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ALL THE WORLD AWAY

Edith and Selina are sisters. They were both VADs in World War 1 but have not seen each other for many years. They have lived very different lives and there is unfinished business between them relati ...
Author: HOPKINS, NedCast: 2FOne-Act.
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FREEDOM PASS

It is the first morning of Rodney’s retirement. Whilst he recalls a strange dream suggesting his own fascination with the RAF and WW2, his wife Monica, an assured, managing woman, announces plans, no ...
Author: HOPKINS, NedCast (at least 2): 1m, 1fOne-Act.
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SENIOR MOMENTS

SENIOR MOMENTS A collection of four one-character plays (or ‘talking heads’) designed for performance either separately or collectively. The plays have been developed for actors who include ages 60 ...
Author: HOPKINS, NedCast (at least 4): Maggy - 60 plus Ted - 89 Elsie - 80 Franklyn - late 40s/50sOne-Act.
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Ned Hopkins



Full-length plays: EARNEST ENDEAVOURS, award-winning comedy-drama, using characters from 'The Importance of Being Earnest', which played to enthusiastic and packed houses at Wickham Theatre Centre in February 2011. DANGEROUS THING, a contemporary four-hander, that was well-received in a reading by The Group at Theatre Royal Stratford East in June 2009. THE PORTRAIT OF A LADY*, an adaptation of Henry James' novel, which successfully premiered in April 2003 at Bromley Little Theatre. Other plays: FREEDOM PASS (Alt. title 'After Life'), presented as part of the Sevenoaks Summer Festival in June 2008. SENIOR MOMENTS - Four 'third age' one-character plays :'Maggy' and 'Franklyn', presented by the Green Room Company. 'Ted', premiered at Wickham Theatre Centre. A fourth monologue, 'Elsie' is awaiting production. ALL THE WORLD AWAY Presented at the New Cavendish Club in November 2012. A short play for two women (playing age 30s/40s) concerning two sisters who were VADs in WW1. Ned also regularly contributes to Sardines* theatre magazine where his work includes interviews with: Sir Ian McKellen, Ray Cooney, Bonnie Langford, Nigel Harman and Sam Walters. He occasionally adjudicates and lectures on the theatre. (*As Raymond Langford Jones.)


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