The plays in this series are accurately researched.
New plays on themes not listed can be commissioned.
The stories last between 20 minutes - 1 hour.
Set in Regency/ Victorian times, a family secret is revealed when the young son of
a mine owner is seen working in the mine with all the other children.
Two separate but exciting accounts of the Luddite raids of 1811 - 1812. A little
girl watches her father and older brother being captured by the soldiers. The second
story describes a failed raid on the mill of William Cartwright and the slaughter
of the Luddites involved.
Two fast-moving and dramatic stories about smugglers 1735-1746. In one, a little
girl sees her father murdered by the smugglers; the second play depicts the fall
of the infamous Hawkhurst gang of Kent.
In 1910 an aristocratic Russian girl meets a peasant girl in the woods. Their very
different lives are contrasted, but lead to a crisis when they meet again seven years
later. A dramatic ending to an exciting play set in the turbulent atmosphere of those
On Christmas Eve Mama Pepov is promised a visit from a special visitor the next day.
She waits all day but he does not come. Or does he?
A tramp, Joachim, wrongly accused of theft, escapes from a prison cell, (helped by
his wife), and then proves his innocence.
The parcel contains some material sent to the Derbyshire village of Eyam. It carried
the germ which brought the plague in 1665. A well researched play. Portrayed through
the eyes of some of the villagers who survived.
Set in Russia at the time of Alexander 1, the story follows a young prince’s adventures
to find a wife. This exciting play captures well the authentic background and atmosphere
of Tsarist Russia.