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John Peel
Working in the Following Genres:
Full-Length Plays
One-Act Plays
Sketches, Skits or Very Short Plays

Following retirement after a career in construction and development, John Peel, a West Cumbrian and three times great grandson of the famous huntsman finally fulfilled an ambition to write plays. Winning entries for short plays in a North West Playwright competition was the catalyst that kick started this process.

One of the advantages of a long life is the great number of scenarios and experiences observed over time and stored in the memory bank… in other words, ideas and themes for stage plays. The first four full length plays are observations of life in a semi -rural community. Of these ‘The WI Blues’ has been performed widely. The current portfolio now extends to sixteen pieces varying from sketches to full length drama following situations we are all familiar with, for example… the pitfalls of moving home…the validity of marriage vows… political incompetence… running a business… sat navs… and life and death, or more succinctly life after death as in ‘Up, Up and Away’. In themselves all serious subjects, but all share a common denominator that is comedy.
 
Full-Length Plays
Don't Bury The BanjoNatterjackUp, Up and Away
It's Business As UsualRight MoveThe W.I. Blues
Joe Briggs-WidowerStarting All Over 
 
One-Act Plays
Black CombeMeet The NeighboursA Very Modern Wedding
Going, Going, GoneThe Play Of The Year 
Love HurtsTwo For The Price Of One 
 
Sketches, Skits or Very Short Plays
 Tom-Tom 
 
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