Richard Everett is an actor, playwright and screenwriter. He is the author of 7 published stage plays including the much acclaimed “Entertaining Angels” which has had over 100 productions worldwide.

He has 200 animation scripts to his credit as well as 2 feature films, 3 plays for BBC radio 4, and a published collection of award winning sketches and meditations entitled ‘Sound Bites’.

Richard also runs drama workshops for Additional Needs Adults and seminars on ‘The Writer’s Journey’.

He is a visiting fellow of St John’s College, University of Durham.

Welcome to his website!


  • First UK production of my stage play “Demons” incredibly well received at The Ice Factory, Teignmouth – congratulations and much thanks to Director, Cast and Crew at  3tc !
  • More  productions ofEntertaining Angels scheduled for 2020 and productions scheduled into 2021. Best wishes to directors, cast and crews!
  • Something To Say my new one act play now published by Samuel French.
  •  Colin’s Home continues to make slow but steady progress towards a co-production with Graeae Theatre Co and a major provincial theatre with the wonderful Jenny Sealey directing. Details coming soon I hope – watch this space!
  • Delighted & honoured to have been invited to continue as Visiting Wayfarer Fellow to St John’s College, Durham.
  • SOUND BITES seasonal sketches popular as ever. Order your copy by sending me a note via my contact page (cheaper!) or click here for Amazon. And ..
  • “MORE SOUND BITES” now available .. see below!
  • And don’t forget to  ..  Follow me on Twitter!

Meanwhile, here’s a couple of extracts from my book
“Sound Bites”!

The Lent Inspector

The Priest, the Guard and the empty Tomb

Like to buy a bundle of brand new scripts NOT in the book?

“More Sound Bites!”

Including titles…

“Branding Jesus” …
“Basil in Bethlehem”…

“In Conversation with a Turkey”…
“The Ox & The Ass” …
“The Baptism”…

“Arriving Home”

the ever popular “Life After Birth” …

“Entertaining Angels” – over 100 productions!

“Richard Everett has written a warm, glowing, serious comedy, like an Ayckbourn play finished by JM Barrie.”
The Sunday Times.

Panto with L’Arche workshop

UK National Tour

UK and US general release