Author & Playwright
Robin Hawdon’s plays include some of the theatre’s most popular comedies. Over the last decade he has had productions in major theatres in New York, Chicago, Paris, Berlin, Bonn, Warsaw, Tel Aviv, Sydney, Johannesburg, Russia, Scandinavia, Italy, etc. At any one moment there are likely to be at least twenty productions of Robin Hawdon titles running in various countries and in diverse languages.
Here are described a number of the best known plays, together with extracts from their international reviews, and short dialogue examples from each text.
Also find here descriptions of his novels with many 5 star Amazon reviews.
Robin Hawdon Latest News
New book of poems for children now published. Order on Amazon.
“A vibrant, hugely entertaining book that adults and children can share and enjoy together.” Linda Hill
The perfect present for kids aged 5 to 11, the children’s poems cover everything from youthful games and exploits, to the problems of growing up, to the ups and downs of school and family life, to the joys of seaside holidays. For all parents and grand parents who want something new and entertaining with which to occupy those tricky lights-out bedtime moments.
(Coup de Grace)
Brand new comedy set during the famous Cannes Film Festival. World premiere in Germany, May 2017.
“Hawdon fools the audience with an array of assumptions and his permutation games reach dazzlingly absurd heights”
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Now completely rewritten and already produced in Germany, Poland, Italy and Russia.
New Comedy derived from a play which had a successful UK tour back in the 70s. Volcanic Eruptions premiered in Bonn in 2015 to great reviews.
Latest production – Oct 2017 at The Mill at Sonning.
Perhaps Robin Hawdon’s most popular play, with several hundred productions worldwide. A wedding day goes disastrously wrong, causing chaos to all concerned.
‘FRANTIC, frenetic and farcical, this wonderful comedy of errors is farce at it’s top. It’s close to Four Weddings and a Funeral for plot, intrigue and laughter.. and that’s saying something.’ – Slough Observer Oct 2017.