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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
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
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
Button Box, The - 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
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
First Kids In Space, The - By Debbie Campbell
For ages 5 to 14
A class of Space Cadets go on their first mission to Moonbase X to repair Androids who have caught a computer virus and are totally out of control. The Cadets must adjust to extreme lunar conditions, eat strange space food and moon-hop around, but will they be able to deal with the rioting androids, and if so, how will they get home?
KS1 KS2 KS3
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
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
Pantastic - By Matthew Crossey and Tom Kirkham
For ages 7 to 14

2 reviews
Take to the air with the intrepid Darling children in this thrilling contemporary musical adaptation of the timeless classic. When the despicable Captain Hook kidnaps Wendy and holds her to ransom, can Peter find a way to rally the Lost Boys, mollify the angry Natives and defeat the pirates once for all?
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
Pied Piper, The - By Ruth Kenward and Nick Perrin
For ages 7 to 14

2 reviews
In one of the few versions of the Pied Piper to feature a happy ending, we have a first rate end of year show for juniors. This production is full of humour and colourful characters and with a very straightforward plot. The script is fast-moving and engaging but also explores important universal themes in passing. The music is particularly strong and detailed directions make the show simple to produce and perform. A read-aloud story version is included in the data section of the CD, to help introduce the plot and characters to the children.
KS2 KS3
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
Resurrection Rock! - By Sheila Wilson
For ages 5 to 14
A super rock musical with touching new songs retelling the Easter story with warmth and feeling. Whether performed in school or Church, the musical is presented as a series of songs linked by Bible readings.
KS1 KS2 KS3
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
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
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
Tempest, The - By Nick Perrin and Ruth Kenward
For ages 7 to 14

4 reviews
This amazing musical introduction to Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' is brilliantly adapted for children to perform and contains all the meaty themes of the original: betrayal, justice and forgiveness, seasoned with plenty of comedy and mystery!
KS2 KS3
Treasure Island - By Nick Perrin and Ruth Kenward
For ages 7 to 14

5 reviews
A superb, action-packed musical based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel. Treasure Island is full of swash-buckling, piratical fun - which makes it a superb choice for the end of year show!
KS2 KS3

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