|I'M NOT ONE TO GOSSIP, BUT...
10 minute comedy for three people
Brenda has met up with her old friend Sharon for lunch and a friendly gossip at Phillip's cafe. Through the gossip, a few skeletons in Phillip's cupboard are revealed.
A short one act comedy, with a split set, for two people
Pensioner Ruby is having trouble with her computer and calls a computer helpline. The problem is eventually discovered, but will Ruby like the solution?
9 minute, single setting comedy for 1 male & 1 female
Christine is obsessed with celebrity and dieting, much to her husband Mick's annoyance. When she reads the latest diet fad in a celebrity magazine she realises it will appeal to Mick - all she has to do is convince him.
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A MATTER OF HEALTH AND SAFETY
15 minute comedy set in a marquee at the village fete for 2 male actors
Officious Village fete organiser Tom discusses health and safety issues with his assistant Nigel but becomes increasingly concerned for his own health and safety.
10 ABBEY COURT
Short 8 minute play, set in a kitchen for 1 male and 1 female
Local estate agent Jason is showing prospective client Abigail around a property that has just been put on the market. Her shocking reason for being so keen to view this particular property only becomes clear as the curtain closes.
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN
10 minute comedy set in a hospital ward for 3 males + a few medical students
Jim goes to visit his friend Andy in hospital. The Doctor's bedside manner (or lack of it) rankles with Andy, who in turn tries the doctor's patience.
EVERYTHING'S COMING UP ROSES
12 minute romantic comedy for 2 people
Hayfever sufferer Rose has been advised to relieve her work stress by sitting and smelling the roses. Her visit to the park does little to relieve her stress until she meets gardener Brad and romance blooms.
TAKING AN INTEREST
A 12 minute comedy for 3 actors, with minimal or no set.
Older ladies Mary and Alice are in a long queue at the bank and they pass the time in idle conversation full of malapropisms, when young Ben joins the queue. The ladies' interest in Ben grows as they wait, until Mary comes to a startling and somewhat irritating realisation.
YOU'LL SUIT JUST FINE
A fifteen minute comedy play for 3 men, set in a tailor's shop
Kevin is in training, but he's not quite up to speed yet. A difficult customer wants to return a suit so Mr Green, the owner, has to step in to save the day.