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 Ali Baba

 Babes in the Wood

 The Legend of Cinderella

 Dick Whittington

 The Emperor’s New Clothes

 Jason and the Argo-Nuts!

 Little Red Riding Hood

 Mother Goose

 The Nutcracker Panto!

 Puss in Boots

 Robinson Crusoe

 Adventures of Sherbert Dipp


 Sleeping Beauty & the Beast

 Little Bo Peep

 The Snow Queen

 Jack and the Jabberwock

 Humpty Dumpty




Other Scripts

Sweeney Todd’s “Grand Guignol”
Music Hall of Horror!

From the horrors of Passchendaele to the terrors of the London Blitz, this new version of the famous Melodrama relates the story of “Sir Preston Pritt”, an actor-manager, who in 1942 gathers together a company of actors, dancers and musicians to re-enact his flawed 1920’s production of “Sweeney Todd”, which ended in the brutal death of one of the actors. This time round he hopes to make it some kind of Theatrical Exorcism – too late he realises you have to be careful what you wish for. Laced with songs of the era, with rogues and conmen and bloody revenge, its a Ghost Story of sorts - both comical and gory. Enough to freeze the most discerning of marrows!

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Aesop’s Fables: The Legend Begins…

A “Mythtery” Play

It’s Zeus’ birthday and he’s not having a particularly nice day of it. He’s getting nagged by his daughters, his Nemesis, Hades, is up to his old tricks again and, to cap it all, the city of Ambrosia is in turmoil and the citizens need his help to sort it out. So, what is a Deity to do? Well, there’s always Aesop… Perhaps he could help? Maybe he could tell a Fable or two? You never know… With a wacky cast of assorted madcap Animals, Gods, Mortals – and the odd Frog or two – “Aesop’s Fables” are brought comically to life in this Fun-Filled, Family “Mythtery” Play!

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Entertaining Angels

A Christmas Entertainment

It’s getting near to Christmas and “The Jongleur’s Travelling Circus” is suffering from declining audiences. Kids seem to be more interested in staying at home with their “Playstations” and computer games than going out to the circus. Then some of the clowns come up with an idea. Why not stage their own version of the Nativity, using their well-honed clowning skills and the skills of the other Artistes in the circus - which could bring in audiences who seldom go to see their kind of show? The Boss, Mike Gabriel, will have none of it as he has problems of his own too and anyway, who needs “religion”? His estranged daughter has a new baby and an unemployed husband who’s older than her father! Mike is initially reluctant to get involved; that is until he gets the best advice available from an other-worldly stranger. Loosely based upon the 15th century Miracle Play, “The Second Wakefield Shepherds’ Pageant”, this new play aimed at a Family Audience looks at how Mike reconciles himself with his daughter and how, with the help of the stranger, he, his daughter and the Circus get a new lease of life through the Miracle of Christmas.

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