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Play Sets

Hampshire has a large collection of playsets, which are available for use by drama and play reading groups. The collection is housed at Winchester Discovery Centre. You can find out more about the play sets collection by browsing the lists on this web page.
To confirm a set is available check the online Catalogue.    

How to borrow

If you want to borrow playsets you will need to join the Drama Group membership scheme.

Membership is free, but restrictions apply:

  • You can loan up to 30 individual copies for up to 8 weeks
  • Sets must be loaned as complete entities, we do not lend part sets
    Most playsets include a single browsing copy, plus sufficient copies to allow a 'read through' of all the major parts. The browsing copy, (if available), can be loaned separately. This copy can be ordered using the standard reservations service.
  • Sets can be ordered using the online order form.

    See charges.

  • Sets are loaned free of charge but reservation charges do apply.

    See charges

  • Each group must nominate a group contact, who will be named on the ticket and will take overall responsibility for any items loaned.

If Hampshire does not stock the play set that you require, you can order it via the interlibrary loans service. See charges

Please note, we are not able to accept advance bookings for play sets.

One Act Plays

Author(s) Title and Details Publisher Cast Copies
  Best One-Act Plays of 1946-47 Harrap various 8
  Best One-Act Plays of 1952-53 Harrap various 6
  Best One-Act Plays of 1954-55 selected by Hugh Miller Harrap various 6
  Best One-Act Plays of 1956-57 Harrap various 5
  Last-minute sketches Kenyon-Deane 5f 6
  More Selected One-Act Plays Pitman various 5
  York Cycle of Mystery Plays SPCK various 6
Adkins, Ella At Rise of Curtain Harrap various 7
Adkins, Ella Six More One-Act Plays Harrap various 6
Albee, Edward American Dream S French 2m 3f 5
Austin, Harry Chinese Pendant and Other Plays S French 4m 3f 6
Austin, Harry Little Lights of Kimberley S French 4m 1f 7
Ayckbourn, Alan Confusions, Five Interlinked One S French various 11
Bailey, Michele Going all the way S French 3m 2f 8
Banister, Eve Margaret -a play in One-Act Garnet Miller 4f 11
Baring, Maurice Ten Diminutive Dramas Heinemann various 6
Barrie, J M Shall We Join the Ladies Hodder 8m 8f 8
Bate, Sam Head of the House S French 7f 6
Bate, Sam Rumour - a play for women S French 6f 7
Bayliss, A E M Junior one-act plays of today 2nd series Harrap various 4
Bennett, Alan Say something happened S French 1m 2f 3
Bent, Simon Bad Company - a play S French 6m 2f 8
Berkoff, Steven Kvetch, and Acapulco Faber various 6
Bird, Constance Good Send Off, A Comedy in One-Act English Theatre Guild 8f 7
Black, Ian Stuart Even less legal - a sequel to 'Nothing legal' Evans 8f 8
Blythe, Richard Jack, the giant and the jiggery plot S French 12m 2f 7
Booth, Anthony Costa del Packet - a farce for women S French 5f 5
Booth, Anthony Hayling report - a play for women in One-Act H Quekett 7f 6
Booth, Anthony Ninth Day S French 3m 3f 6
Booth, Anthony The trial S French 5f 5
Bowen, John Little Boxes, Two Plays S French various 12
Bower, Margaret The animal connection S French 6f 7
Box, Muriel Anti-Clockwise S French 4f 4
Box, Muriel and Box, S Sing a song of sixpence -a play for women in One-Act S French 6f 6
Brittney, Lynn A Different Way to Die Playstage 2m 2f 4
Brittney, Lynn A Two Berth Life Playstage 2m 2f 5
Brittney, Lynn As the Family Playstage 2m 1f 4
