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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.

About Us

Our Story

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.

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FAQ’s

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.

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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?

Just send us a copy of your play (preferably in word format) to jude@comedyplays.co.uk. If accepted we will send you a copy of our Writer’s terms and conditions for you to sign.

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One Act - Comedy - "The Sour Cherry" by Nigel Manson. 

The Carter family and their next-door neighbours are, somewhat inadvertently, obliged to face up to some moral dilemmas after Penny Carter’s sister pays an unexpected visit to the family home on the day before her father dies.

 

 

 

"Do Me A Favour" A One Act Comedy by Trevor Suthers

 

Do Me A Favour is a comic duologue structured around a series of prison visits. Ben, a career criminal regularly visits his boss, Bill, in prison to give information and take instructions back to the gang.  He finds himself tasked with carrying out an increasingly bizarre series of  assignments and retributions which he reports back on at his next visit.  It’s a series of comical calamities culminating in an extraordinary run in with a number of priests.

One Act Comedy - "Spud Ferret & the Case of the Stolen Diamonds" by Jeff Gallagher

Spud Ferret combines the hunting skills of the ferret with the handy versatility of the potato as he sets out to discover who stole Lady Blip’s diamonds. Could it be Grimace the butler? Could it be Davinia Flimsy, doyenne of crime writers? Or is there a more sinister explanation?  Another of the brilliant "Spud Ferret" series.

One Act - Comedy - "The Sour Cherry" by Nigel Manson. 

The Carter family and their next-door neighbours are, somewhat inadvertently, obliged to face up to some moral dilemmas after Penny Carter’s sister pays an unexpected visit to the family home on the day before her father dies.

 

 

 

"Do Me A Favour" A One Act Comedy by Trevor Suthers

 

Do Me A Favour is a comic duologue structured around a series of prison visits. Ben, a career criminal regularly visits his boss, Bill, in prison to give information and take instructions back to the gang.  He finds himself tasked with carrying out an increasingly bizarre series of  assignments and retributions which he reports back on at his next visit.  It’s a series of comical calamities culminating in an extraordinary run in with a number of priests.

One Act Comedy - "Spud Ferret & the Case of the Stolen Diamonds" by Jeff Gallagher

Spud Ferret combines the hunting skills of the ferret with the handy versatility of the potato as he sets out to discover who stole Lady Blip’s diamonds. Could it be Grimace the butler? Could it be Davinia Flimsy, doyenne of crime writers? Or is there a more sinister explanation?  Another of the brilliant "Spud Ferret" series.