ALL ENDS THAT ENDS WELL by Alan Huckle

ALL ENDS THAT ENDS WELL by Alan Huckle An old man relates the story of the woman he once loved who returns to England from America in order to escape her criminal husband. But he has secretly followed her with the intention of silencing her for good and finds them...

CHRISTMAS CRACKERS by Tim Kenny

CHRISTMAS CRACKERS by Tim Kenny The boss at the Christmas cracker factory calls in Mr. Smith, the foreman. Apparently FC upstairs is not too happy. M2 Preview available here Please click the button to buy a copy of this script.  ...

THE DEATHS OF JAMES MASON by Andrew Winfield

THE DEATHS OF JAMES MASON by Geraldine Thomas The Hollywood actor reviews his film career focussing on the various ways in which he died or was killed on screen. A monologue – M1 FULL READING COPY AVAILABLE HERE Preview available here Please click the button to...

THE DINNER PARTY by Tim Kenny

THE DINNER PARTY by Tim Kenny Everyone is gathered to await the gong for dinner. M’dear thinks that husband Henry should tell one of his funny stories. M1 F1 Preview available here Please click the button to  buy a copy of this script.  ...

A FATHER’S DILEMMA by Sally Gamgee

A FATHER’S DILEMMA A Monologue by Sally Gamgee     Tommy, an alcoholic and a drug addict, is trying to get clean to gain custody of his child, but is struggling to keep clean. M1 – 3 minutes approx Preview available here Please click the button...

FROM ME TO 3792 by David Hendon

FROM ME TO 3792 by David Hendon   Diane’s marriage has gone stale and her twin sons have left for university. Increasingly lonely, she starts to correspond with Chuck, a death row prisoner in America. As the letters fly back and forth across the Atlantic they...

THE FULL-TIME POST by Olivia Arieti

THE FULL-TIME POST by Olivia Arieti Kate needs a job desperately, but is startled to find out that the full-time post offered by her potential employer, will be eternal… M1 F3 Preview available here Please click the button to buy a copy of this script.  ...

HOME GROWN CROPS by Les Jamieson

HOME GROWN CROPS by Les Jamieson This series of 9 plays may be purchased INDIVIDUALLY (SKETCH FEE APPLIES) or as a WHOLE (FULL LENGTH PLAY FEE APPLIES) 1/ Day Six: Skegness – what if Adam and Eve met for the first time in a café in Skegness? 2/ A New Face – That chap...

LOVER’S LEAP by Alan Huckle

LOVER’S LEAP by Alan Huckle A long suffering housewife narrates the story of how she sought help from a clairvoyant to deal with her boring, hobby-loving husband and how she eventually solved her problem in a permanent if perhaps opportunistic way A monologue...

THE MACHINES by Tom Kelly

THE MACHINES by Tom Kelly   CHARACTERS M1 Male – 18 – early 20s   PREVIEW – This is an excerpt from the full script I can control the machines. Win when I want. When I really need it they will pull me out. I’m losing at the minute but...

A MOTHER’S MONOLOGUE by Sally Gamgee

A MOTHER’S MONOLOGUE by Sally Gamgee Tracey, a loving mother begins by telling a sweet and endearing story about her daughter’s obsession with Cinderella and then suddenly things take a dark twist when it becomes apparent that she has tied up the man who...

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH by Tom Kelly

NEIGHBOURHOD WATCH by Tom Kelly CHARACTERS M1 Male – 60+ PREVIEW Bill’s got a thing about people looking at him. He said, ‘The eyes on that painting are watching.’ I said, ‘They do that with everybody.’ He wouldn’t have it. Then he says, ‘You have been...

NEXT OF KIN by Andrew Winfield

NEXT OF KIN by Andrew Winfield Archie is in his hospital bed. Frustrated by everything around him and by the constant questions he is asked about his next of kin. M1 aged 60-80 FULL READING COPY AVAILABLE HERE LISTEN TO THE RADIO PRODUCTION HERE Please click the...

NICK by Sally Gamgee

NICK A monologue by Sally Gamgee Nick is walking to class to teach for the first time and is having an internal freak out- from the clothes he’s wearing to the fact that his underpants are giving his a wedgie! M1 Preview available here Please click the button to...

NO MORE GROUNDHOG DAY by Tom Kelly

NO MORE GROUNDHOG DAY by Tom Kelly   CHARACTERS M1 MALE – 40+   PREVIEW – This is an excerpt from the full script It started one Friday in the bar. I saw Billy, at the end of the night, turn and smile, then slowly put on his overcoat. I didn’t...