Brittney, Lynn Have a Nice Day Playstage 3m 3f 6
Brittney, Lynn Mixed Doubles Playstage 5m 8f 12
Brittney, Lynn Motivation Playstage 2m 2f 5
Brittney, Lynn Nostalgia Playstage 3m 2f 6
Brittney, Lynn The Luvvies Playstage 3m 6f 9
Brockhill, George Nudes in Waning Light - a comedy S French 2m 5f 7
Burton, Brian J Cheers, Tears and Screamers Hanbury various 6
Burton, Brian J Face the queen - a play in One-Act Hanbury 7f 8
Burton, Brian J Question of Profit Hanbury 6f 6
Campton, David Cagebirds, A Play S French 8f 8
Campton, David Do-it-Yourself Frankenstein S French 9 chars. 17
Campton, David Everybody's Friend S French 4m 1f 5
Campton, David Ladies' Night, Four Plays for Women Garnet Miller various 8
Campton, David Laughter and Fear, Nine One-Act Blackie various 4
Campton, David Mrs Meadowsweet S French 6f 7
Campton, David On Stage Again, Fourteen Sketches Miller various 2
Campton, David On Stage, Seventeen Sketches and Miller various 2
Campton, David Permission to cry S French f5 or m1 f4 or m2 f3 5
Campton, David Singing in the wilderness S French 7f 8
Campton, David Us and them S French any number of characters 6
Campton, David Who calls? S French 6f 6
Campton, David Who calls? S French 6f 7
Cary, Falkland l Husbands Supplied S French 1m 7f 13
Castle, Nan Night in Bethlehem Evans 6f 6
Cavendish, Clare Christmas Visitor, A One-Act Evans 5f 6
Charlton, James M Modern One-Act plays for schools book 1 Ginn various 9
Charlton, James M Modern One-Act plays for schools book 2 Ginn various 8
Charlton, James M Modern One-Act plays for schools book 3 Ginn various 8
Charlton, James M Modern One-Act plays for schools book 4 Ginn various 7
Charlton, James M More Modern One-Act Plays, Book 1 Ginn various 7
Charlton, James M More Modern One-Act Plays, Book 2 Ginn various 8
Chinn, Jimmie A respectable funeral S French 1m 3f 4
Chinn, Jimmie But yesterday S French 2m 3f 7
Chinn, Jimmie In room five hundred and four S French 2m 2f 5
Chinn, Jimmie Interior designs S French 1m 3f 4
Chinn, Jimmie Pity about Kitty S French 1m 3f 7
Chinn, Jimmie Too long an Autumn S French 3m 4f 8
Christie, Agatha Afternoon at the Seaside, A Play S French 7m 5f 10
Christie, Agatha Patient S French 5m 4f 9
Christie, Agatha Rats S French 2m 2f 4
Churchill, C Blue Heart (contains the plays Heart's Desire and Blue Kettle) Nick Hern Books M2 F7 (with doubling, plus child extras) 9
Churchill, C Blue Kettle (SEE Blue Heart)      
Churchill, C Heart's Desire (SEE Blue Heart)      
Clark, Gwyn Anyone for Tennis? - a farce S French 2m 2f 4
Clay, N L All Aboard and Other Plays Heinemann various 7
Cole, Giles Secrets S French 2m 2f 5
Coles, Enid Once and for all S French 6f 8
Coles, Enid Secrets S French 6f 8
Constanduros, Mabel Little Plays About Grandma S French various 4
Constanduros, Mabel and Agg, Howard Cuckoo time - a country comedy in One-Act S French 7f 12
Constanduros, Mabel and Constanduros, D Nest of saucepans / Taking the chair S French 5f 7
Cook, C R Beastie and Beaut S French 12 chars. 9
Coward, Noel Fumed Oak S French 1m 3f 5
Coward, Noel Red Peppers, An Interlude with S French 4m 2f 14
Cox, Constance Maria Marten S French 5m 9f 8
Cruden, Thomas Doll and the Marquis S French 4m 3f 7
Dahl, Roald Charlie and the chocolate factory adapted by R R George Penguin 10m 9f 6
Dahl, Roald Charlie and the great glass elevator adapted by R R George Puffin 17m 4f 12
Dahl, Roald Fantastic Mister Fox adapted by S Reid Puffin 9m 7f sprs. 13
Dahl, Roald James and the giant peach adapted by R R George Penguin large cast 12
