Looking for Sketch and Comedy Skit Scripts for Stage?
Here are all of our Comedy Sketches and Skit Scripts for Theatre Groups, Drama competitions, Drama Clubs, Schools, Colleges, Youth Groups and Theatre Schools in one place for you to browse, read in full online and download instantly in both PDF and Docx formats. Be sure to either use our search engine to narrow down 'performed to' or read in full before you buy; the content may not be suitable for younger audiences. Length and number of characters can vary so you might find it easier to go here and use the search engine on the right of the page to narrow down your search. If you're looking for longer one-act or full length comedy scripts, you'll need this page.
These are short comedy sketches and skits for stage or indeed, any other use.
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Short comedy sketch about a new hearing device that filters insults. (1M, 7E)
Two women meet across town but what exactly is on the menu? (3F)
Long Joey Silver
A man’s guide dog is temporarily replaced by a Parrot! (2E)
The Literal Restaurant
Two people visit a restaurant where everything is taken literally. (1M, 1F, 3E)
The Insurance Salesman
An insurance company are selling something unusual and deadly. (2E)
Elf and Safety
Will Santa end up on his own Naughty list or will he tell the truth about getting stuck up the chimney? (7E or more)
Jack the Rapscallion
Two reporters try to come up with an interesting story for tomorrow’s paper (2E)
Waiting for Ye Bus
A conversation about Shakespearean quotes descends into a string of word-play, tongue twisters, malapropisms and non sequitur in this short sketch for two actors. (2E)
Dinner at Dinah’s
Two members of the audience realise they’ve got a lot in common beyond their own insecurities. (2F, 1M)
Smudger the Smidgeon
Tom gets a new pet… a tiny pigeon… a smidgeon! (2E)
Find the Mole
Two spies try to work out who the mole is in their clandestine organisation (2E)
Past, present and future walk into a bar… (1F, 1M, 1E)
An Inconvenient Crime
A burglar turns up with a question… “is it convenient to rob you right now”? (1F, 2M)
Three short comedy sketches for stage. (2M, 4F)
Who do you think you are kidding Covid-19?
Jack is self-isolating but after two hours, is already starting to lose it. (2M, 2F, 1E)
Phoebe realises people aren’t always honest in the dating profiles. However, sometimes, they are! (3M, 3F, 1E)
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