A Pandemic Pantomime

10/12/2020 // by Jan Moran Neil

A Pandemic Pantomime by Ms Paige Turner

If you can’t go to one, then write one for the family. That’s what I have done. Can’t bear the thought that the children won’t get to hiss and boo this year. I’ve been sending props (through Amazon) – I don’t go into shops – through to Maddie Moo, our granddaughter. Props, as all my actors will well know, are the life blood of plays. Here’s mine, published and available for performance from Stagescripts.





Extended deadline until March 31st for words (up to 200 prose or poetry) for the anthology ‘When This is All Over …’ for the Rennie Grove Nurses. Send to info@janmoranneil.co.uk

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One thought on “A Pandemic Pantomime

  1. John Moore says:

    Just when I thought it was all over, my brother died of coronavirus. Vaccinations were announced to great fanfare and I am arranging a funeral. He kept himself, like me, in isolatiojn but then went into hospital, caught the virus from another patient and the hospital sent him home but he could not eat, became weaker, and died soon after.
    He is mourned by the whole family and affectionately remembered.
    Goodbye Jim.

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