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Bunkered

    by Phil Mansell


       

Drama Play Script: 'Bunkered' by Phil Mansell

Synopsis

Business is bad at Tom’s run-down crazy golf course and the Igloo Ice Cream where his friend Kath works. All the holidaymakers are going to the spanking new pleasure beach at the other end of the bay.

All looks lost until ageing hippy dropout and sandwich board man Dylan comes to the rescue.  

Bunkered was a winning entry in a golf-themed play-writing competition run to celebrate the Ryder Cup being held in Newport.  It was judged by Welsh playwright Frank Vickery to be performed at the Dolman Theatre. 

Duration

45 mins approx

Characters

(3m, 2f)

  • Tom - 35+, owns and runs the Crazy Golf course
  • Dylan - late 30s, ageing hippy, a sandwich board man
  • Kath - 35+, works in the Igloo Ice cream parlour next to the Crazy Golf course
  • Bulstrode - middle-aged wealthy advertising executive
  • Poppy - his young attractive PA (and extra-marital girlfriend), rather upper class but not too bright.

       


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