Full Length Drama

Plays are arranged by cast size, ranging from small to large.

Five actors or less

100 Minutes

Four actors (3M, 1F) Running time: 100 minutes.  Drama about the first flight from the UK to Ireland. The pilot was an Anglo-Irishman; son of a wealthy Irish family – Denys Corbett Wilson. The play celebrates this achievement and the life of Corbett Wilson who was tragically killed in action flying with the Royal Air Corps in May 1915. Click here for details

And the Grey Matter in Between 

Four actors (2M, 2F) Running time: 90 minutes.  Drama about a stalker.  Obsession is intriguing. And in a relationship, what leads to obsession getting out of hand? How much is real, how much is a mind game?  Click here for details 

The Deciding Factor 

Four actors (2M, 3F) Running time: 90 minutes  Drama about a talent show host. John Tower is an outspoken judge on the hit talent TV show 'Star Potential'. A contestant has committed suicide after appearing on the show and a suicide note found beside the body suggests that his comments might have been the deciding factor. Click here for details

Heroes Without a Parachute

Three actors (3M) Running time: 120 minutes  The play follows the fortunes of three young men (based on real characters) who eagerly joined the fledgling Royal Flying Corps, formed a couple of years before the outbreak of war in 1914. Click here for details

Eight actors or less

Ad Nauseum

Five actors (4M, 3F) Running time: 90 minutes.  Working in advertising, there's the need to 'believe' in the product one is selling, even if only temporarily. But how far could one stretch that belief, if a product or service runs completely counter to one's convictions? Click here for details

Out on a Limb

Five actors (2M, 2F, 1 boy + several pre-recorded voices) Running Time: 90 minutes. What will it take to bring in a government that is truly committed to taking decisions which will have a real and lasting effect on the environment? Out on a Limb explores what would happen if a catastrophic natural disaster were to precipitate the emergence of a new party and new Government. Click here for details

More than eight actors


Eight actors, one musician (5M, 2F, 1M/F, 1 musician) Running time: 90 minutes. Dog-eat-dog is a powerful drama, coupled with scenes of very funny comedy, about a redundant advertising executive who moves in with a group of homeless people and arranges a publicity stunt to draw attention to their predicament. Click here for details

The Railway Children Lady 

12 actors, 9 with doubling + recorded voices - 7M (4 with doubling), 4F, 1 teenage girl, 3 children (voices only). Running Time: 105 minutes. Forever remembered as the author of ‘The Railway Children’ and a host of other children’s books, Edith Nesbit was testimony to the maxim that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. Click here for details

Call Me Dusty (play with music)

12 actors (6m, 6f with doubling) large cast version. Also 1m, 2f professional version. Running Time: 1 hr 45 minutes. Without doubt the finest white soul singer of her era, Dusty Springfield is for millions the definitive pop diva. Her lifestyle was the stuff of legend – and great drama. Click here for details



This article was updated on 3 July 2020