Dale, Adrian Slight misunderstanding - a light comedy S French 6f 6
Davies, Andrew Thermal Underwear, A Comedy S French 3m 3f 6
Dinner, William Mr Fothergill Joins the Angels S French 5m 4f 9
Downing, Martin Demon - a thriller S French 3m 4f 17
Doyle, Arthur Conan Four Sherlock Homes Plays J Murray various 6
Dunbar, Janet Five Festival Plays Harrap various 6
Durband, Alan Playbill 1 Hutchinson various 11
Durband, Alan Playbill 3 Hutchinson various 19
Edwards, Tony Return - a play S French 4m 2f 6
Evans, E Eynon New Leaf S French 4m 4f 8
Everard, Elizabeth Eight more One-Act plays for women Harrap various 12
Fletcher, Lucille Sorry, wrong number and Hitch Dramatists Play Services various 11
Fraser, Jessica Bodenham Romp S French 3m 8f 8
Frayn, Michael Listen to this S French various 5
Frisby, Terence Seaside Postcard, A comedy S French 4m 4f 6
Garstang, Jean Seven monologues for women Deane 1f 3
Green, George Mace Ritual For Dolls - a play S French 2m 2f 4
Green, Michael Coarse acting strikes back -4 more coarse plays S French various 8
Greenslade, Mary and Harvey, A Scenes for two - book 1 (duologues) S French 2 chars. 2
Greenslade, Mary and Harvey, A Scenes for two - book 2 (duologues) S French 2f 2
Halifax, Peggy Five short sketches Kenyon House 4f 5
Halifax, Peggy Ten minute sketches Kenyon House various 6
Hayward, Jean M Bridal path Hanbury Plays 5f 7
Hillman, Barry L Iron magnolias S French 7f 8
Holloway, Jonathan The Dark S French 3m 1f 5
Holloway, Jonathan The Monkey's Paw (adapted from the short story by WW Jacobs) S French 4m1f 5
Hood, Evelyn Curses, foiled again - a play S French 2m 3f 5
Jacobs, W W Monkey's Paw S French 3m 2f 5
James, Stella Wyn All right on the night - a comedy Kenyon House 6f 6
Johnson, Philip Late Miss Cordell S French 1m 5f 6
Johnson, Philip No Weeds for the Widow, A Comedy S French 2m 4f 5
Johnson, Philip World without men - a fantastical comedy S French 7f 7
Jones, Graham Do-Gooders - a play S French 4m 2f 6
Kay, Maxine A Octet - 8 solo numbers for women Kenyon Deane various 3
Kilgarrif, Michael Three Comedy Sketches, The Heir S French various 6
Kilgarriff, Michael Three More Melodramas S French various 5
Lang, Louisa Charade 2 Kenyon Deane various 6
Lillington, Kennet Fourth Windmill Book of One Heinemann various 6
Lovegrove, Arthur Clara's on the curtains - a comedy for women S French 10f 10
Lovegrove, Arthur Nasty things, murders S French 5f 5
Macrae, Arthur Living for Pleasure S French various 5
Mander, Charles Cup Final - a comedy S French 4m 3f 7
Mander, Charles World premier - a comedy S French 3m 4f 8
Manktelow, Bettine Charity Begins S French 4f 4
Marriott, James W One-Act Plays for Today, fourth series Harrap various 5
Marriott, James W One-Act Plays for Today, second series Harrap various 5
Marriott, James W One-Act Plays for Today, sixth series Harrap various 5
Marriott, James W One-Act Plays for Today, third series Harrap various 6
Marriott, James W One-Act Plays of Today, first series Harrap various 5
McConnell, Jean Deckchairs 1- 5 short plays S French 2f 2
McConnell, Jean Millie's Tale S French 2m 4f 7
Morgan, John Kids S French 2m 2f + 1 either sex 5
Mortimer, John Come as you are S French 2m 2f 5
Mortimer, John Fear of Heaven S French 5m 2f 7
Mortimer, John Knightsbridge - a play S French 2m 2f 4
Nield Do me a favour Evans 3m 2f 7
Niggli, Josephina Miracle at Blaise S French 6f 7
Oakley, William Rumpelstiltskin Hanbury 3m 2f 5
Oliver, Reggie Music lovers  (adapted from "Amour et Piano" by Georges Feydeau S French 1m 4f 7
