ONE ACT PLAYS 


CINDERELLA'S TIME OUT  

'Cinderella wants out. She yearns for a new life without predictable endings'
 A delightful new take on the classic fairy tale




It'S NOT THE SAME WITHOUT NORMAN  

A COMEDY FOR CHRISTMAS 

It's Not The Same Without Norman

What do Joseph, an upmarket stable and the Christmas Star have in common with a housewife, an errant husband and a friend who can't cook meringues? See what happens when Bethlehem comes to suburbia.


Set in present day England, this is an ideal one act comedy for Christmas.

Play reading at the Society of Women Writers & Journalist's Drama Day.


Visiting Hours

VISITING HOURS
Two patients and one other… a visitor, or patient? And what happened to the goldfish?'  
 A funny, touching play.

Performed at Plockton for the Annual Scottish Community Festival winning through to Highland drama final.




WALKIES

Walkies

A Comedy
by Jane Lockyer Willis published April 2012

 

Suitable for Adult Groups

Price: £4.00

Walkies A heart-warming comedy on the theme of loneliness about two people from different backgrounds who meet by chance in the woods.

 

Conventional, middle-aged Jen goes for her daily walk in the nearby woods and meets Steve, a straight-talking vagrant. He invites her back to his home, a large cardboard box set among a clump of fir trees shortly to be felled. Hesitant, but desperately wanting to widen her horizons, Jen accepts; and so develops a bond between two people whose backgrounds are widely different. But there are questions: why does Steve insist that she owns a dog when she insists that she does not? Are things really as they seem? Or has Steve an agenda that Jen knows nothing about... until that is, she looks deep into the corner of his box. A play with bite!

 

Players: 2 male 1 female

 

Cast: Jen, Steve, Woodcutter

 

Sets: A woodland, Steves place

 

Period: Present

 

Running Time: 30 minutes

 

Notes: Production notes provided

 

Download Sample Script: Walkies

 

ISBN: 978-1-907307-40-9

 


'A heart-warming comedy on the theme

of loneliness, about two people from different backgrounds who meet by chance in the woods.' 

'A smashing play that opens with gentle comedy,
touches on loneliness, mentions pet love and concludes
with an unexpected friendship.'

The Woman Writer

Play reading at SWWJ Drama Day.

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