Charlie's day in hospital begins very well, but when three female visitors arrive unexpectedly at the same visiting time, his hitherto secret life is hilariously revealed. And just when you think his day couldn't get much worse - it does.
“Extremely funny... a wonderful choice of script” - NODA
Renowned critic Gerald Thornwood is feared in theatreland. His vitriolic reviews can close a show and he exploits this power by routinely seducing young actresses on his promise of a favourable mention. But on the verge of another conquest, he finds himself lured into a sting.
“Neat structure, very economical and technically well managed” - SCDA Scene
Mr Perfect Comedy (2f plus one non-speaking male and optional supernumeraries)
Fashion conscious and career driven Liz has everything she wants... except a man. Her lifestyle demands the best, so why should she settle for less than Mr Perfect? Does he exist or is she chasing fantasy? A wickedly irreverent glimpse at the beguiling world of blind dates, personal ads, introduction agencies and single clubs.
When Brian finds himself on an unexpected visit to a property letting agency for ghosts, he realises he is encountering a death changing experience. But even in the next life, you can still have a laugh.
“Wonderful play... we had lots of smiles and big laughs” - Elliot Lake AT
Pop star Steve Byron is about to launch his much heralded new album at a press conference, but a female fan uncovers a shocking truth that could end his career and send him to prison. She wants to reveal the truth, but Steve's Machiavellian manager is equally determined to protect his lucrative percentage - at any cost.
We encounter a couple meeting on what appears to be a first date. She’s asking all the questions while he’s definitely got only one thing on his mind, but that one thing is not what you might expect. A battle of wits ensues as competitiveness reaches absurd levels in a comedy that celebrates a golden era of pop music.