What next for Martin McDonagh? It could be a case of rummaging through the bottom drawer again. His latest ‘new’ play, The Pillowman, actually predates some of his earlier hits, which include the Irish-set The Lieutenant of Inishmore and The Leenane Trilogy, and reportedly, it’s not the only one he’s got lurking in his back catalogue. Other already written plays include one set on New York’s Coney Island and another which takes place in London in the ‘swinging Sixties’. Perhaps we’ll see another McDonagh premiere at the National soon. The Pillowman - which is set in a nameless totalitarian state where Jim Broadbent’s policeman interrogates David Tennant’s writer of gruesome short stories – has proved a sell-out hit at the Cottesloe, where it continues in rep until 27 March 2004.