Category: Drama


The Dial Up

On Thursday night, 14 December, 11 days before Christmas, I joined Alex Williams at The Kitchen, Croxley for an open mic evening with The Dial Up. It’s not my usual scene, but having just...


Shades of Blue

It’s a small world. Going to hear a select group called Shades of Blue perform in Aldenham Church on 9 December 2017, we (TSL directors) spotted a familiar face in the audience – it...


Something dramatic

TSL has a growing collection of monologues, one act and full length plays. Here’s the latest collection… Click on the image for more information and for ordering copies


POETS Day – Mark Brookes

POETS Day is defintely not play for the light-hearted or if you are wanting a good time out. I realised this quite quickly whilst working on the script for publication. And this was reinforced...



Gandhi is one of the most well known revolutionaries of our time. Many have embraced aspects of his philosophies, not necessarily realising that his vision was purely for India (including today’s India, Pakistan and...


Call for Monologues – deadline 30 April 2017

Monologue Compilation TSL Drama is looking for unpublished monologues of minimum 10 minute duration around the theme of Relationships to go into a compilation. Monologues should be submitted by the author direct to TSL...


Out of the ordinary?

What is ordinary or normal? It’s all relative in my opinion so why does society not accept the wonderful diverse range of people who make up our rich communities? The song ‘People are people...


Drama, theatre and the stage

“Drama is like a dream, it is not real, but it is really felt.” – Abhinavagupta Standing Alone is also available to purchase without a performance licence.