MORE PUBLISHED ONE ACT PLAYS 




  HALF A CROWN
   VISITING HOURS
  WALKIES
VISITING HOURS 
Performed by Plockton for Annual Scottish Community Festival

HALF A CROWN  A COMEDY IN ONE ACT

         PUBLISHED BY SPOTLIGHT PUBLICATIONS

                              Spotlight Publications - Pantomime Scripts - Scripts for Plays

(Find this on the S.P. site: One Act Plays & then under the letter H)

A modern one act comedy, this play is a royal story played by characters performing a role play. Easy to cast with one set, and ideal for amateurs, clubs and drama festivals. 

Princess Maud has had enough of royal life and leaves the palace to become a secretary to a firm of solicitors. But try as she does, she cannot rid herself of her crown and royal ways. When she finally succeeds in casting off a very physical tie to her past, an unexpected event compels Maud to revise her decision. 

'This is an entertaining little romp that will appeal to many groups"

Amateur Stage Magazine

3f 3m

One set

Present day

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This play has fun and pathos running through it. An adult fairy-tale with a twist. 



WALKIES  

Published by Spotlight Publications

Spotlight Publications - Pantomime Scripts - Scripts for Plays

(Find on the S.P. site: One Act Plays and then under W.)

'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

   1f  2m
 Present day - one very simple set
Running time: approx 3o mins                                        click here to find out more
 


VISITING HOURS
Published by Spotlight Publications   

Spotlight Publications - Pantomime Scripts - Scripts for Plays

(Find on the S.P. site: One Act Plays, & then under V)
Plockton north win to finals
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.
   5f 2m
Single set.
Present day


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