18 - 23 January 1982
A failed singer returns to her New York home after a stay in rehab determined to rebuild her life, but soon begins to fall back to her old ways.
15 - 20 February 1982
A dentist enlists his secretary's help when his mistress (who thinks he is married) threatens to leave him.
Translated from the play "Fleur De Cactus" by Pierre Barillet & Jean Pierre Gredy.
22 - 27 March 1982
A Man For All Seasons
Sir Thomas More, scholar and friend to King Henry VIII, is forced to choose between his loyalty to the monarch and his own conscience.
27 April - 1 May 1982
A Majority Of One
A Jewish widow accompanies her daughter and son-in-law to Japan, and becomes romantically attached to a Japanese businessman.
31 May - 5 June 1982
Whose Life Is It Anyway?
After a car accident, a sculptor faces the rest of his life paralysed from the neck down, and begins a legal battle for the right to choose to die.
5 - 10 July 1982
A young woman is employed as governess to a little girl, and finds herself romantically drawn to her moody employer.
(Previously produced in 1951)
Adapted from the novel "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte.
6 - 11 September 1982
The Killing Of Sister George
A lesbian television actress finds her life falling apart when her part is written out and her childlike partner has an affair with her producer.
11 - 16 October 1982
The Cure For Love
Home in Lancashire on leave, a British army sergeant hopes his girlfriend has forgotten his rash marriage proposal. But she hasn't.
8 - 13 November 1982
In Victorian London, a woman cowers in fear during her husband's nightly absences from home, under the mysteriously flickering gas lamps.
6 - 11 December 1982
In Edwardian England, a young heir to a dukedom is launched into society by a clandestine affair, but he soon wonders if there is not more to life.
(Previously produced in 1962)
Adapted from the novel "The Edwardians" by Vita Sackville West.