Pakington, Mary Time and Mrs Podbury Deane 7m 4f 6
Pinter, Harold A kind of Alaska S French 1m 2f 3
Plowman, Gillian David's Birthday - a play S French 3m 2f 5
Plowman, Gillian The Allotment S French 5f 6
Plowman, Gillian The window cleaner S French 1m 1f 2
Popplewell, Jack Mother's day out - a comedy S French 5f 5
Potter, Dennis Blue remembered hills S French 5m 2f 5
Priestley, J B Glass of Bitter S French 3m 2f 5
Raby, Derek We need a man - a comedy S French 5f 6
Raffle, Diana Camp Confidence S French 7f 7
Rattigan, Terence Browning Version S French 5m 2f 10
Ready, Stuart I Want to be an Actor S French various 5
Ready, Stuart Peril at the post office - a farcical comedy Deane 7f 5
Reakes, Paul Mantrap - a thriller S French 3m 2f 6
Rensten, Mary The skip S French 5f 5
Reza, Yasmina The God of Carnage (translated by Christopher Hampton) Faber 2m 2f 6
Robertson, A S Luck of the draw S French 3m 1f 4
Rook, Robin Play ten - 10 short plays E Arnold various 10
Russell, Willy Our day out and other plays Thomas various 11
Shaffer, Peter Black Comedy, A Comedy S French 5m 3f 9
Shirley, Rae What shall we do with the body? Baker 1m 2f 3
Simpson, N F A resounding tinkle S French 1m 2f 3
Smith, Leo Whence - a play S French 1m 1f 2
Snelgrove, Michael Hidden Meanings - a comedy S French 4m 5f 10
Stayton, Frank Tree, A Play in One-Act English Theatre Guild 7f 8
Stewart, Hugh Room in the tower S French 4f 9
Stoppard, Tom After Magritte - a play S French 3m 2f 5
Stoppard, Tom Albert's Bridge S French 10m 2f sprs. 12
Stoppard, Tom Real Inspector Hound S French 5m 3f 8
Summers, David Straight to DVD Playstage 3m 2f 6
Taylor, A R Hiss the Villain, or Foiled and counterfoiled S French 5m 2f 17
Thain, Paul Stone Soup - a modern fable S French 12m 8f sprs. 12
Tristram, David Last Tango in Little Grimley/Joining the club Flying Ducks 2m 2f 4
Turner, Margaret Beginners please - a comedy in One-Act Deane 6f 5
Tydeman, Richard Ah, cruel fate! S French 5m (extras) 4f 8
Tydeman, Richard Albert Laddin S French 4m 6f 21
Tydeman, Richard Ali's Barbara S French 6m 7f 25
Tydeman, Richard Ask a silly question S French 12 f + extras 11
Tydeman, Richard Cock Robin Hood S French Various 15
Tydeman, Richard Little Red Whittington S French large cast 8
Tydeman, Richard Puss in slippers S French 4m 6f 10
Tydeman, Richard Space-woman S French 4f min. 10
Tydeman, Richard Speeches and cream S French 10f + extras 12
Tydeman, Richard Spring song singers S French 10 chrs. 11
Tydeman, Richard Unhand me, Squire S French 4m 4f + f extras 13
Tydeman, Richard Way out west! Evans 6m 4f + extras 12
Uhry, Alfred Driving Miss Daisy Dramatists Play Services 2m 1f 3
Wade, Martyn Did you know it was Christmas time? Belton 4m 6
Wandor Plays by Women - vol 1 Methuen various 5
Wandor Plays by Women - vol 2 Methuen various 5
Warburton, Nick The last bread pudding S French 3m 4f or 2m 5f 7
Weldon, Fay The reading group S French 2m 5f 7
Williams, Tennessee Mister Paradise and other one-act plays S French various 8
Wood, Margaret Double Dealers S French 4m 2f 6
Wood, Margaret Edward Evans 7f 16
Wood, Margaret Fishy Business S French 6m 4f 10
Wood, Margaret King and the Quaker S French 1m 4f 6
Wood, Margaret Person of No Consequence S French 8f 8
Wood, Margaret Top table - a satirical comedy S French 8m sprs. 7
Wood, Patricia Captain Blackboot and the Wallamagrumba S French 16m 7f sprs. 11
Wood, Patricia Captain Blackboot's island S French 14m 6f sprs. 13
Wood, Patricia Dandelion time - a fantasy S French 25m 19f sprs. 12
 

