On this page you can find my published plays available for both professional and amateur productions. The drama scripts can be purchased on Amazon. Details of performance rights can be found  in the  playscripts. Any further enquiries can be made via the CONTACT FORM  on this site. 





Here in one glorious collection are some of the best loved pantomimes. ROBIN HOOD: MOTHER GOOSE: JACK AND THE BEANSTALK: RED  RIDING HOOD: DICK WHITTINGTON and RED RIDING HOOD 2. All originally staged by the world famous, Theatre Royal, Stratford East.



Some of the things the critics said about these pantomimes.

"Writer Patrick Prior has once again delivered the goods..." WHAT'S ON

"The very top of the Christmas tree..." EVENING STANDARD

"Prior's script is spry and witty..." FINANCIAL TIMES




A fun-filled pantomime version of Hansel and Gretel. A wicked witch; a gingerbread house; an evil troll and a wood full of scary things. A hugely successful tale first staged at the famous Theatre Royal, Stratford East.

"...the capital's best panto experience..."     THE GUARDIAN

"A vintage Royal romp... "  NEWS OF THE WORLD



DRACULA: This acclaimed stage version of Bram Stoker's classic novel captures all the horror and eroticism of the most evil vampire of them all.

"Frightening and erotic...A straight journey to a chilling stake-through-the-heart-finale..."  

         THE HERALD





THE TURN OF THE SCREW:  A powerful and disturbing stage version of the Henry  James tale; the most intriguing ghost story ever written.

"chilling tale...gripping climax......extraordinary..."


"...unnerving...guaranteed to have the audience jumping in their seats..."




THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE: A hugely successful stage version of R L Stevenson's story of  a man's attempt to separate virtue from wickedness in the human soul. This classic tale continues to resonate down the ages...

" Patrick Prior's version...allows for an equally forensic examination of a man's addiction to playing the bad lad...a packed audience...sit rapt at such conversely dark materials..." 


"...a good, vivid popular version of a great story told with notable passion..."