Mary Morris' wonderful adaptation of Two Weeks With The Queen has had fine productions in many parts of the world. For more information about that play, and the palpitations it's given me, see the Two Weeks With The Queen section on the Most Asked Questions page.
There have been many more tingles up my spine in many more theatres. Mary Morris also adapted Blabber Mouth and Misery Guts. Mary-Anne Fahey adapted and performed Water Wings, an unforgettable solo effort. In 2003 the Monkey Baa company did a national tour of Worry Warts with performances in most buildings with seats in them in Australia, and in 2004 Hothouse and the Melbourne Theatre Company toured Glenn Perry's adaptation of Second Childhood, a play they championed through several years of development and have produced twice before. In 2007 the Australian Theatre For Young People commissioned Patricia Cornelius to adapt Boy Overboard, and their production featured a wonderful cast of young performers.
I hope there are more in the future because me and my characters can't get enough. In the meantime, amateur and school productions of Two Weeks With The Queen keep popping up all over the place. Go Colin and Alistair.
Second Childhood The Play, adapted by Glenn Perry, is available in book form, published by Puffin.
I'm very lucky to have my books adapted for the stage by such fine writers. My thanks to them all.