Welcome to my website!

Hey! You found me. If you are looking for original and funny plays and pantomimes you are in the right place.

 

This site is about ME and my writing which, until now, I have jealously guarded like an inky-fingered Gollum. My precious scripts are original and joyful and ready to be shared. 

 

Kaywroteaplay is being launched in July 2020, a time of uncertainty for the theatre community. We can use that time to make plans, read some new work, and maybe discover something bright and shiny to tempt an audience back. How about a summer panto? I can highly recommend 'Camp'.

 

Naturally, I’m very proud of my shows but don’t just take my word for it: former cast and audience members have kindly offered their opinions and I have included the good ones on these pages. You can make up your own mind, though, as reading copies of all scripts are available on request.

 

Feel free to browse and please get in touch if you have any questions. If you sign up for my blog you will receive regular news and updates, but not too many!

                     

Kay Andrews-Kuhn July 2020

My Plays

Click on the badges below to find out more about my work.

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Hood - The Panto

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Camp - The Panto

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PLOT

"I’ve been married three times. The first one was a complete waste of time. He was a trampoline instructor. I married him on the rebound. He came home one day and said:  'I’m leaving you, Flora, I’ve fallen in love with the manager of Moss Bros.' Well, suit yourself, I said."

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Nice things people have said about my work

“Kay’s inventive writing style uses a popular mix of fantasy and the bizarre. Drawing influences from her love of film and drama Kay creates for us deliciously imaginative plot lines that are bang on trend! Witty, lively and full of colourful characters. Her ‘ happy-ever-afters’ are always tinged with a magical realism that in the end makes us laugh out loud.” 

- Cathy R, audience member

"Kay's writing is funny and original, drawing on influences as wide ranging as Jane Austen and Shakespeare to the lyrics of David Bowie to create something truly her own.  Having performed in two of her creations, I can say first hand that any cast and crew would thoroughly enjoy bringing her writing to life on their stage." 

- Claire K, cast member