The Man from UFSTED - a hilarious end of the year play
The Man from UFSTED is a hilarious end of the year play set against the backdrop of a farcical school inspection. The head and Deputy are quaking in their boots at the thought of a visit by the mysterious 'Man from UFSTED'. When he eventually arrives, he is taken on a fantastical journey involving headlice, a streetwise Little Red Riding hood, a tale of WWII evacuees, the plight of the planet and various primary school teachers shirking sports day celebrations by hiding in a stock cupboard. The play has a master linking script and includes five mini plays as individual scenes, making it super easy to divide up and rehearse, and even trim or extend based upon your requirements. Lasting between 60 and 90 minutes and with lots of parts, 'The Man from UFSTED' will satisfy all your end of year dramatic requirements.
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