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Posted by Jane on 19th May 17 Posted by
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Play Review – The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, adapted for the stage by Laura Turner and published by Josef Weinberger

Posted by Jane on 15th May 17 Posted by
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Play Review – Three Monologue Plays For Female Performers

Three Monologue Plays For Female Performers is published by Methuen Drama/Bloomsbury

Posted by Jane on 08th May 17 Posted by
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Play Review – Death Knell

Death Knell is written by James Cawood and published by Josef Weinberger

Posted by David Gardiner on 05th May 17 Posted by
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Engineering Paradise – A Free New Musical

Engineering Paradise is a new musical which the writers have designated as Public Domain – it’s completely free

Posted by Jane on 01st May 17 Posted by
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Play Review – The Night In Question

The Night in Question written by Eric Chappell and published by Josef Weinberger

Posted by Derek Webb on 24th Apr 17 Posted by
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Derek Webb is a playwright, screenwriter, poet and author who lives in Pembrokeshire – having moved from Surrey in 2001 to get away from the M25. He is the author of the popular Agatha Crusty plays as well as several others.

Posted by Derek Webb on 24th Apr 17 Posted by
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Agatha Crusty Murder Mystery Comedies

Agatha Crusty and the Health Spa Murders is now available for performance

Posted by Artfield on 19th Apr 17 Posted by
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BB Cooper’s Adaptation Of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book

A new adaptation of The Jungle Book will soon be avilable for amateur theatre

Posted by Tony Breeze on 03rd Apr 17 Posted by
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Playwrights Publishing Co

Nottingham playwright, Tony Breeze, knows all about the difficulties that new writers face in getting their work performed. After his own experiences trying to get work published he set up an internet site in 1990 and has been receiving scripts from playwrights around the world who are hoping to catch the eye of amateur groups willing to take a chance on a new play.

Posted by Tony Breeze on 03rd Apr 17 Posted by
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Christine Woolf’s latest comedy about the hilarious goings-on behind the scenes of a performance of “Pride & Prejudice” is due to receive its first performance 0n 23rd February 2011 at Luxulyan Village Hall in Cornwall.