Tickle

by  David Wood

A workman in a cafe is served too much pepper. He complains of a tickle in his nose and sneezes violently. The "tickle" is ejected - and arrives on the stage, looking for a home and a friend. Sadly, nobody wants a Tickle. He becomes involved with three wicked Germs and causes chaos everywhere. Final…

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A workman goes into a café and is served too much pepper. He complains of a tickle in his nose and sneezes too violently. The ‘tickle’ is ejected – and arrives, pathetic as a new-born baby, on the stage.

He is only anxious to find a friend and a home, but apparently nobody likes a Tickle. He becomes involved with three wicked Germs, causes chaos in a Fair and elsewhere, but finally finds his friend and a safe home – with a laughing hyena.

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David Wood

David Wood has been called "the national children’s dramatist" (London Times). His plays are performed worldwide, and include The Gingerbread Man, The Plotters of Cabbage Patch Corner, Save the Human, Aladdin, Hijack Over Hygenia, Jack the Lad, Larry the Lamb in Toytown, Old Mother Hubbard and The Ideal Gnome Expeditio ...

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