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Ali Baba And The Bongo Bandits - By Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
Open sesame and discover a treasure-trove of fun and laughter as witty writer Craig Hawes gives the timeless tale a twist in this mystical musical comedy! So slip on your sandals for some sandy silliness as we take a thrilling carpet ride with Ali Baba and his crazy camel on an amazing Arabian adventure ...
KS2
Alice the Musical (Junior Version) - By Mike Smith and Keith Dawson
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
The nonsense of Wonderland is captured beautifully in this engaging, fast-paced and exciting production based on Alice's Adventures In Wonderland. It is visually appealing, humorous and has everything from high energy, catchy songs to touching tear jerkers.
KS2
Alice The Musical (Senior Version) - By Mike Smith and Vernon Mound
For ages 11 to 16

1 review
Originally written for 11 to 18 year olds, the musical has been performed all over the world by all age groups.
KS3 KS4
Amazing Adventures of Superstan, The - By Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

5 reviews
Meet the world's newest, greatest and most unlikely Superhero in Craig Hawes' comical musical that's packed with muscle and marvel!
KS2
Bethlehem Bandits - By Dave Corbett
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
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
Bethlehem Star, The - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

2 reviews
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
Census Sums - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

3 reviews
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
Christmas Is Forever - By Dave Corbett
For ages 7 to 11

5 reviews
Jane Blonde, double ‘O’ PS (OOPS!), licensed to do whatever, goes to rescue Father Christmas from the clutches of the evil Scarymonger whose cunning plan is to flood the Christmas scene with counterfeit Santas who are SO nasty that nobody will ever want Christmas again. All this because Scarymonger did not get presents when he was a little boy ... but then he was a very naughty little boy!
KS2
Christmas Rhyme - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
Father Christmas visits the Land of Rhyme. He gives perfect presents to Humpty Dumpty, Mary Mary, Little Miss Muffet and others. What a clever Santa!
KS1
Countdown to Christmas - Mike Smith and Wilf Tudor
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
Set in a Village Hall, Countdown to Christmas is a fun-filled musical look at the pre-Christmas goings on in a local community. Enjoy the hilarity that is the Weight Watchers Club as they strive to lose those extra few inches. The charm of Dolly the Pantomime Cow! Will Mr Shufflebottom ever get his drains fixed? What has Councillor Clott been up to? Can the Silver Surfers come to terms with new technology? And what really happened to Fred?
KS2
Creepy Crawly Christmas - By Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
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
Darwin Rocks! - By Steve Titford
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
Steve Titford takes his second, historical, musical adventure with "Darwin Rocks!", his sequel to the incredibly successful "Shakespeare Rocks!". We're sure you'll be singing Steve's gorgeously written pop/rock fused bangers for the rest of the school year! And beyond! If you've done "Shakespeare Rocks!" then you know. You know!
KS2
Dracula Rock Show (Junior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

2 reviews
The Zombies and Vampires are unhappy with their life underground and summon Count Dracula, their master. He promises them fun among the humans, disguised as the audience at Rock Concerts, where their bizarre appearance will go un-noticed. To achieve this, after a Pop Idol audition scene, he creates his own Rock Group!
KS2
Dream On (Junior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

2 reviews
This world-wide smash hit musical has now been adapted for Junior Schools.
KS2
Dream On (Senior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 11 to 16
Musicline's first "Shakespeare" is another musical masterpiece from the pen of hit-writer Malcolm Sircom. Blues, Flamenco, a Conga, a fiery Latin American Tango and a Rock number appropriately called "Rock Bottom" - these, together with beautiful lyrical songs, give the flavour of this brilliantly innovative treatment of the Bards favourite comedy, A Midsummers Night Dream.
KS3 KS4
Ebenezer (Junior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
An hour long version for junior and middle schools of the stage version of A Christmas Carol that has proven such a smash-hit with senior schools.
KS2
Follow That Star - Gawen Robinson and Stephen Robertson
For ages 5 to 11

1 review
Follow That Star is a short, entertaining musical nativity full of good natured humour and memorable songs.
KS1 KS2
Glint of Gold, The (Junior Version) - By Gawen Robinson
For ages 7 to 11

2 reviews
The Glint of Gold has been designed as a fully performable musical production but, being topic based, is easily adapted into an invaluable classroom teaching resource or a shortened assembly piece incorporating any other work the children may have done on the topic such as paintings, designs, costumes and models etc.
KS2
Gnome Alone - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
Norman Gnome only wants to help. There's a sleigh to paint, boots to shine and reindeer to groom - but Santa says he's too small and sends him home. Aahh, poor Norman Gnome! However, when all the other helpers become so tired out, Norman gets the most important job of all ... YIPPEE!
KS1
Go For Goal - By Gawen Robinson
For ages 7 to 11

