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6 Minute Nativity (A Mini-Musical) - By Sarah Watts and Rowena Gibbons
For ages 5 to 14
Here is the Christmas story, condensed into a six-minute musical performance which is sung all the way through (cantata-style) to Sarah Watts’ entertaining and jazzy tunes.
KS1 KS2 KS3
A Big Green Adventure - By Colin Magee and Andrew Oxspring
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
This fast-paced, fun-packed musical pulls no punches in delivering its big green message!
KS2
A Way In A Manger - By Ruth Kenward and Caroline Kimber
For ages 5 to 11

4 reviews
Set within a story from old English folklore, this musical is a simple explanation of the Christmas message, that Jesus was born in human form to show mankind the character of God. A refreshing new look at what lies at the heart of the Christmas story - something completely different.
KS1 KS2
Around The World In A Thousand Years - By Sara Ridgley and Gavin Mole
For ages 7 to 14
Around the World in a Thousand Years is a musical journey through the last ten centuries, showcasing different parts of history such as the Black Death, the legend of Robin Hood, Henry VIII's six wives and Captain Cook's voyages around the world. Suitable for Key Stages 2 and 3, this is the show to bring Broadway into your school and, according to The Times Ed, '… your audience will go away delighted'.
KS2 KS3
Baa Baa Bethlehem - By Daisy Bond and Ian Faraday
For ages 5 to 11

4 reviews
In this imaginative new nativity musical, we discover that wonderful things do indeed come in small packages! For four young shepherds, being ‘bottom of the heap’ is no fun. They never get to leave the hillside and take the sheep to market and are never allowed to sit near the fire on cold evenings - such treats are reserved for the older shepherds.
KS1 KS2
Babushka (The Musical) - By Ruth Kenward (Book and CD)
For ages 5 to 11

6 reviews
A charming version of the 'Babushka' tale, with lots of different roles to involve plenty of children. The show is very picturesque and the songs are delightful, with actions provided. Simple to produce and a real audience-pleaser!
KS1 KS2
Ballooning Around The World! - Alison Hedger (Book and CD)
For ages 5 to 11
Finding foods in Scotland, Russia, Spain, Egypt and Jamaica in the Caribbean - a balloon adventure in song, dance and poems!
KS1 KS2
Behind The Stable Door - By Sarah Baker and Andrew Oxspring
For ages 5 to 11

7 reviews
Why are a cat, a dog, an ox, a donkey, a sheep and three camels all sitting outside a stable on a chilly, starry night? Well, the innkeeper’s wife has a bee in her bonnet and has declared her stable ‘out-of-bounds’ to all animals!
KS1 KS2
Bethlehem Baby! - Sheila Wilson
For ages 5 to 11
This nativity musical from Sheila Wilson (Hosanna Rock!, Rock Around The Flock!) is another gem, guaranteed to entertain your children and audience!
KS1 KS2
Blooming Gorgeous - By Debbie Campbell
For ages 5 to 14
This musical tells the story of a day in the life of an 18th century garden. With a colourful and varied cast alongside a host of entertaining songs, this is the perfect choice for a spring or summer production.
KS1 KS2 KS3
Christmas Recipe - By Peter Fardell
For ages 5 to 11

6 reviews
Christmas Recipe imagines all the ingredients that go to make a wonderful Christmas being mixed together in a bowl! With this unique concept and a host of colourful 'ingredients' (robins, presents, snow, Father Christmas, and much more) this little musical offers the opportunity to create a very special Christmas performance.
KS1 KS2
Christmas Stars! - A Nativity Musical by Sheila Wilson
For ages 5 to 11

1 review
This fun new Christmas musical has God auditioning all the traditional characters for the Nativity. But there are no losers (apart from Herod!) and the musical ends with a beautiful tableau scene. It is suitable for KS1+ and 2, or all KS1 ages if your staff and children are confident. It is set for a cast of approximately 30, but can be freely adapted for more or less. Permission is given for the play to be adapted as well (and KS1 suggestions are included).
KS1 KS2
Cinderella (Roald Dahl) - Stephen Chadwick and Helen MacGregor
For ages 7 to 11
The story is going magically to plan for Cinderella - the Magic Fairy does her job, her dress is divine, the ball everything she could wish for … and the Prince! What a catch! But when the royal temper frays and the heads begin to roll, shocked Cinders finds her wishes are all washed up. Who will save her now?
KS2
Dick Whittington - By Debbie Campbell
For ages 5 to 14
Folklore has it that, plagued by rats and bullied by the Fitzwarren's housekeeper, Dick acquires a clever cat that gets rid of the rats and then sells itself to an exotic Barbary Queen. Eventually the cat returns to Dick, bringing him untold riches and success. Whether this is true or not, a memorial to Dick Whittington and his cat still stands on Highgate Hill!
KS1 KS2 KS3
Diwali - By Sam and Mat Dixon-Szul
For ages 7 to 14
Diwali is a sparkling new musical for 8 to 14 year olds exploring the traditions of the Hindu faith. It is based on The Ramayana, the great Indian epic poem, retold for hundreds of generations and helps explain the Festival of Lights.
KS2 KS3
Do You Remember The First Time? - By Andrew Oxspring
For ages 7 to 11

