JANE'S UNPUBLISHED PLAYS


PING

Suitable for adult groups


A man and a woman meet on a bench on Parliament Hill.
'Ping' performed at 'Scripts Live' CAA Theatre Covent Garden,London.


CHARACTERS:

OLD MAN - refined, smart, curious
YOUNGER WOMAN - pensive, sense of humour, attractive.

SET: A bench on Parliament Hill, Hampstead Heath

TIME: Present day


ABOUT:
A WOMAN saunters over to a seat on the top of Parliament Hill Fields Hampstead Heath, and sits. The seat is placed so that it overlooks London. Warmly clad for the outdoors, she takes out of her handbag a rubber band and starts playing with it then with one arm raised and outstretched she snaps the band back and forth. An elderly man approaches. She drops the band onto the ground by mistake and he picks it up and gives it to her before sitting a small distance away from her on the same seat. A conversation strikes up. He is intrigued.


Available for performance:

THE HAGGIS THAT WENT WALKIES
Suitable for adult group

An hilarious romp for Burns Night

Also available as an audio play


CHARACTERS:

Bran: Owner of McDuckley Castle- middle aged/elderly. vague

Ena: His wife - similar age or younger. Strong, intolerant bossy
Fenella: Younger, femme fatal, glamorous.
Albert: Young to middle aged, whining, weak.
Jay: Handsome, eligible youngish.

SCENE: The hall at McDuckley castle.

 (Simple set, drapes and a few furnishings will suffice.
TIME: 1930'S/40's Early evening

ABOUT:

On Burns's night Haggis is on the menu. But where is it?



Available for performance:
I PACKED MY BAG 
 Suitable for adult group

A 15 minute comedy sketch.

ABOUT:

'Two friends, one lover, a slim volume of poetry and a fat lot of double dealing!'

CHARACTERS:
Andrina: middle aged, smart and tough
Eva: her friend - similar nature but more nervy
Geoffrey: elderly, effete and cunning
Great Uncle Paulinus: An ageing book-seller

SCENE: A room in a flat in the less fashionable part of London. Time: The present. Late evening.

Please contact Jane for further information about these plays:

janelockyerw@yahoo.co.uk