by Phil Mansell

Bunkered PosterCrazy golf course proprietor Tom is in a hole. His business is at the downmarket end of a recently revamped seafront and unable to compete with the exciting and glitzy new attractions at the other end of the bay.  

His only hope is that ageing hippy Dylan and Kath from the Igloo Ice Cream Parlour can come up with a plan to save his business from going under.


About the Author

Phil Mansell

Phil Mansell

Phil has been writing for as long as he can remember. He wrote and directed movies when studying at the London Film School, and since then has had a variety of creative roles in advertising, marketing and PR.

He has had five books published in the Netherlands and Denmark, three for teenagers and two picture books, which he illustrated, for younger children. Recently, he won the best drama award at the annual Writing Competition organised by the English department at the University of Wales, Newport, where he studied for a Masters degree in Multimedia.

 He has written several other plays which he hopes to stage at the Dolman Studio Theatre. He is currently writing a novel and developing ideas for a TV sitcom.

'Bunkered' by Phil Mansell

In ‘Bunkered’ by Phil Mansell, Tom (Graeme Johnson, the owner of crazy golf course), has to rely on ageing hippy Dylan (Bruno Cook) and Kath (Clare Drewett) from the Igloo Ice Cream Parlour to save his business from ending up in the rough.

Directed by Caroline Drewett-Mansell


Tom – Graeme Johnson

Dylan – Bruno Cook

Bulstrode – Alex Wilson

Poppy – Samantha Jones

Kath – Clare Drewett

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