NOTHING TO PROVE by Ian Watson

NOTHING TO PROVE By Ian Watson     God’s had enough! These ungrateful humans aren’t playing ball so he’s throwing a press conference to put a few things straight. The Holy Ghost is absent and Jesus, his PR man, keeps whispering in his ear about what he can...

OLD SQUAW by Alan Huckle

OLD SQUAW by Alan Huckle A woman stands alone on the cliff edge leaning against the wind, watching the sea birds and reminiscing about her husband and their shared love of rambling A monologue – F1 Preview available here Please click the button to buy a copy of...

AN OLDER IRISH FEMALE MONOLOGUE by Sally Gamgee

AN OLDER IRISH FEMALE MONOLOGUE by Sally Gamgee An old Irish Granny is getting the dinner ready and is berating her husband for trying to do things that he’s too old for.   CHARACTERS F1 Elderly Irish Woman   RUNNING TIME 2-3 Minutes   PREVIEW...

ONE PAGE LESS IN THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK by Giles Armstrong

ONE PAGE LESS IN THE LITTLE BLACK BOOK by Giles Armstrong     She had led a most adventurous life; but now all  that was behind her. Marriage to a Peer of the Realm, a fine Country Estate, beautiful and talented children; nothing must now upset her hard-won...

PARENTS EVENING by Ian Guy

PARENTS EVENING by Ian Guy Things don’t go quite to plan for the Head when she has her final parents meeting of the evening. It’s funny how a bad pupil can come up trumps when the Head’s not exactly whiter than white and Dad has a sinister...

PAUL by Ian Watson

PAUL by Ian Watson Suzanne is a Geordie princess in the mould of Cheryl Cole with a dash of Victoria Beckham and a TOWIE girl. She is super-fussy. She has her nails done twice a week and spends her afternoons in the gym but has never sweated in her life. She married...

PRINCEIPALLY YOURS by Ian Guy

PRINCEIPALLY YOURS by Ian Guy Three handsome young princes desperate for love approach a bad tempered dwarf who runs a dating agency. The fact that he runs other ‘businesses’ and has a secretary who used to be a dog are surely, immaterial. What could...

RADIO MIX-UP by Gavyn Lugsden

RADIO MIX-UP by Gavyn Lugsden As a child tunes the radio we hear snippets of various radio programmes – the result is an hilarious and effective sketch. MorF 6 Preview available here Please click the button to buy a copy of this script.  ...

THE SCENT OF CHRISTMAS by Paul Smith

THE SCENT OF CHRISTMAS by Paul Smith A family Christmas. The dinner is cooking and drinks are being handed round. Gran is looking forward to her presents – she made a list this year. But will she get what she wants? A seasonal sketch about unwanted Christmas presents!...

SEE, IS NOT MY HAIR GREEN? by Giles Armstrong

SEE, IS NOT MY HAIR GREEN? by Giles Armstrong   Almost Eighty Years before, In a far off country, an Englishman committed a terrible crime. As a last resort, the descendants of those who suffered approach a group of money launderers trying to get redress. It is...

THE TELEPHONE CALL by Tim Kenny

THE TELEPHONE CALL by Tim Kenny Miss Violet Smythe has had an out of world experience. She is desperate for her friend Dorothy to come and collect her. Dorothy, however, is far more interested in Violet’s recent windfall. F1 Preview available here Please click the...

TUBE TRAIN DRIVER by Sally Gamgee

TUBE TRAIN DRIVER A Monologue by Sally Gamgee An inconsolable tube driver (M or F) is retelling how a person committed suicide by jumping in front of the train.   CHARACTERS M or F 1   PREVIEW Preview available here Please click the button to buy a copy of...

THE VISITING PROFESSOR by Giles Armstrong

THE VISITING PROFESSOR By Giles Armstrong   Widowed, driven from her home by her son and his frightful wife, Bridget really had no option but to become the second wife of Professor Bernard Samson, already  the father of four children in wedlock and at least as...

VIVA ESPANA by Tim Kenny

VIVA ESPANA by Tim Kenny Thelma Hopkins is a lonely woman living in Spain spending her time drinking and calling friends. But one call turns out to have an unexpected outcome. (A ribald adult monologue). F1 Preview available here Please click the button to buy a copy...