Female Cast

Author(s) Title and Details Publisher Cast Copies
  Last-minute sketches Kenyon-Deane 5f 6
  Quintet: Monolgues and Duologues for women only Deane 3f 3
Aron, Geraldine The Donahue sisters S French 3f 11
Banister, Eve Margaret -a play in One-Act Garnet Miller 4f 11
Bate, Sam Head of the House S French 7f 6
Bate, Sam Rumour - a play for women S French 6f 7
Bird, Constance Good Send Off, A Comedy in One-Act English Theatre Guild 8f 7
Black, Ian Stuart Even less legal - a sequel to 'Nothing legal' Evans 8f 8
Black, Muriel Crisis and confidence S French 10f 14
Booth, Anthony Costa del Packet - a farce for women S French 5f 5
Booth, Anthony Hayling report - a play for women in One-Act H Quekett 7f 6
Booth, Anthony Ladies, this is war! S French 6f 6
Booth, Anthony None the Wiser: A comedy S French 7f 7
Booth, Anthony The trial S French 5f 5
Bower, Margaret The animal connection S French 6f 7
Box, Muriel Anti-Clockwise S French 4f 4
Box, Muriel and Box, S Sing a song of sixpence -a play for women in One-Act S French 6f 6
Burton, Brian J Face the queen - a play in One-Act Hanbury 7f 8
Burton, Brian J Question of Profit Hanbury 6f 6
Campton, David Cagebirds, A Play S French 8f 8
Campton, David Mrs Meadowsweet S French 6f 7
Campton, David Permission to cry S French f5 or m1 f4 or m2 f3 5
Campton, David Singing in the wilderness S French 7f 8
Campton, David Who calls? S French 6f 7
Campton, David Who calls? S French 6f 6
Castle, Nan Night in Bethlehem Evans 6f 6
Cavendish, Clare Christmas Visitor, A One-Act Evans 5f 6
Churchill, Caryl Top girls S French 7f with trebling 7
Coles, Enid Once and for all S French 6f 8
Coles, Enid Secrets S French 6f 8
Constanduros, Mabel and Agg, Howard Cuckoo time - a country comedy in One-Act S French 7f 12
Constanduros, Mabel and Constanduros, D Nest of saucepans / Taking the chair S French 5f 7
Dale, Adrian Slight misunderstanding - a light comedy S French 6f 6
Everard, Elizabeth Eight more One-Act plays for women Harrap various 12
Garstang, Jean Seven monologues for women Deane 1f 3
Greenslade, Mary and Harvey, A Scenes for two - book 2 (duologues) S French 2f 2
Halifax, Peggy Five short sketches Kenyon House 4f 5
Halifax, Peggy Ten minute sketches Kenyon House various 6
Hare, David Breath of life S French 2f 2
Harling, Robert Steel magnolias S French 6f 6
Hayward, Jean M Bridal path Hanbury Plays 5f 7
Hillman, Barry L Iron magnolias S French 7f 8
James, Stella Wyn All right on the night - a comedy Kenyon House 6f 6
Johnson, Philip World without men - a fantastical comedy S French 7f 7
Kay, Maxine A Octet - 8 solo numbers for women Kenyon Deane various 3
Lang, Louisa Charade 2 Kenyon Deane various 6
Lovegrove, Arthur Clara's on the curtains - a comedy for women S French 10f 10
Lovegrove, Arthur Nasty things, murders S French 5f 5
Manktelow, Bettine Charity Begins S French 4f 4
McConnell, Jean Deckchairs 1- 5 short plays S French 2f 2
McConnell, Jean Deckchairs 4 S French 2f 2
McGillivray, David Haunted through lounge and recessed dining S French 6f or 1m 5f 11
Niggli, Josephina Miracle at Blaise S French 6f 7
Pielmeier Agnes of God S French 3f 5
Plowman, Gillian The Allotment S French 5f 6
Popplewell, Jack Mother's day out - a comedy S French 5f 5
Raby, Derek We need a man - a comedy S French 5f 6
Raffle, Diana Camp Confidence S French 7f 7
Ready, Stuart Peril at the post office - a farcical comedy Deane 7f 5
Reid, Georgina Ladies of spirit - a comedy Evans 9f 6
Rensten, Mary The skip S French 5f 5
Stayton, Frank Tree, A Play in One-Act English Theatre Guild 7f 8
Stewart, Hugh Room in the tower S French 4f 9
Turner, Margaret Beginners please - a comedy in One-Act Deane 6f 5
Tydeman, Richard Ask a silly question S French 12 f + extras 11
Tydeman, Richard Space-woman S French 4f min. 10
Tydeman, Richard Speeches and cream S French 10f + extras 12
Wood, Margaret Edward Evans 7f 16
Wood, Margaret Person of No Consequence S French 8f 8
 

Playsets for a male cast

Author(s) Title and Details Publisher Cast Copies
Beckett, Samuel Waiting for Godot, A Tragicomedy S French 5m 7
Bennett, Alan Beyond the fringe - a revue S French 5m 10
De Filippo, Eduard Filumena S French 6m 10
Eliot, T S Murder in the Cathedral Faber 9m sprs. 5
Firth, T Neville's island - comedy S French 4m 5
Jerome, Jerome K Three men in a boat adapted by Jim Sperinck Jasper Publications 3m 3
Pinter, Harold Caretaker Methuen 3m 3
Pinter, Harold Caretaker S French 3m 3
Pinter, Harold Dumb Waiter S French 2m 3
Reza, Yasmina Art Faber 3m 3
Rose, Reginald Twelve angry men S French 14m 10
Sherriff, R C Journey's End S French 11m 11
Wade, Martyn Did you know it was Christmas time? Belton 4m 6
Wood, Margaret Top table - a satirical comedy S French 8m sprs. 7
 

