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Segora, France

“Let’s Make Sweet Music Together” was a runner-up at this year’s short play competition. “Doc Watson offers a typically energetic, even frenetic, tussle between two self-important musicians, where it transpires the third member of the trio is the real villain.”

Pint-sized Plays

“A True Story” is one of the six winners of the annual international competition for 10 minute plays, performed as part of the Tenby Arts Festival in Pembrokeshire, Wales in September 2018

Wexford Literary Festival

A Glass of Water” was long listed in the short play competition for this year’s festival.

Sterts Theatre, Cornwall: One Act Play Competition

Let’s Make Sweet Music Together” was a runner-up at this year’s international play competition. To be given a script in hand performance February 2019. “The play is balanced and rounded, with a conflict from the start. Strong, well defined characters, well written dialogue and an unexpected denouement.”

Exposed the Major and the Roman Baths is the first full biography of the Major to be published. It describes not just the excavation but also chronicles the Major’s life through his many triumphs and failures, his tricky relationship with the Town Council, of court appearances, divorces and scandals.


One Act Plays Competition 2016
Commended.

MANGER A TROIS


Doc Watson, who won this competition last year with What’s the time, Virginia Woolf?, (1M,2W) entered this time a delicious revenge comedy set in the world of celebrity cookery. In an amusing real-time scenario, "Manger à Trois", he creates a pressurised world of jealousy and rivalry which entertains throughout. (2M, 1W)


30th International Playwriting Festival 2016


One of three Winners:


COLD CALLING


by Doc Watson (Bath UK)
Matt and Helen come into some money and buy a house in a very upmarket area, but very quickly tension grows with their neighbours Charles and Vicky...
with SALLY FAULKNER, PHILLIP YORK, ELEANOR YATES
and ROBERT NEWMARK-JONES directed by PATRICK SANDFORD (25 mins)



“Potpourri V will take place on Friday, November 4.  Our program will be eight short plays and  includes your wonderful play, The Granny Case.” – Noah Fredericks, director.