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

A graduate in economics from the University of Liverpool, also at the Bradford School of Management and the Regent Street Polytechnic School of Architecture. Hobbies include playing a lot of golf and watching rugby and cricket.
Retiring as a director of a construction company, John Peel a Cumbrian and three times 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.

The current portfolio now extends to eighteen pieces varying from sketches to full length drama. The plays are character led with contemporary themes. 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’. Recently published 'Rich Man Poor Man' is an unflinching portrayal of a family investment house on the point of collapse. On a lighter note is 'Sunshine on my Shoulder', a play about relationships when two couples holiday together. The most performed of my plays is 'The WI Blues'. An all female cast intending to discuss the future on their WI branch...but as all good intentions, things don't always go to plan.


 
Full-Length Plays
Don't Bury The BanjoRich Man Poor ManUp, Up and Away
It's Business As UsualRight MoveThe W.I. Blues
Joe Briggs-WidowerStarting All Over 
NatterjackSunshine on my Shoulder 
 
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 
 
I've honestly no idea what this is about.

 
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