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oneactplays
The
 site for one act plays
Welcome,  
this  
site  
has  
been  
developed  
by  
Brian  
Langtry,  
one  
of  
the  
Midlands  
most
respected authors and performers.
Here  
you  
can  
find  
one  
act  
plays  
for  
the  
professional  
and  
amateur  
stage.  
You  
can  
browse
by one act plays comedy, one act plays drama and also full length plays.
Our  
one  
act  
plays  
feature  
both  
well  
established  
writers  
and  
new,  
talented  
writers,
looking for creative outlets.
Back  
in  
2003  
Brian  
set  
up  
the  
first  
oneactplays  
website  
hoping  
to  
provide  
a  
market
place  
for  
his  
own  
work  
and  
for  
other  
aspiring  
writers  
to  
showcase  
their  
work.  
Brian`s
philosophy  
is  
to  
provide  
a  
collaborative  
and  
simple  
agreement  
which  
is  
straightforward
in  
content,boundaries  
and  
expectations  
on  
both  
parties.  
Having,over  
the  
past  
few  
years
written  
successful  
musicals  
Brian  
fully  
understand  
the  
frustrating  
and  
puzzling  
route  
to
getting your work `out there`
To  
find  
out  
more  
about  
Brian  
Langtry  
visit  
the  
websites  
listed  
below  
or  
watch  
Brian
perform on our  YouTube link.
To view our one act plays comedy, one act plays drama and full length plays
go to:
Plays Page
To learn more about our one act plays authors go to:
Authors Page
To view
oneactplays.org.uk
 terms and conditions and how to contact Brian
go to:
Contact Page
Click here to visit Brian Langtry`s facebook page                       Click here  To  See Brian perform on YouTube
Brian Langtry
Other sites linked to
oneactplays
 are:
www.leglessproductions.co.uk
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this site contains information about plays,films,productions that showcase new and original writing.
You can find diverse approaches to drama, comedy and musical. Some of our Plays/Productions feature work about a variety of iconic
stars: Eva Cassidy, Marilyn Monroe, Dusty Springfield, Talullah Bankhead, Billie Holiday, Johnny Cash and Janis Joplin.
www.twoactplays.org.uk
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this site contains information about two act plays available for purchase. The site covers
comedy,drama,musicals. Newly published works available for amateur or professional groups.
www.filmsbybrianlangtry.com
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Brian Langtry, the creative force behind the above websites has now branched out into filmmaking.
This site identifies what is currently available for purchase.
www.giggetty.co.uk-
Brian was instrumental in the development of the “Black Country`s” own folk group GIGGETTY. This site gives
you all the information you need about this hugely successful group that performed on stage,radio and TV from 1971 until 1997.
www.bandedtogether.co.uk-
 the true story of the Whitwick Coal Mine disaster of 1898.
Plays of the Month
Lady Eight by Leon Pepall
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3 females and 2 males. 35 minutes running time.
Will Inspector Granger uncover the mystery of the skeleton found in the elm tree. Funny and intriguing.
A Change of Subjects by leon Pepall
for 2 Males and 2 Females. An evening soiree develops into tetchy feelings and barbed comments as a
foursome  of friends meet up for a catchup.  Great fun for all.
A Dead Loss by Pamela Dalley.
  5 Women and 2 men. Southby Am. Dram. hold a play reading for a new production. Preening and showboating
abound.
Tallulah by Brian Langtry-
 
2 females. Running time 50 minutes.
The outrageous film and stage star Tallulah Bankhead is 42 and being interviewed by a new junior reporter. The play gives an insight into
Talullah`s world and is sensitive, spicy with delicious hints of humour and utterly engaging. the interview takes an unanticipated turn causing the
reporter, Jocelyn, to confront an uncomfortable new situation.
The Hancock Plays by Steve Black
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 recreating the classic radio show in todays world=
The Microwave Oven
The Internet
The Lottery
The Car
The Holiday
The Take Away Meal
These can be produced in a radio recording style or as a live show.
Abide with me
 
by Brian Langtry
- Two Derbyshire ex miners find themselves in the trenches of “ no mans land” in the early months of the First
World War. Brutality, danger, fear, humour and compassion feature in this engaging piece with many parallels to todays world.
To view all these Plays of the Month go to our
 Plays
page
Brian Langtry in his Ashby home   
recording studio.