Plays for children

Author(s) Title and Details Publisher Cast Copies
Adams, P H and Carter, C Jack and the beanstalk - a basic pantomime S French 4m 5f sprs. 9
Alcott, L M Little women adapted by M De Forest SEE De Forest, Marian S French 5m 7f 6
Astell, Betty Aladdin - a pantomime S French 9m 3f sprs. 11
Ayckbourn, Alan Callisto 5 S French 3m 1f or 2m 1f 4
Ayckbourn, Alan Invisible friends Faber 4m 3f 7
Ayckbourn, Alan Mr A's amazing maze plays S French 6m 2f 8
Barrie, J M Peter Pan, A fantasy in five acts S French large cast 12
Bayliss, A E M Junior one-act plays of today 2nd series Harrap various 4
Bennett, Alan Wind in the willows adapted from the book by Kenneth Grahame Faber 12m sprs. 8
Blythe, Richard Jack, the giant and the jiggery plot S French 12m 2f 7
Bolt, Robert Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew Heinemann 9m 1f 9
Bradley, Alfred Scatterbrained scarecrow of Oz S French 9m 7f min 9 10
Bradley, Alfred Wizard of Oz from the book by Baum S French 6m 7f 10
Bradley, Alfred and Bond, M Adventures of a bear called Paddington S French 5m 3f sprs. 10
Brecht, Bertolt Mother Courage and her Children trans. Willett Methuen large cast 9
Broadhurst, Alan Great cross-country race, or the hare and the tortoise Anchorage 14m 6f 6
Carter, Margaret Puss in Boots - pantomime S French 15m 8f sprs. 8
Carter, Margaret Sleeping beauty - pantomime S French 20 chars. 13
Carter, Margaret Snow White and the seven dwarfs S French 14m 9f 11
Chapman, John Chicken run Heinemann 11m 6f 5
Charlton, James M Modern One-Act plays for schools book 1 Ginn various 9
Charlton, James M Modern One-Act plays for schools book 2 Ginn various 8
Charlton, James M Modern One-Act plays for schools book 3 Ginn various 8
Charlton, James M Modern One-Act plays for schools book 4 Ginn various 7
Cullen, Alan Hans,the witch and the gobbin S French 7m 6f 14
Dahl, Roald Charlie and the chocolate factory adapted by R R George Penguin 10m 9f 6
Dahl, Roald Charlie and the great glass elevator adapted by R R George Puffin 17m 4f 12
Dahl, Roald Fantastic Mister Fox adapted by S Reid Puffin 9m 7f sprs. 13
Dahl, Roald Giraffe and the Pelly and me S French 6m 1f 7
Dahl, Roald James and the giant peach adapted by R R George Penguin large cast 12
Dahl, Roald Witches S French 4m 6f sprs. 9
Dickens, C Christmas Carol adapted by S Sutton S French 23m 15f 12
Durband, Alan Playbill 1 Hutchinson various 11
Durband, Alan Playbill 2 Hutchinson various 15
Durband, Alan Playbill 3 Hutchinson various 19
Ellison, Les Space Junk - a play for children S French various 12
Ellison, Les Utter garbage S French 7 chars. 5 sprs. 10
Foxton, David Card play, or, the truth about the knave of hearts S French 16 chars. 12
Foxton, David Crowns, the king and the long lost smile S French 12m 4f sprs. 10
Gardiner, John Dracula spectacular S French 24 chars. 12
Gardiner, John and Coleman, F Mr Macaroni and the exploding pizza pie S French 4m 3f sprs. 10
Gavin, Bill Land of Kerfuffle - a play for Christmas S French 12m 3f sprs. 12
Gray, Nicholas S Beauty and the beast OUP 4m 3f 6
Gray, Nicholas S Imperial nightingale OUP 9m 4f sprs. 5
Gray, Nicholas S Princess and the swineherd OUP 4m 6f 5
Greenslade, Mary and Harvey, A Scenes for two - book 1 (duologues) S French 2 chars. 2
Hall, Willis Christmas crackers S French 7m 2f 18
Hall, Willis Kidnapped at Christmas S French 7m 2f 10
Hall, Willis Right Christmas caper S French 7m 2f 10
Hall, Willis Wind in the willows- A musical based on the story by Kenneth Grahame S French 15ch sprs 12
Harding, Margaret Sea king's daughter S French 20m16f sprs 12
Hay, Ian Crimson coconut S French 4m 2f 6
Horitz, Toby Good king Wenceslas and the chancellor of Bohemia S French 5m 2f sprs. 8
