Recommended by David Elendune

  • Gloom, Doom and Soul-Crushing Misery (10 min.)
    18 May. 2020
    Some people are only happy when they're not... On another level perhaps this is a commentary on the 'tortured artist' phase we all seem to go thorough... For while some emerge into the sunshine, others prefer to wallow in the mud.
  • Happy Holidays (or Bust) (10 minute play)
    17 May. 2020
    Funny & Believable - Would make an excellent Xmas episode premise for many a sit-com.
  • BEACH WEDDING (from the STILL FEISTY Collection)
    17 May. 2020
    We can all instantly recognize these characters... To this day my brother blames me for not letting my mother have a say in my wedding which meant that when it was his turn he got the blow-back.
  • Fire and Ice
    17 May. 2020
    Having been born on a small island and then moved to the peninsula of an even smaller island I identify strongly with many of themes raised in this play...The love hate relationship of islanders towards visitors... Locals to tourists... Protection of indigenous identity versus global fusion - Just who and what was/is/will be my tribe - And will I ever truly be externally/internally a member or just a long-term visitor?
  • FAMILY BY NUMBERS Award-winning 10-minute drama
    16 May. 2020
    Part Poetry / Part Theatre / Part Happy /Part Sad... How we play parts in each other's lives.
  • The Maltese Walter
    16 May. 2020
    Short & twisted - Like a stiletto to the funny bone.
  • The Night Witches
    15 May. 2020
    Really good - Seeing the conflict from the Russian pov is a rare experience... Add to that the female perspective... And like all the best war stories you have no idea who will survive and who will die.
  • THE WEIRD SISTERS GO WEST (one-act play)
    15 May. 2020
    Clever... Funny... If Terry Pratchett wrote Blazing Saddles 2.
  • Pay It Backward
    15 May. 2020
    Very Interesting Premise... Does this comment count as altruism, or do I now have to ring the "Random Acts of Kindness Credit Bureau" again for my reward?
  • Deckchairs
    15 May. 2020
    Delightfully silly - Being British and having been involved in too many meetings... I see this "I see no ships" type of behaviour all the time.