Loading... Please wait...



Our occasional e-mail newsletter is currently
sent out to ...

8484 subscribers
Powered by:

... all using details
collected under
our Privacy Policy

Click Here
to join up, and
we'll keep you posted!

Buckingham, Geoff

Geoff Buckingham

Geoff Buckingham

From his younger days Geoff had always been an enthusiastic writer of stories and articles, with several publications to his credit. However, he did not discover his passion for playwriting until he first trod the boards as an actor, fairly late in life. After winning several performance awards he found that ideas for new storylines were bursting out of him, and he quickly set about putting these ideas onto paper, and thence onto the stage.

Encouraged by the success of his first comedy play ‘More Tea Vicar?’, that was subsequently performed in four different countries, he went on to beat over 640 entries when winning ‘The Diana Raffle Award’ in 2012 with his evocative play ‘The Phantom Of The Arts Centre’. That play won a number of other awards and there were other successes with ‘God Bless America!’ and ‘Let’s Be ‘Avin’ You!’, plus a host of awards and nominations for short comedy sketches and monologues.  Some on stage and some on radio.

Geoff loves comedy, but also relishes historical plays and found further success with powerful productions based upon the lives of World War Two heroine Violette Szabo, Anne Frank, Spencer Perceval (Britain’s only Prime Minister to be assassinated) and Nurse Edith Cavell. In each case, he strived to bring new facts and nuances to the attention of the public, and these proved very popular.

Geoff’s dramas and comedies are all aimed at making you think or cry or laugh or learning something new. They are easy to read and very fulfilling to perform.

Geoff lives in Sunbury-on-Thames and also devotes time to using his writing talents in raising funds for worthy causes, with his productions invariably drawing in big audiences.

Writer's Website

  •  n/a

Titles We Represent