Hutchins, Pat Curse of the Egyptian mummy S French 5m 4f +7m 1f child 12
Jackson, Elizabeth Alice in Wonderland from the book by L Carroll Heinemann large cast 6
Kipling, Rudyard Jungle book adapted by J Hartoch S French 24m 5f 9
Lewis, Clive Staples Lion, the witch and the wardrobe adapted by G Robbins S French 11m 6f 12
Lewis, Clive Staples Magician's nephew adapted by G Robbins S French 16m 5f 10
Lewis, Clive Staples Voyage of the Dawntreader adapted by G Robbins S French 24m 5f 10
Lloyd, Richard Treasure Island - the panto S French 19 chars. 12
Milne, A A Winnie-the-Pooh adapted by G Robbins S French 7m 4f 11
Milne, A A Winnie-the-Pooh, a play in three acts dramatised by K Sergel Dramatic 13 chars. 8
Mitchell, Adrian Tom Kitten and his friends - a play with songs based on the stories by Beatrix Potter S French 18 chars. 9
Morgan, Verne Dick Whittington - pantomime S French 15m 3f 10
Morgan, Verne Old King Cole / King Cole in Space - pantomime S French 6m 5f sprs. 12
Morley, John Wind in the willows - musical play adapted from the book by Kenneth Grahame S French 22 chars. 12
Murdoch, Helen and McCracken, E Alan and the king's daughters - a musical play S French 1m 9f sprs 10
Nicol, Ron Snow Queen S French 32 chars. 12
Oakley, William Rumpelstiltskin Hanbury 3m 2f 5
O'Gorman, Denis Shepherd's story - a Christmas musical play Grail large cast 6
Pratchett, Terry Wyrd sisters Corgi 8m 5f 12
Pullman, Philip Sherlock Holmes and the Limehouse horror Nelson 8m 3f 9
Reakes, Paul Little Jack Horner - a pantomime S French 7m 6f sprs. 11
Robbins, Norman Ali Baba and the forty thieves - a pantomime S French 10 chars. sprs. 11
Roberts, B Angelica and the monstrous monster of the deep S French 10m 4f 10
Ruskin, Sheila and Wood, D Owl and the pussycat went to see - a musical play S French 9m 8f 12
Russell, Willy Our day out and other plays Thomas various 11
Smith, Dodie Hundred and one dalmations S French 9 chars. sprs. 18
Thackeray, W M Rose and the ring - pantomime adapted by H Deans S French various 9
Thain, Paul Stone Soup - a modern fable S French 12m 8f sprs. 12
Thurber, James Thirteen clocks adapted by F Lowe S French 13m 2f 10
Toksvig, Jenifer Curious quest for the sandman's sand S French 11 chars. sprs 12
Toksvig, Jenifer Shake, ripple and roll S French 13 chars. 12
Tristram, David Inspector Drake and the perfekt crime Flying Ducks 3m 2f 6
Tristram, David Inspector Drake and the time machine Flying Ducks 5-9 chars. 10
Tristram, David Inspector Drake's last case Flying Ducks 7m 4f (or 7m 5f) 12
Waterhouse, Keith Children's Day S French 3m 4f 6
West, Trudy Beauty and the beast - a basic pantomime S French 5m 4f sprs. 10
West, Trudy Mother Goose - a basic pantomime S French 10m 8f sprs. 12
West, Trudy Sleeping Beauty - a basic pantomime S French 9m14f sprs. 10
Whelan, Peter Accrington pals S French 5m 5f 10
Williams, Simon William Golding's Lord of the flies adapted by N Williams Faber 14m 12
Wood, D Pied piper - a musical play S French 5m 4f & 20 chars. 8
Wood, D Rupert and the green dragon S French 16 chars. 12
Wood, David Babe the sheep-pig S French 10 chars. sprs. 11
Wood, David Babes in the magic wood - a family musical S French 8m 4f sprs. 10
Wood, David Meg and Mog show based on the books by H Nicoll and J Pienkowski S French 8m 5f 12
Wood, David Selfish shellfish Amber Lane 4m 3f 8
Wood, David and Ruskin, S Larry the lamb in Toytown - a musical play S French 7m 3f 6
Wood, Patricia Captain Blackboot and the Wallamagrumba S French 16m 7f sprs. 11
Wood, Patricia Captain Blackboot's island S French 14m 6f sprs. 13
Wood, Patricia Dandelion time - a fantasy S French 25m 19f sprs. 12
Wood, Patricia Wizard of wobbling rock S French 37 chars. 12
 

