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Aiken Drum
AuthorCORRES, Adam - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author
SynopsisAiken Drum is a three act play which takes approximately ten minutes to perform. It is a modern fable, based upon a Scottish nursery rhyme dating from 1715, which the lead child character recites. Aiken Drum is suitable for performance in schools and amateur theatre. It requires very little scenery, the tune is in the public domain and most of the characters can be played equally well by male or female actors.
InformationSuitable for Under-16s to seeSuitable for under 16s to performHistoricalMusical
Cast3M,2F (minimum 5)
Child (M, young), Visitor (F or M, 30s), Librarian (F, middle aged), Local Historian (M, elderly), Man in Street (M, 30s).
ProductionScene 1 and 3: Cluttered nursery in an Edwardian house. Scene 2: Library desks.
StatusAvailable for performance
Available on ScriptCircle: Performance license available (for other licences please contact the Author)
Amateur PerformanceUp to 600 seats. EEC Countries.Free
Professional PerformanceUp to 600 seats. EEC Countries.£10.00 per performance
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Other ActivityUp to 600 seats. EEC Countries.Free
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Adam Corres
Adam Corres is an author (Raffles and the Match-Fixing Syndicate, 2007), scriptwriter (work accepted by the BBC, 2003, 2004), comedy writer (The Alfalfa Guy, a book of surreal and satirical comedy sketches, 2003), journalist (Sunday Express, MH Magazine) and literary reviewer (Sunday Express,

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