5 reviews
Do you remember your first day at school? Or the first time you were sent to see the head? What about first time you stood on the starting line clutching an egg and spoon? School is the place where we experience many ‘firsts’ and the most memorable can be re-lived through the songs and sketches in this hilarious, emotionally-charged new musical, which promises to deliver a bucket-load of laughs ... and tears!
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
Fit For Fun!, Bitesize Golden Apple - Douglas Wootton
For ages 5 to 11
Everything you need for a great show! Bitesize Golden Apple musicals are short, effective, tuneful mini-musicals suitable for school assemblies or as part of a mixed performance.
KS1 KS2
Five Gold Rings - By Ruth Kenward
For ages 7 to 14

4 reviews
This irresistibly quirky show is full of panto-style fun, ideal for KS2. Two children learn to put aside their differences and recognise each other’s strengths. In so doing, they discover the true ‘gold’ that can be given at Christmas!
KS2 KS3
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
Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Roald Dahl) - By Helen MacGregor and Stephen Chadwick
For ages 7 to 11
Tried in a court of law on suspicion of stealing the porridge from under the snouts of the decent, law-abiding Bears, Goldilocks looks like porridge wouldn't melt in her mouth. But is she really a brazen crook? Only the jury can decide!
KS2
Goodbye My Friend - By Andrew Oxspring
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
As four friends wait at the bus stop on their last ever day at primary school, they reminisce about people and events that have shaped their lives so far.
KS2
Hagbane's Doom - By Nick Perrin
For ages 7 to 14

4 reviews
A fun-filled fantasy adventure that makes an unforgettable leavers' show for Year 6! There is a brilliant array of colourful characters, giving plenty of children an opportunity to shine, and the music is stunning, encouraging even the most reluctant of singers to take part with gusto.
KS2 KS3
Hans Christian Andersen's Snow Queen - By Kaye Umansky, Ana Sanderson and Stephen Chadwick
For ages 7 to 11

3 reviews
Following on from the success of A & C Black’s Roald Dahl series of musicals comes a sparkling adaptation of Han’s Christian Andersen’s Snow Queen. Kay is swept into the Snow Queen's icy sleigh and stolen away to her frozen palace. Gerda, his best friend, sets out on a brave journey to rescue him.
KS2
Hansel And Gretel - By Nick Cornall
For ages 7 to 11
Hansel and Gretel is suitable for performance at any time of the year in primary schools and is full of Nick's original humour - with some unexpected twists to the well-known story.
KS2
Home For Christmas - By Jo Sands and Ruth Kenward
For ages 7 to 14

5 reviews
Taking the theme of 'No room at the inn', this children's musical contrasts the bustling commercialism of a modern Christmas with the plight of the homeless. Plenty of small character parts and opportunities for dance improvisation. Full of warmth, humour and powerful songs, this engaging show captures the true spirit of Christmas.
KS2 KS3
Hosanna Rock! - By Sheila Wilson
For ages 5 to 11
A popular nativity which conveys the true meaning of Christmas, for children of mixed ages and abilities.
KS1 KS2
Humpty Dumpty - By Julie Stanley and Mary Green
For ages 5 to 11
Humpty Dumpty, suitable for any time of the year, takes an enjoyable judicial look at how Mister Dumpty fell off the wall. Was he pushed or did he fall? Accidents can happen, saying sorry, making friends.
KS1 KS2
Jack and the Beanstalk (Roald Dahl) - By Ana Sanderson and Matthew White
For ages 7 to 11
Jack and the friendly farm animals defy the bone-crunching Giant's phenomenal sniffing powers (and Jack's mother's murderous way with a vacuum-cleaner) to come out triumphantly rich - and squeaky clean!
KS2
Jerusalem News - Denis O'Gorman and Kevin Duncan
For ages 5 to 11

1 review
Breaking news! A child is born in Bethlehem! This entertaining new musical based on the Nativity story is told in the format of a live news broadcast. Interviews with a wide range of characters are interspersed with some really catchy songs.
KS1 KS2
Jesus' Christmas Party - By Roger Parsley
For ages 5 to 11

