Who Took All The Loo Roll? - By Nick Haworth and Andrew Oxspring
Who Took All The Loo Roll? is a Christmas musical for ages 4-11, including a Nativity scene. A full and shorter version of the script is included to suit both older and younger casts, with independent scenes to help make this easy to rehearse and perform in group bubbles.
To those who might be watching us from across the galaxy, we human beings must seem a strange species! Some of the things we do are really quite extraordinary! Yet at Christmas, with our weird and wonderful festive traditions, we are truly at our best.
With reference to our world’s recent troubles, this musical celebrates how we come together at this time of year, in the spirit of love and friendship, to cheer each other up and remind ourselves about what’s really important.
The Book and CD Pack includes both the full and shorter scripts with detailed stage directions, character information, tips and suggestions for costumes, props and scenery, a CD of all songs (vocal tracks and backing tracks) plus continuity/incidental music and sound effects where required and a piano score with voice line and guitar chords.
The CD-ROM pack version replaces the wire-bound A4 book and includes an editable MS Word document of both the full and shorter scripts allowing you to re-write or individualise the text, dialogue and lyrics to suit your needs and a PDF of the piano score on the CD-ROM (you can print as many copies of the script and score as you require from your PC), along with MP3s of all tracks. The CD-ROM pack also contains detailed stage directions, character information, tips and suggestions for costumes, props and scenery along with an audio CD of all songs (backing tracks & vocal tracks) plus continuity/incidental music and sound effects where required.
Also available is a CD-ROM of Digital Backdrops containing eight images in the sequence they are required throughout the script, supplied in both a PowerPoint presentation and as individual hi-resolution JPG files. No more scenery painting! These images may be projected onto a screen or wall at the back of your stage or hand them to a local printer to print onto large boards or sheets in order to create your stage backdrops. They're also useful to print off for cast and stage crew to familiarise themselves with the sets and scene changes.
Approximate Duration: 50 minutes