Debs Wardle is a comedy writer who drinks a lot of tea. And when we say “a lot”, we mean alarming quantities.
For a list of comedy things wot Debs has written, please scroll down.
If you’d like more information on any of the below, please do get in touch.
Domesday – a comedy series set in 1086 about four men travelling across Devon gathering information for the Domesday Survey whilst trying not to fall foul of any local witches, ghosts, or pixies.
Henge – a comedy series about four young people trying to get to grips with adulthood during the Neolithic answer to Bestival.
Erf – a comedy series about a mild mannered ice-cream man who unexpectedly finds himself on a space station in orbit around Earth several millennia in the future.
Life After Uni – a comedy series about three recent graduates trying to get used to a confusing world where weekday hangovers are frowned upon and people get pregnant on purpose.
Again, please get in touch for more information.
Vamps – In this one-hour comedy stage play, problems start to arise for four female vampires when several boxes of letters come to light and it’s revealed that one of their former lovers is less deceased than he ought to be.
– Extract performed (Table Read) at Page to Stage London 22nd November 2017
Debs has written a lot of sketches, so these are just small a sample – all of which were performed (table read) at Baron’s Court Theatre on 2nd June 2018.
You’ve guessed it, you can get in touch if you’d like to know more.
The Danish – You’re stuck in a meeting room for another hour with nothing left to talk about and there’s only one Danish Pastry left.
I Would Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That) – When a simple request from boyfriend to girlfriend turns into an argument. (Written as part of the 28 Plays Later challenge)
Left On The Shelf – Being in possession of some juicy gossip is difficult when you’re a shelving unit. (Written as part of the 28 Plays Later challenge)
Dating – You’ve been sent on your first ever internet date, your palms are sweating, and there’s only so much wine in your glass. (Written as part of the 28 Plays Later challenge)
Lunchtime – Eating your sandwiches whilst a colleague berates you is a lot of hassle on your lunchbreak. (Written as part of the 28 Plays Later challenge)