AUDIO & STAGE
45 minute audio play. Disappointed at the local vicar’s refusal to pray for healing for his terminally ill father, Tim Jenkins accepts the invitation of a local charismatic leader who promises that God will heal him. What follows next will challenge the understanding of Tom and the both of the religious leaders.
Performed and recorded in Dec 2020, this thirty minute comedy monologue is voiced by septuagenarian Henry as he recounts the events at the bus stop and the misunderstandings by which he must now attend court next week.
Waiting for Peter (Wokingham Digital Arts Festival, Oct 2020)
Performed and recorded in Oct 2020, this ten minute short details a comedy or errors as a woman meets up with the man of her dreams for a meal on Valentine’s Day.
Performed in July 2019, this full length play tells the story of cryogenic survivor Malcolm Ridge who awakes in the 22nd century to a world that is alien to him in terms of culture and truth. The play explores themes around what a future world might look like where the absolutes of modernity are no more and every idea is true.
Tied to the Vicarage (Tabard Theatre, Jan – Feb 2019)
Performed in early 2019, more details can be found on leo.michael.co.uk
Performed script in hand at Questor’s Theatre, Ealing. Fifteen Minutes charts a group of celebrity wannabes who find themselves in a strange environment with no recollection of how they got there. Moreover, having entered, they find they are unable to leave until they work out the dark secret held by one of them which is keeping them there.
This four-hander satire on government and muticultural policy was performed in a house on the festival trail during The Steyning Festival. Tagline: ‘There’s one too many tenants in the house and Government wants him out.’
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Of Fish and Insect. (Scribblerfest Competition Winner 2011)
This short play was one of ten performed over four days at South Hill Park, Bracknell. The play explores enigmatic science professor Louis Agassiz as he mentors and coaches a young student in the art of scientific observation.