Christmas plays and pantomimes

Author(s) Title and Details Publisher Cast Copies
Adams, P H and Carter, C Jack and the beanstalk - a basic pantomime S French 4m 5f sprs. 9
Allen, Janet Three Medieval plays Heinemann various 6
Astell, Betty Aladdin - a pantomime S French 9m 3f sprs. 11
Barrie, J M Peter Pan, A fantasy in five acts S French large cast 12
Bolt, Robert Thwarting of Baron Bolligrew Heinemann 9m 1f 9
Carter, Margaret Dick Whittington - a pantomime S French 19 chars. 12
Carter, Margaret Puss in Boots - pantomime S French 15m 8f sprs. 8
Carter, Margaret Sleeping beauty - pantomime S French 20 chars. 13
Carter, Margaret Snow White and the seven dwarfs S French 14m 9f 11
Castle, Nan Night in Bethlehem Evans 6f 6
Cavendish, Clare Christmas Visitor, A One-Act Evans 5f 6
Deans, Harris The rose and the ring: Thackeray's fireside pantomime adapted by Harris Deans S French large mixed cast 9
Dickens, C Christmas Carol adapted by S Sutton S French 23m 15f 12
Gavin, Bill Land of Kerfuffle - a play for Christmas S French 12m 3f sprs. 12
Hall, Willis Christmas crackers S French 7m 2f 18
Hall, Willis Kidnapped at Christmas S French 7m 2f 10
Hall, Willis Right Christmas caper S French 7m 2f 10
Harding, Mike Comfort and Joy S French 6m 6f 12
Horitz, Toby Good king Wenceslas and the chancellor of Bohemia S French 5m 2f sprs. 8
Kay, M Jeremiah's Christmas, A Comedy S French 5m 4f 9
Lloyd, Richard Treasure Island - the panto S French 19 chars. 12
Lloyd, Robert Christmas Cavalier - a pantomime S French 8m 5f sprs. 11
McGillivray, David Farndale  Avenue Housing Estate - Christmas Carol S French 1m 4f sprs. 14
Mcloughlin, Patrick Cinderladdin, A Pantomime S French 7 chars. 7
Morgan, Verne Dick Whittington - pantomime S French 15m 3f 10
Morgan, Verne Old King Cole / King Cole in Space - pantomime S French 6m 5f sprs. 12
Nicol, Ron Snow Queen S French 32 chars. 12
Niggli, Josephina Miracle at Blaise S French 6f 7
O'Gorman, Denis Shepherd's story - a Christmas musical play Grail large cast 6
Reakes, Paul Little Jack Horner - a pantomime S French 7m 6f sprs. 11
Robbins, Norman Ali Baba and the forty thieves - a pantomime S French 10 chars. sprs. 11
Robbins, Norman The white cat S French 15 12
Sutton, Shaun Christmas Carol S French large cast 12
Thackeray, W M Rose and the ring - pantomime adapted by H Deans S French various 9
Tydeman, Richard Albert Laddin S French 4m 6f 21
Tydeman, Richard Ali's Barbara S French 6m 7f 25
Tydeman, Richard Cock Robin Hood S French Various 15
Tydeman, Richard Forty Winks Beauty- a potted pantomime S French 5m 7f 12
Tydeman, Richard Puss in slippers S French 4m 6f 10
Tydeman, Richard Snow White Special - a dwarf pantomime S French large cast 11
Tydeman, Richard Who's bean stalking? S French Various 12
Wade, Martyn Did you know it was Christmas time? Belton 4m 6
West, Trudy Beauty and the beast - a basic pantomime S French 5m 4f sprs. 10
West, Trudy Mother Goose - a basic pantomime S French 10m 8f sprs. 12
West, Trudy Sleeping Beauty - a basic pantomime S French 9m14f sprs. 10
 
 
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