2 reviews
"Go For Goal" tells the true story of the Football World Cup as related to Oscar, a young, rising Brazilian football star, by his father Lucas and his grandfather Leonardo.
KS2
Go For Gold - By Gawen Robinson
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
A brand new musical comedy with the modern and ancient Olympics as its theme. This musical has gone down a storm in pre-publication performances (especially the songs) and is a brilliant way to enthuse your children about the greatest sporting event on earth!
KS2
Goblin Next Door, The - By Fran Carpenter
For ages 5 to 11

1 review
Just what you need for your 6-9 year olds! Set in fairy woodlands, this hilarious 40 minute musical is easily adapted for spring, summer, autumn or Christmas.
KS1 KS2
Good, The Bad and The Donkey, The - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
Another light-hearted, feel-good Musical nativity from the same stable (no pun intended!) as The Little Shepherd.
KS2
Greece Goes To Pieces - By Gawen Robinson
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
With 9 memorable songs on a fully orchestrated CD (both backing tracks and vocal tracks CDs available) and a colourful humorous script, Greece Goes To Pieces can be performed as a full musical production, a shortened assembly piece or as an invaluable classroom teaching resource, bringing one of the most influential ancient civilizations to vivid life.
KS2
Happy Birthday Jesus - By Mike Smith and Keith Dawson
For ages 5 to 11

1 review
This delightful nativity for 4 to 8 year olds establishes the link between Christmas and Jesus's birthday with 8 easy to learn catchy songs.
KS1 KS2
Having Fun At Christmas - By Les Titford
For ages 5 to 11

1 review
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.
KS1 KS2
Jesus In The Manger - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
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
Let The Games Begin - By Mike Smith and Steve Titford
For ages 7 to 11
A musical fantasy adventure in game land! When three technology obsessed youngsters visit their grandfather, he becomes increasingly frustrated with their un-enthusiasm for anything other than their phones and the internet. He reveals a pair of very unusual seven sided dice that he explains were given to him in the Far East by a wise old mystic.
KS2
Little Monsters - By Gawen Robinson and Stephen Robertson
For ages 5 to 11
A fiendish children’s musical production for between 25-50 children, age guide 4-11 years. Ideal for the small primary school - involve every child!
KS1 KS2
Little Shepherd, The - Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
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
Magical Christmas Box, The - By Craig Hawes
For ages 5 to 11

4 reviews
Its Christmas Eve! Two small children ask their wise Grandfather what Christmas is all about. He gives them a magical box which, with the help of its Keepers, takes the children on an amazing adventure.
KS1 KS2
Manger Mouse - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
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
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
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
For ages 5 to 11

2 reviews
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
For ages 5 to 11
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
Oink! - By Craig Hawes
For ages 5 to 11

1 review
Oink! is based upon the well know tale of The Three Little Pigs - but you can be sure you have never heard this version before!
KS1 KS2
Olivia! (A Female Oliver!) (Junior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
This brilliant and innovative show, set in Victorian times, traces the steps of Olivia, from downtrodden orphan to star of the stage. On her journey to the bright lights of London, she is befriended by Eliza Doolittle (from "My Fair Lady") and, after a series of adventures, becomes a singer in a new Gilbert and Sullivan show, thanks to the unlikely assistance of Fagin and The Artful Dodger.
KS2
Olivia! (A Female Oliver!) (Senior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 11 to 16

2 reviews
This brilliant and innovative show, set in Victorian times, traces the steps of Olivia, from downtrodden orphan to star of the stage. On her journey to the bright lights of London, she is befriended by Eliza Doolittle (from "My Fair Lady") and, after a series of adventures, becomes a singer in a new Gilbert and Sullivan show, thanks to the unlikely assistance of Fagin and The Artful Dodger.
KS3 KS4
On the Trail of the One Blue Sock - By Gawen Robinson and Stephen Robertson
For ages 5 to 11

1 review
On the Trail of the One Blue Sock is a simple tale in the form of a poem with lively, fun songs added to spice up the performance. Every day objects (a boxing glove, a shower, a clothes horse, a microwave, an iron and a water timer etc.) become colourful characters as our hero searches through the house for a single blue sock that has gone missing.
KS1 KS2
Penguin Pete - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
Pete is fed up with getting fish for Christmas. As he travels North to tell Father Christmas, he meets Kangaroos, Monkeys and Jack Frost. He even gets to ride in Santa’s new sleigh. Of course, he could always have sent a letter!
KS1
Pictures of a Christmas World - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
This Christmas tableau brings us carols from around the world as we follow the exploits of one of Santas elves, who has become separated from Santa and his team whilst delivering on Christmas Eve.
KS2
Pied Piper of Hamelin, The (Junior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

2 reviews
This imaginative working of the well-loved story involves a large cast comprising of children and adults from Hamelin, the Rat Pack and a gospel chorus of young rats. The principal parts (Pied Piper, Mayor, Old Rat and so on) are not so large as to be over-taxing for junior actors, whilst there are plenty of cameo parts plus a choir. This challenging work is well within the scope of juniors.
KS2
Pied Piper of Hamelin, The (Senior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 11 to 16

