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Scripts for Youth Groups

 

A Walk in the Park

by Dave Buchanan

Dave Buchanan's new play is about an incident-packed school trip to Hyde Park


Drama

 

Baker Street Kids, The - The Case of the Riverbank Chase

by Dave Buchanan

A Sherlock Holmes mystery for youth groups featuring the Baker Street Irregulars.


Drama

 

Baker Street Kids, The -The Case of the Newgate Breakout

by Dave Buchanan

A Sherlock Holmes mystery for youth groups featuring the Baker Street Irregulars.


Drama

 

Best of Enemies

by Ron Nicol

A powerful, occasionally violent tale of gang culture and teenage angst, with overtones of West Side Story, set in a Scottish inner city.


Drama

 

Blues Sisters, The

by Mark Rees

A comedy with music by Mark Rees for a large cast of teenagers (fifteen, plus four parts for younger children). The script is lively, inventive and very funny.


Comedy

 

Cinderellas Time Out

by Jane Lockyer Willis

Jane Lockyer Willis delightful new take on the classic fairytale.


Comedy

 

Cloud Hopping

by Jonathan Whiteside

This play won first prize in the Drama Association of Wales's one act play competition (2008).


Drama

 

Edge, The

by Ron Nicol

A suspenseful and emotionally charged two-hander for two teenagers on the difficult subject of teenage suicide.


 

Friends & Neighbours

by Ron Nicol

A modern teenage drama with overtones of 'West Side Story'.


Drama

 

Hollywood Fairytale, A

by Aberdour Youth Theatre

A fantasy comedy for youth groups.


Comedy

 

How To Marry A Prince

by Charlotte Murray

A Christmas play with a cast of thousands, (seventy nine, to be precise) and aimed specifically at children aged 8-11 (Primaries four to seven). Funny lines, colourful characters, songs and sketches, and lots of parts. "Our P4-7s performed this Panto at Christmas and it was a runaway success! The children really shone in their roles. The 'pythonesque' humour made it a fun night for the adult audience. Highly recommend it." Kate Whiteley, Head Teacher, Aberdour Primary School


 

Hunt For Aiken Drum, The

by Jonathan Whiteside

A lively play for youth groups (8 to 12 year-olds) involving a group of children, a man called Auld Jock, some Brownies, and a local monster. A mixed cast of five boys and six girls (other permutations are possible, but one older boy is required)


Drama

 

It′s Only Make Believe

by Mark Rees

Mark Rees's poignant and amusing tale of young love set in Scarborough in 1956, the era of Teddy Boys and rock 'n' roll.


Drama

 

Killing Time

by Liz Niven

Modern/historical drama for youth


Drama

 

Knowledge, The

by Mark Edwards

A witty two-hander for two young men


 

Mickey Moon & the Mushroom Mountain

by Frank Gibbons

A new sci-fi play for youth groups by Frank Gibbons, Commended in the 2015 Play On Words Competition.


Drama

 

Mountain High

by Dave Buchanan

An adventure drama for a teenage cast written by Dave Buchanan. Shortlisted in SCDA Play On Words 2002.


Drama

 

Mrs Worthington′s Daughters

by Mark Rees

Mark Rees's prize-winning satire on fame and modern society's obsession with it.


Comedy

 

Please Don′t Tell

by Les Clarke

This compelling play by Les Clarke is about friendship, blackmail, revenge and love within a group of teenage friends. The cast is three girls and three boys (all 17-18).


 

Rain On Me

by Mark Rees

Mark Rees' award-winning drama for teenagers was first performed at the Lochside Theatre Castle Douglas in February 2001. It went on to win the Quidi Vidi trophy at the Scottish Youth Finals in Dundee in June the same year.


Drama

 

Remembrance

by Mark Rees

Mark Rees's poignant and at times disturbing account 0f under-age soldiers in the Great War.


Drama

 

Sing When You′re Winning

by Mark Rees

A musical comedy for a teenage cast with words by Mark Rees and music composed by Gordon Mundie.


Comedy

 

Star Crossed

by Mark Rees

A challenging two-hander for two 17 year-old girls set in Belfast during the Troubles.


Drama

 

Teen-People

by Mark Rees

Mark Rees' award-winning play is a futuristic, involving drama for teenagers with overtones of Big Brother.


 

The Fictional Five

by Simon Rayner Davis

Simon Davis's spoof version of Enid Blyton's Famous Five series is a ripping, gripping and very funny yarn about the F Five's adventures, featuring spooks, Count Dwakula, werewolves and the dreaded Stinkinmonsters.


Comedy

 

The Secret

by Joy Davis

A black comedy for youth groups with multiple parts for male and female


Drama

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