6 reviews
A very entertaining nativity musical, Jesus' Christmas Party is based on million-selling storybook by Nicholas Allan, and it has huge child-appeal. The show is lively, funny and very easy to direct, with songs that almost teach themselves! Two versions of the script are included - one for ages 5 to 7, the other for ages 7 to 10.
KS1 KS2
Lemonade Kid - By Peter Fardell
For ages 7 to 11
The Lemonade Kid is a rootin'-tootin' Wild West musical, telling of a town being tamed against all odds by a plucky bar-girl and the only man brave enough not to carry a gun.
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 Red Riding Hood and the Wolf (Roald Dahl) - By Ana Sanderson and Matthew White
For ages 7 to 11
Suitable for ages 7-11 years, the plot twists something like this: Mr Wolf thinks he is a match for Little Red Riding Hood and her three little piggie pals. He snatches a lead on her and gobbles up Grandma - but his hair-raising antics will cost him his skin. And it is sweet Little Red Riding Hood herself who has the ace up her sleeve - or, to be frank - the pistol in her knickers.
KS2
Move It! - By Ruth Kenward and Richard Neil
For ages 7 to 14

3 reviews
At the heart of this innovative streetdance musical for KS2-3 is the story of one boy's journey out of angry isolation into acceptance and reconciliation. Move It! is totally current but explores timeless themes: cruelty and kindness, success and failure, commitment and new beginnings. A dynamic, unforgettable experience for all involved. This stunning show offers something completely fresh and empowering for young people to perform.
KS2 KS3
Mr Humbug Sees The Light - By Andrew Oxspring
For ages 7 to 11

5 reviews
This super musical sees the Dickens tale, A Christmas Carol, brought bang up to date and set in school! Headteacher, Mr Humbug, hates Christmas because it gets in the way of ‘proper’ work and costs too much, so he bans it!
KS2
Ocean Commotion - By Debbie Campbell
For ages 5 to 14

1 review
A wonderful environmental musical with 12 memorable songs telling the tale of Bottlenose the dolphin who is taken into captivity.
KS1 KS2 KS3
Panto Pandemonium - By Ruth Kenward
For ages 7 to 14

1 review
A hilarious battle between good and evil that all takes place in Pantoland, to a soundtrack of fantastic music in a wide variety of styles. Your children will absolutely love putting on Panto Pandemonium - and it's even been known for school staff to put the show on themselves! There's an array of traditional panto characters (Jack, the Giant, Aladdin, Cinderella, Ugly Sisters, Seven Dwarfs and even a Pantomime Cow) and plenty of booing, hissing and 'behind you' for everyone to enjoy. All in all, Panto Pandemonium is great fun for audience and performers alike.
KS2 KS3
Pirates Of The Curry Bean - By Craig Hawes
For ages 7 to 11

23 reviews
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
Pirates! (With Molly On Board) - By Eddie McCartney
For ages 5 to 11
Captain Blackbeard is the buccaneer sailors fear the most. His cleaning-fanatic wife Molly has taken a voyage with him and a ship full of pirates, thus breaking the sea law 'No women on board - they bring bad luck'!
KS1 KS2
Primary School Christmas Musical - By Andrew Oxspring and Mick Riddell
For ages 7 to 11

11 reviews
A Christmas and Nativity Musical for 7-11 year olds. What goes into putting on a spectacular Christmas musical at school? Making costumes, painting scenery and learning lines aren’t even the half of it! Join us on a truly rollercoaster ride, as we take a look behind the scenes at everything and everyone involved in making a school production happen.
KS2
Rainbow Spectacular - By Debbie Campbell
For ages 5 to 14
A cast of Rainbow Colours are rehearsing for their show, with each colour doing their special song and dance routine. When a gang of grungy Monochromes arrive on the scene and threaten to disrupt the proceedings, the brilliant Sun saves the day by encouraging teamwork, resulting in a spectacular production.
KS1 KS2 KS3
Reach For The Sky - By Andrew Oxspring
For ages 7 to 11

14 reviews
New for 2017!  Edgy Productions have updated one of their most successful musicals and set it against the backdrop of a school sports day. Still with the underlying message that if we try our best in all that we do then our rewards will be plentiful, this feel-good production takes a celebratory (and typically humorous) look back at some of the sporty and PE-based things that happen at primary school.
KS2
Robin Hood - By Nick Perrin
For ages 7 to 14

4 reviews
The legend of Robin Hood lives on in this action-packed children's musical, with wonderful, catchy songs and a fast-moving script! The play is very suitable for a large cast, making it ideal as a whole school show.
KS2 KS3
Roll Back The Stone (A Musical Cantata) - By Nick Perrin
For ages 7 to 11

5 reviews
A dramatic and uplifting cantata, which presents the Easter story through seven songs and readings. Roll Back The Stone makes an unforgettable presentation, ideal for KS2 assembly, choir presentations or Easter service.
KS2
Romeo And Juliet - By Debbie Campbell
For ages 7 to 16
This musical by Debbie Campbell is based on Romeo and Juliet and is a wonderful way of introducing young people to the works of Shakespeare. The music is dramatic and varied, with fighting songs, dances and romantic solos, in both traditional and modern styles. There is plenty of scope for solo, group, and chorus parts. Two onstage choirs represent the opposing Montague and Capulet families.
KS2 KS3 KS4
Santa's On Strike - By Andrew Oxspring
For ages 5 to 11

