OTHER PLAYS (Unpublished)
Please contact Jonathan if you are interested in performing any of these plays.
MERMAID (2020) and TATTOO (2020) are both new short (2 minute) duologues.
EATING TALKING ANIMALS WITH MY SISTER (2020) is a full-length, combined version of EATING TALKING ANIMALS and SISTER that has been workshopped on-line by Take One Agency.
SISTER (2020) is a one act sequel to EATING TALKING ANIMALS that has been workshopped on-line by Take One Agency.
EATING TALKING ANIMALS (2020) is a weird fantastical dystopian One Act play. An earlier, shorter version of EATING TALKING ANIMALS had its first outing on 16 May 2020 as part of a virtual table read organised by North Artist Management for some of its actor clients. A re-written, longer version was workshopped on-line by Take One Agency in October 2020.
THE GIRLS ARE BACK IN TOWN (2017) is a full-length version of Jonathan's one-act, suffragette/First World War themed play, GENDER FLUID. It features 6 additional characters (including 4 iconic feminists mysteriously transported to London in 2017 to "finish what they started over 100 years ago"), making a cast of 12* (7F, 5M).
*Lots of opportunities for doubling!
THE WRONG CLOTHES (2016) is a dramatic short monologue for a MALE actor, inspired by John Constable's famous painting, Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows. It was performed at The Salisbury Museum on 1 October 2016 as part of that year's Salisbury Fringe.
THE BLUE (2014) is a short response to George Brant's play GROUNDED with 2 characters (1F, 1M). It was performed as a rehearsed reading at The Courthouse, Eastleigh on 8 December 2014 in conjunction with The Point Theatre.
GUILT (2011) is a moving short monologue for a MALE actor about a son visiting his father in an old people's home. It was premiered by the Berry Theatre, Hedge End on 23 May 2011 as part of their inaugural Page to Stage Festival.
MIRAGE 2 (2007) was Jonathan's first ever short (10 minute) play. It's a comedy about a tennis player with 3 characters (2F, 1M) and was first performed at the inaugural 10x10 New Writing Festival in 2008 at the Chesil Theatre, Winchester.