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Sinbad The Sailor

I would also like to take this opportunity to say how much I enjoyed the pantomime (Sinbad the Sailor). It was very well written and the production notes etc were very useful and equally important for a small group like ourselves adaptable to suit the smaller stage.( We have performed pantomimes by other authors such as John Morley which are very long and difficult to adapt to smaller stages). I also thought that the time spent on stage by the principle actors was extremely well balanced hence keeping all the cast happy, and more importantly the audience. Thanks again for an excellent script and I look forward to performing more of your pantomimes in the future.
Mark Fisher , Frecheville Original Pantomime Society, Eckington, Sheffield


Sinbad The Sailor

He has created an exciting script with all the ingredients of the legendary tale, without going over the top financially. The script is rich in laughter and excitement as Sinbad tracks the nasty Nastase down to the Cave of Skulls and Temple of Oblivion.
Amateur Stage, July 2001


The Magic Shoes

A well-crafted script. . . (will) appeal to the family audience with plenty of slapstick and one liners." - Scene, May 2004 "Panto (The Magic Shoes) went very well. Completely sold out both nights which surprised me since it wasn't one of the traditional stories! Cast liked the script very much and felt very comfortable with it. Perhaps you could pass that on to Mr Burgess! Audience reaction has been very positive also.
Jean Ross, Kemnay Players


The Magic Shoes

It is always a pleasure to welcome a new, talented writer.
Amateur Stage, June 2004


Robin Hood & His Merry Men

The show exceeded all expectations. I was lucky enough to be able to cast the Merry Men with three characters that gelled beautifully. Will became camper with each rehearsal and performance, Little John became, if possible, thicker and Friar Tuck more unpredictable. Their scenes together were priceless and elevated them to comic heights. 'Let Me Incarcerate You' became a show-stopper of a number with the rest of the on stage cast performing as the backing group. All of the songs came over well and I couldn't see a dud part in any of the principal roles. I think that the authors deserve a round of applause for their creation, one that has provided our little group with many accolades and full houses. The purpose of the venture is to get families in the village involved, providing all of the expertise (except for the MD and one of the cast) from the village and at the same time raise money for the Village Hall Restoration Fund. All these have been accomplished, and as a debut Director, a feeling of great pride in the efforts of all of the participants. Now it's a case of what to do for next year!
Paul Green, Coaley ADS, Dursley, Glos


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