The Tale Of 3 Trees
Three little trees growing up on the mountain top have big dreams of what they want to become, but one by one those hopes are dashed as they are chopped down and turned into seemingly insignificant things. However, God has an amazing plan for each tree – a plan that goes beyond any of their wildest dreams as they find themselves at the heart of the story of Jesus.
Full of hope and encouragement, this beautiful traditional folktale is retold with a simple script and four stunning songs that are full of the expectation, disappointment and ultimate joy of the story. With the climax focusing on the death and resurrection of Jesus, this mini-musical is perfect for Easter, but also suitable for year-round performances.
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Treachery At Traitors' Quay
Mary Green & Julie Stanley
It is World War II and London isn’t safe. The five Dawson children are evacuated to the countryside to the large home of Eggin-Drake, Minister of Information. As they are thrown in amongst all sorts of characters from the dishevelled Home Guard and air-raid wardens to the surly gamekeeper and the retired sea captain, it soon becomes apparent to the children that there is a spy in their midst. Determined to investigate, they head down to the Quay and snoop around the smugglers’ caves, but who is the spy? Can their plan be foiled before it is too late? And what is the secret about the JAM?
Join Duggie, Billy and Rosie as they head the investigation in this lively, dramatic mystery with an exciting script and seven fantastic songs.
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Leading children's writers
This cracking collection of 12 Easter and spring-themed songs will launch you into the season with a delightful variety of topics from Palm Sunday and the Easter story to Mother’s Day and pancakes. So, put on your Easter Bonnet, follow The Easter Egg Trail and sing your way through this fantastic array of Easter delights.
Bethlehem The Musical
Mark & Helen Johnson and Sue Langwade
Bethlehem The Musical is a brilliant new nativity that charts the exciting events leading up to one very special night in Bethlehem.
This all-singing, all-dancing, 60-minute production weaves the extraordinary story of the birth of Jesus into the ordinary lives of the people of Bethlehem and draws on the important themes of community and hospitality.
A King Is Born
Gaynor Boddy & Rebecca Kincaid
It’s time to snuggle up by the fire and see the story of the very first Christmas come to life as Mum reads it to the children on an exciting Christmas Eve.
Relive the miraculous story of the birth of Jesus, the baby king. Meet bossy Caesar and his census-takers, the angels, the shepherds and join the kings on their journey as they follow the star and come with wonder and awe to the stable.
Leading children's writers
There Will Always Be A Reason To Sing, so packed into this songbook are 19 fabulous reasons to lift your voices and Sing Like Never Before! Sing your socks off with Music Makes The World Go Round, Our Time To Shine and Just For The Fun Of It before launching into some impressive part-singing in Shoo-be-doo-ah, a four-part round in Jazz Is Cool or plain craziness in I Got A little Dog. And if it's concert repertoire you're after, there's a perfect Note To The Audience opener and a fabulously uplifting Encore! to close.
So whether you're looking for fantastic assembly songs, showstopping performance songs or great choir numbers, this collection of absolutely Singsational songs has it all!
The Niki Davies Book Of Splendid Science Songs
Discover, explore and reveal a whole lot of splendid science in this collection of 22 catchy songs that are fun to sing and easy to learn. Written specifically for 3-7 year olds, this fabulous collection is packed full of all sorts of scientific themes including plants, animals, everyday materials, the five senses, how things work and much more!
Encourage enquiring minds with What Would Happen If? or What Can I Use My Magnet For? Investigate waterproof materials by making teddy a raincoat, learn all about Mixing Paint, Evergreen And Deciduous Trees and how Gravity’s A Wonderful Thing and take a look at animal habitats in Could An Elephant Live In A Nest? With all this and more, this selection of songs will make learning and singing about science more enlightening than ever before!
The Bee Musical
By Niki Davies and Emma Davies
Every busy bee in Mr Waxworth’s hive is eager to do their part – except for one. Poor Grumble Bee! She just wants to do something special with her life and doesn’t see the point of finding nectar and collecting pollen all day long. After all, what’s important about that?
But, when world bee colonies start collapsing and a shortage of plants means they are unable to pollinate all sorts of food types or even feed themselves, Mr Waxworth and the bees put on their thinking caps to do something about it.
Will the buzz surrounding the bees’ most exciting play of the year ‘The Bee’s Knees’, help Grumble Bee to realize just how vital the work of the bee is and convince everyone else to do their part to save the bees? With a fabulous script and eight terrific songs to get you buzzing and bee-bopping, you just won’t bee-lieve how good this delightful musical for 5-9 year olds is!
By Sue and Paul Langwade
Imagine the scene…In the pretty, alpine village of Stumbledorf - (just a short ‘trip’ away)- the overdramatic villagers await a hero to rescue them from the mythical creature whose presence overshadows their otherwise idyllic mountain home (and, even worse, dramatically depletes their food supplies.) Just in the nick of time - seemingly in fulfilment of an ancient prophecy given by three wizened old crones - Tommy Rumble and his fiercesome mother stumble into Stumbledorf, causing great excitement. Could Tommy finally be the answer to the village’s problems? Can he get fit in time to fight the dragon or will jealousy and mischief thwart his heroic exploits? Has the dragon really developed a taste for goats or is it just a social media feeding frenzy? Is the ominous rumbling something to be feared or just the result of Villager 2 having a hot curry? Will the village ever be free of its Dragon Days?….There’s only one way to find out…
A fabulously dramatic musical for 7-11 year olds with a hilarious script and 9 exciting songs.
We are delighted to be supporting Red Nose Day 2017 once again. Mark and Helen Johnson have come together with Andy Harsant to produce the irresistibly catchy song 'Put A Nose On It', which we know you will all love. Click here to download the song, and watch the video - then get fundraising and have heaps of fun at the same time!
Witness how the various post-Roman invaders jostled for power, then divided Angle Land into kingdoms and eventually settled down to become The Anglo-Saxons; take part in a dramatic presentation of the story of Beowulf The Brave; act out King Alfred’s burning of the cakes and learn all about life as an Anglo-Saxon.Includes three fantastic songs, recorder music for That's The Order Here!, four pages of cross-curricular ideas and extension work, and a class assembly script. There’s even the opportunity to choreograph short dances for the Beowulf instrumental sections.
The Stone, Bronze & Iron Ages
By Mary Green & Julie Stanley
In this production, three groups of archaeology students are on hand to guide you through the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, uncovering all sorts
of fascinating information as they try to piece together the prehistory jigsaw puzzle. You will be transported back to meet mammoth hunters and witness amazing discoveries, as well as take part in a dramatic retelling of the discovery of the prehistoric settlement at Skara Brae.
Includes three fantastic songs, recorder music for Build A Fort, percussion ideas for There's No Smoke Without Fire, four pages of cross-curricular ideas and extension work, and a class assembly script.
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