Lazy Bee Scripts

 
Tony Domaille
Working in the Following Genres:
Pantomime
Stage Shows for Schools and Youth Theatre
One-Act Plays
Sketches, Skits or Very Short Plays
Collections of Scripts

Tony has been involved for many years with drama groups, writing and directing productions.

He has had a number of short stories published as well as having a collection available through Amazon, on Kindle and paperback, called 'Indian Summer Sunshine.' All royalties go to Children in Need.
Comedy One Acts
'Every Pantomime That Ever There Was' has been performed by groups in the UK and as far afield as Australia and USA and is a popular piece with all kinds of audiences.

'This Riotously funny and highly inventive play provides mayhem and madness for cast and audience alike... Oh Yes It Does!!!!!'
Mitchell Arts Centre Stoke on Trent.

'The Importance of Peaches' is all about a struggling AmDram group

'Great fun, very entertaining. Good twist in the tail, kept guessing to the end.'
Harry Whitehouse Players.

'Micky Marvello,' Circus Fantastique's accident prone magician seems to have actually disappeared.



Youth Theatre
'I Believe in Angels' - an award winning play about a group of teenagers dealing with grief over the loss of their friend and unsure of what they can or cannot believe. The play is ideal for youth drama groups and schools.

'Sleepover Secrets' - a group of teenage girls have a sleepover and find themselves sharing their most closely guarded secrets. But is one of those secrets just too incredible? With an all girl cast, the play is ideal for youth drama groups and schools.
The Changes Trilogy
'A Single Moment' - Danny's gambling has brought him to rock bottom, but salvation is offered and found from surprising sources.
* Runner up in the best original script category of the Avon One Act Play Festival 2015.
* Runner-up in the national Geoffrey Whitworth new scripts competition 2015.
* Commended in the national George Taylor Memorial Award 2014/15, run by the National Drama
Festivals Association

In 'Me & You' Phil and his friends have bungled a robbery and run to the Me & You Café.

The third play in the trilogy is 'Headlines.' When Laura goes to visit psychic medium Monique, she finds a local reporter is as cynical about Monique’s abilities as Laura is confident.

'The writing is poignant and truthful, revealing highly believable characters with warmth and wry humour.' Michelle Clare-Hudson, Stroud Playhouse.
 
Pantomime
 Every Pantomime That Ever There Was 
 
Stage Shows for Schools and Youth Theatre
I Believe In AngelsSleepover Secrets 
 
One-Act Plays
The Importance Of PeachesMicky Marvello 
Me And YouA Single Moment 
 
Sketches, Skits or Very Short Plays
Rick Risk P.I.Where Babies Come From 
 
Collections of Scripts
 Changes Trilogy 
 

 
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