9 reviews
It’s Christmas Eve and Santa’s in a mood. He’s seen too many episodes of Supernanny and thinks children don’t deserve presents anymore, so he goes on strike. As Mrs Santa and the elves show him snapshots of family life, will he realise that Christmas is still a time of giving, caring and sharing? You bet he will, and so will your audience in this celebration of all that is good about christmas … and about children!
KS1 KS2
Scheherazade - Tales of the Arabian Nights - By Nick Perrin
For ages 7 to 14

6 reviews
Four classic stories from 'Tales of the Arabian Nights' are cleverly interwoven into this colourful show featuring Princess Scheherazade. This show makes an excellent end of year show for primary phase, being a rich blend of music and drama, with beautifully orchestrated backings and lots of opportunities for dance and vibrant costume.
KS2 KS3
School Daze (10th Anniversary Edition) - By Andrew Oxspring
For ages 7 to 11

4 reviews
School Daze is the best-selling end-of-year/leaver’s production from Edgy Productions and has raised the roof in thousands of primary schools over the years!
KS2
Scrooge ... A Ghost Of A Chance - By Sheila Wilson
For ages 7 to 14
This musical has grown and grown in popularity. It’s a great chance to perform a Dickens classic (‘A Christmas Carol’), with the play and lyrics written by Colin Baker (of ‘Doctor Who’ fame) and the music written by Sheila in her trademark style! Colin has also written expert staging instructions.
KS2 KS3
Shakespeare Rocks! - By Steve Titford
For ages 7 to 11

7 reviews
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
Sleeping Beauty's Dream - By Nick Toczek
For ages 5 to 11
Sleeping Beauty's Dream is a fun and flexible panto, including popular songs for everyone to sing and parts for all. With all the traditional elements of the classic pantomime story, this retelling also introduces a host of other well-known characters and some novel twists.
KS1 KS2
Snow White - By Colin Magee and Andrew Oxspring
For ages 7 to 11

1 review
Meet a title character who teaches numeracy and literacy to woodland animals, a shopaholic evil queen, seven small forest-dwellers obsessed with cleanliness, sly cronies, boffin inventors and a host of other colourful characters!
KS2
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Roald Dahl) - By Helen MacGregor and Stephen Chadwick
For ages 7 to 14
Snow White cleverly schemes to scoop up the Magic Mirror in a dash for freedom and fortune, aided by the turncoat huntsman and abetted by seven ex-jockeys, leaving the meanest queen, as ever - heartless.
KS2 KS3
Superkids Rock! The Planet, Bitesize Golden Apple - Sheila Wilson
For ages 5 to 11
Everything you need for a great show! Bitesize Golden Apple musicals are short, effective, tuneful mini-musicals suitable for school assemblies or as part of a mixed performance.
KS1 KS2
Tattybogle - By Ruth Kenward
For ages 5 to 11

3 reviews
A delightfully picturesque musical for all seasons, based on the the picture book 'Tattybogle' by Sandra Horn, which features a lovable scarecrow. Ideal for KS1 and/or lower KS2. Includes simple choreography.
KS1 KS2
The Bossy Christmas Fairy - By Patricia Lee
For ages 5 to 11
A Christmas musical with seven new songs. This humorous musical teaches children about Christmas customs and the moral that being bossy and judging only by appearances is not acceptable.
KS1 KS2
The Button Box - By John Gleadall
For ages 7 to 14

7 reviews
The Button Box is a journey around the world in song! The music is very varied and colourful and the show is well suited to a large cast, making it an excellent whole school or end of year production.
KS2 KS3
The Donkey Seller - By Carrie Richardson and Clare Jones
For ages 5 to 11

3 reviews
This delightfully entertaining nativity introduces a group of bored donkeys, whose lives are transformed by the journey they make to Bethlehem. The play is full of humour, yet there is also a real sense of the Christmas message, making this a wonderful choice for 5-9 year-olds. (Two scripts included - one for age 5 to 7, and one for age 7 to 9.)
KS1 KS2
The Elves And The Shoemaker - Sara Ridgley and Gavin Mole
For ages 5 to 11
An enchanting Christmas Musical for young children to star in, learn from and enjoy. It is easy to stage for a class of 30 children ideally aged 6 to 9 (Upper Key Stage 1 / Lower Key Stage 2) and the story is based on a well-loved traditional tale, told through original lyrics and lively music to present a complete theatrical experience to a school.
KS1 KS2

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