Tag Archives: Plays

4th Anniversary Special: New Expanded Edition of Rebecca Wilby’s This Wretched Splendour

To celebrate our 4th anniversary at Skylight Press, and in honour of the First World War Centenary,  we have reissued our very first book, This Wretched Splendour, in an all-new expanded edition. This new edition includes a one-act play, Wild With … Continue reading

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The Groundlings of Divine Will by Daniel Staniforth

“We are the collective pronoun not to be named; the sacred amalgam, the response harbingers around the fringes of refinery. We are informers and fetishists, sycophants and revolutionaries, the pliant in the trenches of experience, the silent mummers in supplication … Continue reading

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This Wretched Splendour receives thoughtful review!

This Wretched Splendour, a two-act play by Rebecca Wilby and the first title to be published by Skylight Press, has received a thoughtful review by Peregrin Wildoak on the Magic of the Ordinary blog-site.  In keeping with the theme of … Continue reading

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