1 review
Probably best known from Robert Browning's humorous poem, this show adds extra layers and facets to the humour with some delightful 'modern' touches - a hippy guerrilla rat pack, a rapping Pied Piper and a lively, tuneful score which includes ballad, rock and gospel styles. None of the poignancy, however, has been lost and the comedy emphasises the highly-charged emotional content.
KS3 KS4
Pinafore Pirates, The (Senior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 11 to 16

1 review
We confidently predict that this new Gilbert and Sullivan style show will be a massive hit. This delicious pastiche has an outstandingly tuneful score, with script and lyrics bursting with wit and humour!
KS3 KS4
Bestseller
Pirates Of The Curry Bean - By Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

23 reviews
Bestseller
Anchors away and set sail for swashbuckling pirate adventure on the high seas in this piratical musical that’s sure to shake your booty!
KS2
Porridge - By Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
Craig Hawes, author of Pirates Of The Curry Bean, serves up his funniest show ever with Porridge - the stirring musical comedy that begins "Once upon a crime"!
KS2
Rise And Shine - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
A refreshing Easter musical with terrific, catchy songs - Spring has sprung! Hedgehogs wake, flowers grow, baby chicks, kittens and lambs bounce around ... and there's an Easter card for Grandma.
KS1
Robin And The Sherwood Hoodies - By Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

4 reviews
Journey into the depths of Sherwood Forest and discover the hilarious truth behind the legend of Robin Hood in this brand new musical comedy! From the writer of Pirates Of The Curry Bean and Porridge comes a toe-tickling tale of tights, fights and footlights. And living and writing in the heart of Sherwood Forest himself, who better than best-selling author Craig Hawes to lift the lid on the legend you thought you knew!
KS2
Rock Around Christmas - By Dave Corbett
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
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
Rock Bottom - By Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
Journey back to the dawn of time in Rock Bottom, Craig Hawes' brand new prehistorical hysterical Stone Age rock musical! With mysterious monsters on the loose and a volatile volcano ready to blow its top, can Bobby Cobblestone (aka "BC") become a little boulder and hatch a plan to save the town? Find out in this fabulous new musical for Key Stage 2 (ages 7 to 11).
KS2
Rocky Monster Show, The (Junior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 7 to 11

5 reviews
Bizarre, anarchic and very funny, this Rock 'n' Roll musical is a riotous mix of the Addams Family, Young Frankenstein, Phantom of the Opera, with Rebecca and The Rocky Horror Show thrown in for good measure!
KS2
Rocky Monster Show, The (Senior Version) - By Malcolm Sircom
For ages 11 to 16

2 reviews
Bizarre, anarchic and very funny, this Rock 'n' Roll musical is a riotous mix of the Addams Family, Young Frankenstein, Phantom of the Opera, with Rebecca and The Rocky Horror Show thrown in for good measure! Baron Frankenstein's descendant, and ex-pop star turned professor of Genetics, creates DNA moulds of people in his computer. How these moulds come to life as the ultimate Rock Group, headed by a clone of Elvis himself, is the highlight of the hilarious plot.
KS3 KS4
Santa's Hat - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
Everything is ready for Santa to deliver his presents - but he has lost his hat. The elves ask the snowmen and the sleepy hedgehogs if they have seen it but it turns out that Santa has been sitting on it all the time!
KS1
Santa's Setbacks - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
Everything seems to be going wrong for Santa. His sleigh is broken, Rudolph has a cold, a blizzard is blowing and then he spills tea all over himself. Will he get those presents delivered?
KS1
Seven Little Penguins, The - By Fran Carpenter
For ages 5 to 7
Just what you need for your 4 to 7 year olds, this cool tale of intrepid young penguin Goggles is 45 minutes of fun and adventure!
KS1
Bestseller
Shakespeare Rocks! - By Steve Titford
For ages 7 to 11

7 reviews
Bestseller
A hilarious but factually correct take on the life and times of William Shakespeare, "Shakespeare Rocks!" is a fresh, funny and up to date look at the life and times of the poet and playwright, with a cast of humorous historical characters, amusing glimpses into some of his works and how he came 'To Be'.
KS2
Shepherd's Delight - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

1 review
Oh dear! Those naughty sheep keep wandering off, but Mary, Joseph and the Three Wise Men put them back on the right track.
KS1
Splash! - Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
Don’t miss the boat! Craig Hawes (writer of ZOOM!) invites you to take the trip of a lifetime with SPLASH! - a great new musical comedy version of Noah’s Ark, told from the animals’ point of view!
KS2
Star and the Animals, The - By Peter Canwell
For ages 5 to 11
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
Starlight - By Dave Corbett
For ages 5 to 7

2 reviews
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

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