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Bethlehem Bandits - By Dave Corbett
Outside the ancient City of Bethlehem, a group of Bandits are busy plotting new crimes. These Bandits aren't exactly nasty or scary though. In fact, they top the list of the most useless band of Bandits in the country and what they don't realise is just how special this night will be. When they fail to steal anything from Mary, Joseph, the three Kings and even the Shepherds, they decide to change their ways.
KS2
Census Sums - By Dave Corbett
One special Baby Boy, Two Parents, Three Kings, Four Shepherds, enough Cooks to spoil the broth (figgy cake, actually) and a host of Angels; it all adds up to the very first Christmas. But what about the Census Takers ... do they count?
KS1
Creepy Crawly Christmas - By Craig Hawes
From the writer of Zoom! and The Magical Christmas Box comes a brand new Christmas musical for Primary Schools. Creepy Crawly Christmas is a delightfully different look at the Nativity - through the eyes of a caterpillar!
KS2
Follow That Star - Gawen Robinson and Stephen Robertson
Follow That Star is a short, entertaining musical nativity full of good natured humour and memorable songs.
KS1 KS2
Happy Birthday Jesus (Ages 4 to 7) - By Mike Smith and Keith Dawson
This delightful nativity for 4 to 7 year olds establishes the link between Christmas and Jesus's birthday with 8 easy to learn catchy songs.
KS1
Jesus In The Manger - By Dave Corbett
Mary and Joseph have to travel to Bethlehem, a long and hard journey, and Mary is soon to give birth to a baby boy. Unfortunately, they arrive to find the city is very busy and there’s no room at any of the inns. Meanwhile, three Kings travel from a far off land bearing gifts for the new baby.
KS1
Manger Mouse - By Dave Corbett
Manger Mouse just loves food! He leaves his stable in Bethlehem in search of scraps at the busy market place. On his return he finds that the stable is very busy indeed! Three visiting Kings mean some posh nosh, Cook is making a pie for some Shepherds and a very special baby has been born.
KS1
Mend The Manger - By Dave Corbett
Mend The Manger is easy to stage making it very suitable for newly qualified teachers tackling their first Infant Nativity for Key Stage 1 (ages 4-7 years). Hints and tips are included in the script, along with extensive Production Notes to help steer you well clear of any potential pitfalls.
KS1
Michaelmas Mouse - By Dave Corbett
Michaelmas Mouse hitches a lift on Mary and Joseph’s donkey to visit his relatives in Bethlehem. The city mice don't approve of their scruffy country cousin until he sorts out the tyrannical cat Morz. As they stroll over the hills around Bethlehem, some sheep tell them about the birth of a special baby.
KS1 KS2
Nativity (Ages 5 to 11) - By Mike Smith and Keith Dawson
What if Herod had managed to get his way and prevent Jesus from growing up to be the Saviour? That is the question behind this Nativity celebrating two thousand years of Christianity.
KS1 KS2
Rock Around Christmas - By Dave Corbett
The Nativity story updated! Mary and Joseph travel to Bethlehem but encounter mishaps along the way. When their old Skoda breaks down and they discover that their hotel has been double booked, they are forced to stay in a kindly Zoo Keeper’s office next to his stable where Mary gives birth to baby Jesus.
KS2
Shepherd's Delight - By Dave Corbett
Oh dear! Those naughty sheep keep wandering off, but Mary, Joseph and the Three Wise Men put them back on the right track.
KS1
Starlight - By Dave Corbett
Starlight is VERY easy to stage making it suitable for small schools with limited staging facilities. Hints and tips are included in the script making this a good choice for anyone producing an Infant Nativity for the first time.
KS1
The Bethlehem Star - By Dave Corbett
The Bethlehem Star is an impressive Infant Nativity for Key Stage 1 (ages 4-7 years) and is good for a large cast, accommodating an unlimited number of extras. It breaks down easily into composite parts for rehearsal purposes.
KS1
The Good, The Bad and The Donkey - By Malcolm Sircom
Another light-hearted, feel-good Musical nativity from the same stable (no pun intended!) as The Little Shepherd.
KS2
The Little Shepherd - Malcolm Sircom
The story of David, a shepherd boy, who desperately wants to see the baby Jesus. Eventually, his wish is granted, after many incidents and distractions including meeting the Three Kings and the Three Wise Men!
KS2
The Star and the Animals - By Peter Canwell
The Star and the Animals tells the story of a group of young schoolchildren who are preparing a local farmer's barn for the Christmas Nativity.
KS1 KS2
Who? - By Dave Corbett
Two time travellers, Doctor When and Doctor What, arrive from the future at our Christmas time. They visit a store, a pantomime, a cracker factory and a turkey farm trying to discover what Christmas is all about. Eventually they travel even further back in time to discover a very special baby.
KS2

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