Well, I Never! – Comedy Sketch for Three Women


Comedy sketch for three women in which two gossips at a cafe basically tear a man who has died recently character to shreds, transforming him from an angel to a bastard in a matter of a few minutes. Comedy about the human condition.

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In this comedy sketch for three women, two gossiping busybodies sit in a cafe discussing the recent and tragic passing of a man they both knew. In between glasses of wine and them talking, his character, which basically started out as close to angelic, is torn to shreds as they natter on. But the two busybodies don’t even have a clue what they are doing to the poor dead man’s reputation. A funny sketch for two older woman and 1N (waitress/waiter.)

Performance History:
The Music Hall Society, Cambridgeshire, UK – 2016
Mad on Main, SK, Canada – 2018

Read more about playwright Keith Passmore.
Other plays Deliverance – play about Joan of Arc by Keith.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Comedy sketch for three women

Type: Sketch, short one act comedy script

Cast: 3F but could be done with 2F 1M

Ages of the Actors: Two middle aged to older ladies and one any age

Suitable for: All ages

Length: 7 minutes, seven minutes long

Set: A restaurant or cafe with a table and chairs

Level of Difficulty: 6/10 – easy funny sketch

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Copyright © April 2016 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

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