All your play scripts, in one place.
Playscripts.online is the new home for the famous comedyplays.co.uk and incorporating, dramaplays.co.uk and pantoplays.co.uk
Welcome to Playscripts.online where you can find all of your script needs in one place: Comedy, Drama, Panto and many others all in one place. So take a look around and see what takes your fancy.
Comedy Plays was started over 15 years ago by frustrated playwright Steve Davies to promote his own work. Simply because, as any amateur playwright will know, getting a play published let alone performed is very difficult.
The website proved very popular (some 4,000 visits per month) and Steve’s plays were starting to get produced.
This prompted enquiries from other writers asking if they could place their work on the site. This Steve did and to this day this service is free.
This we continue to do with this new and exciting website, playscripts.online.
How can I preview the scripts?
If you see a script you like, below this you can view a quick sample of the first few pages and If you are still not convinced check to see if there are any reviews.
How much is a script?
Our pricing policy is simple. We like simple. Simple is good. So, if it is a one act play or a full length play our prices are the same.
You have 3 options when purchasing from us. Download, Printed Comb Booklet A5 & A4 & performance license.
How much is a public performance licence?
For a professional public performance license, please contact us and we will get back to you with a quote.
How can I get my script on playscripts.online?
Bobby is Dead by Marty Matfess
Bobby is Dead-A play about love, lust and getting shot in the head. A modern-day tale about what happens when the girl you love finally dumps the loser she’s been dating, starts dating a new guy, and you get stuck watching his neurotic sister for the night. Oh, and murder.
"Awkward!" by Steve Barker
Join Sue as she invites workmates Claire and Dawn and their husbands over for a lovely evening meal. Only none of the husbands have anything in common. Claire doesn't really like Dawn. Two people are having an affair. Everyone keeps saying the wrong thing and upsetting each other. The whole evening can only be described as Awkward.
"In the Pipeline" by Jim Hollingsworth
The setting is an office attached to the parish church of St Jude the Obscure. We will meet a vicar, terrified of babies, who accidentally overdoses on vodka, an overdue baby, a hapless church official and his long-suffering colleague, a flustered vicar's wife, an impostor unmasked and a pacey plot thickening every minute to produce 'In the Pipeline', a fast-moving farce where all's well that ends well – eventually.