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Beans on Toast
AuthorHAILS, Christopher - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author
FormatOne-act.
SynopsisMartin and Leanne Quinn are down on their luck after a failed business venture, are now bankrupt and live off baked beans.Martin comes up with the idea to start an Escort Agency to be run by Leanne, As businees takes off, Leanne interviews more propective female escorts. Jodie Davis arrives for an interview and starts talking to Ethel Smith a lady in her sixties. Jodie thinks she come for the same job. As wires get crossed the prospect of a new career in the sex industry slowly slips away as Ethel descibes her cleaning job in great detail much to the disgust of Jodie, who's got it all wrong. The confusion is cleared up and Jodie and Ethel get their respective their jobs. As business flourishes Michael and Leanne are drifting further apart. Can they be brought back together again?
InformationAdult ThemesMild SwearingComedy
Cast3F 1M (minimum 4)
Martin (40s) Leanne (40s) Jodie (20s) Ethel (60s)
ProductionA small cast with three acting areas on an open stage should be simple to set
StatusAvailable for performance
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BEANS ON TOAST.docWed, 9th Jan 2008Full scriptAvailable to print: £0.00Download here
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Christopher Hails

Originally from the North East of England and ex RAF. All but retired and enjoying life in Cyprus. Still writing and acting. Having written over 50 plays over the last eight years, my plays are slowly coming into vogue which is not a bad thing.


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