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Snip... Snip... Next Please! By Steve Abbott
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A delightful, touching one act comedy from the author of 'Purgatory Park' and 'Living With Elvis' that explores the lives of three very different men with one thing in common, the need to get sliced... More > and diced. As tensions run high, will they survive each others company long enough to make it to the operating theatre?< Less
Living With Elvis By Steve Abbott
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Touching, funny, two act play. Jessi feels it’s time to get on the property ladder, but can’t for the life of her work out why she bought number thirteen Samuel Avenue. The house is a... More > wreck and hides a bizarre secret. Along with her best friend and an estate agent she sets about making it home, but events conspire to make her question her decision to buy this particular property. Maybe the fact the ghost of Elvis has decided to set up home there has a lot to do with her feelings of unease. Could they possibly live side by side or has something got to give?< Less
Purgatory Park By Steve Abbott
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'Hilarious, Thought Provoking, Musical Two Act Play...' God has had a lot on his plate lately and mistakes have started to creep in. His latest blunder finds him calling a mortal before his allotted... More > time. Adam Finemess is an ordinary guy, fumbling his way through life in his own merry chauvinistic way, when he suddenly finds himself in purgatory fighting for his life. With the help of his new found friend, Reggie the theatrical agent and assistance from Elvis Presley and camp Colin, can he possibly triumph in the celestial trial of the century and win back his mortal soul or will God get his way?< Less
Liars' Bar By Steve Abbott
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Nostalgic, provocative two act play from the author of 'Purgatory Park' and 'Living With Elvis' Once upon a time in a land not far away, there stood on many a street corner a building known... More > affectionately as ‘The Local’. Across the length and breadth of this great land, serving all from the working classes to the landed gentry, the Great British Pub reigned supreme at the heart of the community. Alas those heady days are nothing but a distant memory, replaced by smoke free child friendly eateries and housing developments. The Liars’ Bar takes us back to a time when the landlord was God, men were men and women knew how to nag. Featuring music by one of the greatest British bands of all time, The Beautiful South, why don’t you pull up a bar stool, sit back and soak in the atmosphere of a long lost institution that was the Liars’ Bar.< Less

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