 December, 2007)

NOVECENTO (Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 2001)

NOVECENTO (Trafalgar Studio 2, London SW1; opened 1 November, 2010)

NOWHERE TO BELONG: TALES OF AN EXTRAVAGANT STRANGER in RSC NEW WORK FESTIVAL (Cox's Yard, Stratford-upon-Avon; opened 19 October, 2005)

NOW I AM ALONE (Café Theatre, London WC2; opened 14 January, 1992)

NOW OR LATER (Royal Court Theatre, London SW1; opened 11 September, 2008)

THE NUALAS (Lyric Hammersmith, London W6; opened 7 November, 2000)

A NUMBER (Menier Chocolate Factory, London SE1; opened 4 October, 2010)

NO. 2 (Scotsman Assembly, Edinburgh; August, 2000)

NO. 2 (King's Head Theatre, London N1; opened 6 February, 2003)

NUREMBERG (Tricycle Theatre, London NW6; opened 8 May, 1996)

NUTS COCONUTS! (Out Of The Blue Drill Hall, Edinburgh; opened 15 August, 2005)
 


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