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Having Fun At Christmas - By Les Titford


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Having Fun At Christmas
Media/Arrangement: Printed Book
Category: Christmas/Winter Term Musical Play - Musicline
Order Code: HFAC01

KS1 KS2
 

‘This show fits all - the perfect solution!’  - KB, Bicker Prep School, Lincolnshire.


Product Description

This is a Christmas-themed musical production for Key Stage 1 (optional) and Key Stage 2 children with the emphasis very much on fun and comedy. It is very, very easy to stage as no scenery is required.

Having Fun At Christmas can be performed as a complete work by a whole school (total running time approximately 50 to 60 minutes) or used as single songs/sketches by individual classes, perhaps for assemblies.

The sketches are short (average duration 5 to 8 minutes). The themes range from complete farce to caring for each other all year round so the spirit of the Christmas season is not forgotten.

Please read the "Synopsis" for a more detailed look at the various sketches.

Very easy to stage with flexible casting; the Script contains cast list instructions for both large (30+) and small (13 to 19) cast sizes for every sketch. No scenery required. Suitable material for children aged 5 to 11. Separate CDs of vocal and backing tracks and Easy Play Piano Score (Grade 5 Standard) also available. Songs may also be used as Christmas "Assembly" material without the accompanying sketch.

Approximate Duration: 50-60 minutes or 5-8 minutes per "Sketch"


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