Merry Christmas to everyone…
Needless to say that 2020 has been a bit of a weird one. It’s been hard on theatres, tough for theatre groups, annoying for performers, artists and musicians and an empty void of nothingness for the majority of the theatre-loving community.
I am lucky. I am just a writer.
A writer that has a full-time job outside of the industry that pays the bills. Many, many, many of you are not so lucky and I applaud your determination, admire your strength and I am in awe of your passion to continue to entertain despite the current problems.
I have still been writing in 2020, but admittedly not as much as I’d like. I have been updating scripts, writing new ones, helping others to finish theirs, adapting song lyrics and basically doing what I love.
So I just want to say Merry Christmas from Moldiwarts Scripts. I hope you have a wonderful time, however much you are allowed to enjoy it, and a sincere hope that 2021 is a much better, more productive and financially secure year than this one.
So a very Merry Christmas
And A Happy New Year
Let’s hope its a good one
(wait for the joke…)
Without any Tiers
Happy New Year from Moldiwarts.
For many, panto season is over but for Moldiwarts Scripts it’s in full swing. If you’re quick you can still get tickets for all of these shows.
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It’s that time of year again when theatre groups start to promote their festive shows. It is my pleasure this year to have even more scripts being used by so many great companies. This is just a few of them.
The Moldiwarts Vault is now open. There are jokes, sfx, re-written lyrics and more.
Keep coming back as it will be updated regularly. Check it out at THE VAULT
I have the pleasure of introducing two brand new scripts, written for two very different groups. Puss in Boots and Goldilocks will be making their debuts this season in Malta and Worcester respectively. Versions of these scripts will be available for the 2020 /2021 season early next year.
I can also write you a bespoke script to your specifications, jammed pack full of silliness, bad jokes, witty dialogue, slapstick and crazy characters. Just Contact me and we’ll chat.
Puss In Boots & Goldilocks
A little write-up of Norton Theatre Groups‘ production of Dick Whittington. Courtesy of Andy O’Hare of Slap Magazine. Cheers Andy
Script available from Moldiwarts.
We had a fab time down in Durrington this weekend, thanks to Durrington Amateur Dramatics Society. Their production of The Magnificent Seven Knights Of Camelot was fantastic. I’m really honored to have my script performed by such a talented bunch. The costumes looked amazing, the acting and comedy timing was spot on, and the cast and crew have worked tirelessly to make it a wonderful show.
Huge congratulations to everybody involved, and thank you from the bottom of my heart for using a script from Moldiwarts.
A Small Sample of this script can be downloaded from here – CAMELOT sample scene 1
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These are just some of the shows using scripts from Moldiwarts. I am highly honored to have these wonderful groups perform my work. I look forward to seeing as many of them as I can.
LAST MINUTE PANTOMIME SCRIPT OFFER.
A script I have just finished writing for Goldilocks and the Three Bears, has yet to be performed so I thought I would offer this script FREE for the 2018/2019 period to get it ‘Road Tested’.
If you are looking for a Pantomime Script for the upcoming season, and want a traditional story with added twist, loads of jokes, slapstick and foolery, then this script could be for you (as could all the other scripts on this site), but you have to pay for those.
For a limited time, Goldilocks and The Three Beaarswill have :
* NO PERFORMANCE / LICENCE FEE
* No PURCHASE FEE
It’s totally FREE, absolutely NO catch or hidden fees.
I am also happy to do basic rewrites to suit you group, plus implement any ideas or suggestions you may have.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a free reading copy.