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The Worst Law Firm in Merry Old England – Two Act British farce

two act British farce

THE WORST LAW FIRM IN MERRY OLD ENGLAND – TWO ACT BRITISH FARCE

A merry two act British farce involving a bunch of senile, incompetent, drunken, dishonest lawyers, missing bank employees, and policemen seeking to circumvent the law. Add to this, a witch, a couple of conniving females, and a pair of criminals who may or may not be what they seem. At stake is a fraud of 1 million pounds but who was or were the perpetrator or perpetrators of the crime and where is the money? All of this presided over by a pompous ass of a judge.

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Author: Leon Kaye

Type:Two act British farce

Genre: Farce, two act comedy script, British

Cast: 7M, 4F – however, one of the females should be played by a man in a dress.

Ages of the actors: Adult

Suitable for: All ages to watch and teens up to perform

Length: 90 minutes

Set: A well-manicured cozy office. There are desks facing each other, one far stage left and one right. In front of each desk there is a chair for a client to sit. Far right there is a back door. Up stage there is a fireplace, a large picture window that looks onto the street, and the main entrance door, left. There is a painting of an elderly man hanging above the fireplace mantle.

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – getting a farce right is an art to build it to a ridiculous climax

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Copyright © April 2018 Leon Kaye and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other farces for you to enjoy:

Lofty Larceny – a two act farce about a pretend diamond heist
The Mayhem Motel – Two act American farce about a hotel
The Rat Trap – large cast comedy farce

More Pasta – ten minute comedy about family and veganism

ten minute comedy about family

MORE PASTA – TEN MINUTE COMEDY ABOUT FAMILY AND VEGANISM

Not everyone eats as much meat as they used to nowadays. Doctors warn it makes your cholesterol high, and let’s face it, there’s a lot more pressure from the vegans than there used to be. But Mike never dreamed it would enter his home. Mike is Italian and every good Italian boy knows that whenever he needs to, he can go home to momma and she’ll cook him a meal fit for a king. Spagetti and meatballs, for instance. But when Mike goes round to visit his folks, he finds that things are just a little different from what they used to be and momma is – well let’s just say she’s embraced her new lifestyle with a never seen before fervor.

‘More pasta’ won the Thistle Dew Dessert Theatre and KTDT Digital Radio Players competition in 2009.

Author: Leon Kaye

Type: Ten minute comedy script

Genre: Ten minute comedy about family

Cast: 2M 1F

Ages of the actors: Two middle aged (the parents) and one son (20)

Suitable for: Teens up to perform and all ages to watch

Length: Ten minutes

Set: A dining room table, which is set. Two pots simmer on the stove.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – a fun comedy for three actors that plays on characterization

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Copyright © November 2017 Leon Kaye and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other family comedies for you to enjoy:

Mother – a comedy about being a little too politically correct because of your embarrassing mother
Something’s got to give – family comedy play
Irish Jack – family dramedy script about marrying outside your culture

Would you let me fin……………………………..ish? Skit for two women

skit for two women

WOULD YOU LET ME FIN……….ish? SKIT FOR TWO WOMEN

A skit for two women about a semi famous psychic, Martha and her ardent fan, Amy.  Amy who is just walking down the street bumps into Martha and instantly recognizes her from her book, “Psychic Dreams and Premonitions.” They get to talking, although to be fair, neither lets the other finish her sentences, and keeps interrupting the other.

Amy, who fancies herself as an amateur psychic tells Martha about her most recent dream. About Martha. Martha starts out with an interpretation but doesn’t get a chance to respond.  Then Amy does the same thing until they are both slightly annoyed with each other.  Martha decides to get rid of Amy. But how will Martha she do it?  Well, in the most elaborate way possible. Using a psychic vision, of course!

Read about playwright Leon Kaye. Other skits and sketches by Leon (What the old guy said – hilarious monologue).

Author: Leon Kaye

Type: Comedy skit for two women, comedy sketch

Genre: Two person skit, comedy

Cast: 2F

Ages of the actors: In their thirties

Suitable for: All ages to watch and adults to perform

Length: 8 minutes

Set: The street.

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Copyright © August 2017 Leon Kaye and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this two person skit? Other fun skits and sketches for you to enjoy:

Art Talk – sketch for three people about 2 snooty people and a pleb in an art gallery
Dis-harmony commercial – short skit about a dating agency
The Duel – short skit for two older gentlemen who are (were) valiant knights

Sunday in the park with Phil – two person skit

two person skit

SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH PHIL – TWO PERSON SKIT

A two-person skit for 1M 1F (or two M) in which Phil and Dee are sitting in the park discussing the recent death and funeral of Diane, who had been with Phil for twelve years. Phil was very attached to Diane and talks about her life to Dee, who knew her as well. The skit leads the audience into believing at the beginning that Diane was Phil’s spouse, but when he starts to talk about her great hips and shiny coat, you realize a lot more about who or what Diane really was!!

Read about playwright Leon Kaye. Read other short plays by Leon (What the Old guy said – very funny senior monologue) .

Author: Leon Kaye

Type: Two person skit, short skit

Genre: Skits, sketches, comedies, one act plays

Cast: 1M, 1F

Ages of the actors: Adult

Length: 5 minutes at most

Suitable for: All ages both to perform and to watch

Set: Park Bench

Level of difficulty: 6/10 – initially appears to be a drama, then it turns into a comedy

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Copyright © Leon Kaye and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this skit? Other two person skits and short plays to enjoy:

Call of the Riled = skit for Thanksgiving
101 ways to dump someone in 5 minutes
Ye’ll vote for me = short Irish political skit

What the old guy said – very funny senior monologue

funny senior monologue

WHAT THE OLD GUY SAID – VERY FUNNY SENIOR MONOLOGUE

In this very funny senior monologue, Carney, a typical old guy (complete with all the usual complaints about everything including the government, foreign people and his medication) gets up and, well starts to complain. At first you think he’s just going on a bit. But when it gets to the part about being arrested for being a suspected bomber, as well as for for indecent exposure after being assaulted by a German Shepherd with his pants down in the clinic whilst having a colonoscopy, well you just have to read it. And pick yourself up off the floor afterwards. It’s so funny.

Read about playwright Leon Kaye. Read other best selling comedy scripts – Church of Satan – a religious satire by Leon.

Author: Leon H. Kaye

Genre: Comedy, funny senior monologue

Type: One act play, sketch, monologue

Cast: One male actor

Age of the actor: 76

Suitable for: PG 10

Length: Eight to ten minutes

Set: No set – a stage

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – remembering dialogue and comic timing/pacing

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Copyright © February 2017 Leon Kaye and Off the Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other funny monologues for you:

In the Hut – funny Irish monologues for men
Guy meets girl – one hander comedy routine – about dating and nerves
Gray Matters – short funny monologue about the guy who runs your brain