Pint‐Sized Plays

The 2015 Winners

Congratulations to the following authors whose plays have been selected as the six winners in this year's Pint-sized Plays competition.  The plays will be performed in selected pubs starting September 21.

Attack of the Killer Banana Spider! by John Moorhouse
Beam Me Up Doctor by Jaye Swift
Beer Window by Neil Walden
Room in the Womb by Lou Treleaven
Serenity Island by Kay Poiro
The Red Panties by Brian Coyle

And congratulations to the following authors whose plays are runners up in this year's competition:  

Art - Or Is It? by Elizabeth Anne Carroll
Guru by Jonathan Skinner
Ruby by Neil Bebber
The Emperor's New Clothes by Roy Brown

All ten plays will go on to our Script Slam at Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard on October 3 where the audience will vote for their favourite script and the overall winner will walk away with the coveted Pint-pot!
 

The 2015 Shortlist

The plays which were shortlisted for our 2015 competition, were as follows, very well done to them all! 

A Lumberjack, a Eunuch, and a Pope by James Hutchison
A Start by Rob Taylor
Art - Or Is It? by Elizabeth Anne Carroll
Attack of the Killer Banana Spider! by John Moorhouse
Beam Me Up Doctor by Jaye Swift
Beer Window by Neil Walden
Bold As Brass by Neil Walden
Cathedral at Night by Peter James Hurd
Celebrations by Gerald Williams
Decisions by Paul John Howard
Descent of Dog by Murray Brozinsky
Don't You Just Love Matisse? by Mya Roberts
Fine On The Outside (FOTO) by Jonathan Edgington
Getting The Job by Big Daddy Don Purker
Guru by Jonathan Skinner
Judgement Day by Clare Reddaway
Killing Time by Keith Johnson
Mrs Thrale Lays On....Tea by Rob Taylor
MW by William Andrew Patterson
On the shelf by Catherine Comfort
Operation Cupid by Richard Layton
Passing Through by Matthew Wignall
Poseur by Andrew Wetmore
Room in the Womb by Lou Treleaven
Ruby by Neil Bebber
Serenity Island by Kay Poiro
Skeletons by Jonathan Skinner
Stake Out by Stephanie Weston
Steal Away by Rob Taylor
Th Unbrown Bread by Neil Walden
The Emperor's New Clothes by Roy Brown
The Middle Ages by Joel Adlen
The Off Chance by Teri Foltz
The Red Panties by Brian Coyle
This Noise by Doc Andersen-Bloomfield
Touchline by Caroline James
Trimbeard Mac Niece and his terrible hair piece by Robert Eckhard
Twinings by Brandy Nichole Reichenberger
Uncles by Brian Webster
Update by Colin Mackay
What The Doctor Saw! by Doc Watson
Who Loves Ya, Baby? by Rob Taylor
Would you Adam 'n' Eve it? by Kate Goddard
You Can Hide The Earth With Your Hand by Jon Nash

The 2015 Longlist

With around 300 entries for this year's competition, our judges had a tough time selecting those that would go through to the longlist.  And commiserations to all who didn't make it this year -  thank you for entering and better luck next time!

A Beatles' Story
A Lumberjack, A Eunuch, And A Pope
A Start
April In Paris
Art - Or Is It?
Attack Of The Killer Banana Spider!
Auld Lang Syne
Beam Me Up Doctor
Beer Window
Bold As Brass
Cathedral At Night
Celebrations
Children
Civic Duty
Cuts
Decisions
Descent Of Dog
Don't You Just Love Matisse?
Dreams Of Monica Frog
Epiphany
Escape
Everything's Changing
Fine On The Outside (FOTO)
Finn And Tilly
Fools On The Hill
Fountain Of Youth
Getting The Job
Guru
How Violet Met Watson
Jed On The Bed
Judgement Day
Killing Time
Men And Parts
Mrs Thrale Lays On....Tea
MW
Nice Jumper
Old Mates
On The Shelf
Operation Cupid
Passing Through
Picking Up The Pieces
Poseur
Post-Natal
Room In The Womb
Ruby
Serenity Island
Skeletons
Split Scene
Stake Out
Steal Away
Th Unbrown Bread
The Audience
The Candidate
The Deputies
The Emperor's New Clothes
The Existential Crisis Hot Line
The First Meeting
The Invention Of Sex
The Middle Ages
The Off Chance
The Red Panties
The Truth About Mum And Dad
The Turnaround
This Noise
Touchline
Trimbeard Mac Niece And His Terrible Hair Piece
Twinings
Uncles
Unlucky For Some
Update
Wagging Their Tails Behind Them
Waxing Poetic
We Were That Close
What The Doctor Saw!
Where The Action Is
Who Loves Ya, Baby?
Would You Adam 'N' Eve It?
You Can Hide The Earth With Your Hand
You Can't Be The One