BLOOD by Nettie Baskcomb Brown

This award winning play tackles the serious topic of the human circulatory system through comedy. Following a family of red blood cells, a team of platelets, the Clots, and two pugilistic white cells, Luke and O'Cyte, these youngsters experience fry ups, a gym workout, a night on the town resulting in traumatic injury and a holiday in the sun! 

WHEN A MAN KNOWS by Alan Richardson

A 1980’s businessman is held captive by an unknown woman. Who is she? Why has he been kidnapped? What does she want? The shocking truth is revealed in a powerful and challenging one-act scene.

This one-act two-handed play scooped the Best Actor and Best Production Awards at the independently adjudicated Montgomeryshire Community Drama Association One Act Play Festival at Berriew earlier in April.

We've received some very good, unsolicited reviews on our Facebook page:

Your play was absolutely stunning, and a privilege to watch. Such powerful performances. Mr J.P

A staggeringly good production. Mr A.D.

One of the best plays I've seen. Mr  L.S

Stunning, enthralling, best play I've seen in years. Mr A.D

Absolutely amazing- on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. Mrs S.C