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The Christmas Quartet by Andrew Beattie
Approximate running time of each of the four plays is 15 minutes (60 minutes if all four plays are performed.) These plays are a retelling of the history behind four well-known Christmas songs and carols….
Where There’s A Will by Stewart Auty
Approximate running time 50 minutes. Teenage poacher, wannabe poet, actor and dramatist, young Will has dreams and ambition. His friends counsel caution and restraint, recognising risk in the precarious life in the theatre, whether actor…
Treasure Island by Lynn Brittney
Running time approximately 50 minutes. A humorous and lively version of the famous classic by Robert Louis Stevenson. There are lots of pirates, lots of action and even some talking goats! Young Jim Hawkins is…
Peer Gynt by Stewart Auty
Approximate running time of 45-50 minutes. No songs. The story of Peer Gynt, a difficult young man, whose recklessness causes him to be exiled to the mountains where he is plagued by supernatural beings. This…
The Tempest (Modified Shakespeare) by Lynn Brittney
Running time approximately 45 minutes. The point of these texts is to give 11-14 year olds a gentler introduction to performing Shakespeare rather than tackling a full text for the purposes of a production.
Midsummer Night’s Dream (Modified Shakespeare) by Lynn Brittney
Running time approximately 35 minutes. The point of these texts is to give 11-14 year olds a gentler introduction to performing Shakespeare rather than tackling a full text for the purposes of a production.
Oliver Twist and adaptation by Stewart Auty
Running time 1 hour and 15 minutes. This adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel gives, through skilful narration, a deep insight into the ills of Victorian society. Oliver runs away from the cruel workhouse and unwittingly joins a criminal gang.
A Christmas Carol by Lynn Brittney
Running time approx. 60 mins. Ebenezer Scrooge, a cold hearted miser, who hates Christmas. But after a visit from four phantoms on Christmas Eve, it changes his life forever. Not a comedy.