Saturday 27th September 2008
Directed by David Penrose
This series of specially written comedy sketches was created by Mark Wakeman and David Penrose as a special production in aid of Havant Literary Festival 2008.
A bungled escape job has hilarious consequences.
Mr Scoggins, possibly the worst writer in the world, refuses to accept literary criticism and drives his publisher to despair.
The rules of the library are taken to extreme as the customers (forbidden to talk or make a sound in the library) must act out the titles and plots of the books they want to borrow.
Song by Lee Alexander and Richard Julian.
It's medieval England and this new "book" technology has some of the older scroll-users flummoxed. If only the technology help-desk was actually helpful.
A t a book festival, crime writers start taking liberties with their genre and quality writing suddenly takes a turn for the worse.
It's "the Scottish play" - so what could possibly go wrong for the actors taking part?
Song by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman
A twist on the classic sketch, an expert doesn't really know what he's talking about.
A truly literary team doesn't really have what it takes when it comes to competing on the sports field.
This revue was staged at Havant Arts Centre, East Street, Havant - Bench Theatre's home since 1977. The single short matinee performance was given in the Centre Gallery free of charge as part of the Havant Literary Festival.
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