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You can get a copy of my play as a PDF download right now!

The password to unlock the pdf is Adultopennrm!


The Adult version is not explicit in any way, the language is just a little richer with some swear words. Some actors and directors prefer this. You can get the School Version instead, its up to you! 


2023 marks the 400th anniversary of the Publishing of the First Folio of Shakespeare's Plays - 1623-2023. For the Western World, at least, there is no mightier figure than William Shakespeare. The First Folio – which is a volume of 37 of Shakespeare's plays gathered together for the first time - was published in 1623, 7 years after the death of William Shakespeare.  Nay, Remember Me! charts to the TRUE story of the making of Shakespeare's First Folio. Nay, Remember Me! was first performed as part of the Royal Shakespeare Company's Fringe Festival to sell-out audiences in 2001, directed and designed by Chris Bassett. Amelia Marriette then reworked and extended the piece. It was produced by Malvern Theatre Players (MTP) in 2010 and performed at the Coach House Theatre in Malvern, also directed and designed by Chris Bassett. It then toured to the Spanish Barn Theatre at Torre Abbey in Torquay, where it was nominated for a prize by NODA for the Best Regional Production Award for Best Drama.

Nay, Remember Me! is the perfect piece for amateur and professional casts alike. It has it all: Shakespeare appears as a ghost, there is cross-dressing, one of Will's plays is destroyed during the printing process, there is a death, babies are born, someone goes blind, wives get upset! And the play also pops over the Atlantic to meet Folger, the oil baron who spent a fortune on collecting First Folios and spent millions of dollars setting up the Folger Library. The action occasionally takes a peep at modern-day Stratford-upon-Avon to marvel at Shakespeare's legacy, just to keep the audience on their toes!




Nay, Remember Me! Adult Version - A comedy drama about the First Folio

  • This edtion of the play is for private use. If you want to perform the play (or any part thereof) in front of an audience.  Please visit the publisher's website:

    Visit www.ameliamarriette/plays to find out about my other dramas.

    Or to find out more about my Shakespeare Talks; you can book me to come and present my lectures or request me to present via Zoom.



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