Happy Happy Happy by Steve Lambert

Comedy/ 2-5 males, 2-5 females, 1 either (7 total performers)/ One Act

Synopsis: It’s hard for a poor 19th-century family to hold their heads up, especially as the landlord has just lowered their ceiling. Life is certainly easier for the modern-day family who occupy their home and the amorous dolphin who visits them for dinner. But will a bomb under the kitchen table thwart their quest for ultimate contentment?

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About the Playwright
Steve Lambert has written more than 20 plays. His work has been performed at UK venues in Bristol, Bath, Exeter, Salisbury, and in London at Camden People’s Theatre, Theatre503 and Upstairs at the Gatehouse. Work includes Last Train, Showing the Monster, Aftercare,Still, Little Deaths and Touch. A Good Send-Off was among the winners in 2009’s Pint-sized Plays competition in Wales. A common theme of his work is how people’s lives are affected by their sexuality. Steve is a member of the Heads & Tales story-telling group, whose series of Bristol audio stories can be downloaded for free (www.headsandtales.org.uk). For more details and reviews of Steve’s plays, please visitwww.writewords.org.uk/steve_lambert.

Happy Happy Happy was produced by the Max Theatre Company (Bristol, UK) in 2009.

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