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Posted by Jane on 12th Nov 08 Posted by
Classifieds Category

Peter Wilson has a collection of full-length, one-act and shorter plays (drama and comedy) available free of royalties for amateur performance.

Posted by Jane on 12th Nov 08 Posted by
Classifieds Category

Richard Lovelock is offering a free Sleeping Beauty script.

Posted by Jane on 12th Nov 08 Posted by
Classifieds Category

Bob Gould is the writer of a new musical called Lovers which is currently available to amateur royalty free.

Posted by Jane on 12th Nov 08 Posted by
Classifieds Category

Mia Albright is a New York based – London affiliated playwright who offers original scripts for hire.

Posted by Marketing Matt on 11th Nov 08 Posted by
Articles Category

A major part of amdram is finding new, good and suitable scripts to perform.

Posted by George on 11th Nov 08 Posted by
Classifieds Category

This “Mini Pantomime”, specially written for a “Review” style show, takes about 20 minutes to 30 minutes to complete (but allow for audience to get involved and the songs). No set required, just the characters coming off. Costumes however are required. Of course the more bad taste in the choice of costumes the better.

Posted by Jane on 10th Nov 08 Posted by
Reviews Category

This collection of performance pieces certainly is a treasure. Written by Pip Parry over a lifetime, this is a brilliant source of material for amateur theatre groups looking for festival entries, shorter pieces, something different etc.

Posted by Jane on 03rd Nov 08 Posted by
Classifieds Category

For The Steyning Festival 2009

The Company are looking for 4 – 6 unperformed shortish plays (maximum length 1 hour), from writers local to Sussex, Hampshire, Kent and Surrey.

Posted by Jane on 18th Aug 08 Posted by
Bookshop, Reviews Category
Dead Certain

A psychological thriller by Marcus Lloyd, requiring only two actors; one female and one male.

Posted by Chris on 18th Aug 08 Posted by
Bookshop, Reviews Category
The Fifth Elephant

Dwarves, werewolves, vampires, a troll, a large Scone, and not a trace of an elephant. That would be my summary of this recent play from Stephen Briggs, adapted from Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels.