Read what others have said about the musicals
“A Christmas Story turned out to be a great choice. The songs were easy to learn and the play had enough small parts to keep all the children happy! The children delivered the punch lines brilliantly and had everyone laughing. The play was well received by the parents and the children really enjoyed themselves.”
St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School
“(The) Music is lovely, I work in a special school and as you can imagine the pupils love the music and singing.”
Mrs E Broomhead
“A really good script with exciting, catchy tunes that children in Key Stage 2 were able to learn and sing with great enthusiasm. Enough main characters and minor parts for as many children to participate in as required. Use of percussion instruments is catered for. In all a fun production covering a Nativity play with a modern upbeat theme. Parents thoroughly enjoyed this as well. Keep up the good work”
St Mark’s Primary School, Staplefield
“We have just returned home with wonderful music ringing in our ears… Andrew Lloyd Webber had better watch out.”
“No matter how often we rehearsed, I was moved to tears by this wonderful music.”
Mrs Lesley Lee, teacher
“Thanks for such a wonderful set of productions, they are so user friendly.”
Moat House Primary School, Coventry
“Hi Adam, after already performing two of your plays as our Year 6 Leavers Plays, I purchased a christmas play for my class ‘Bethlehem Royale’ which we have just performed. I have never had so much fun doing a play. The children really enjoyed all of the songs and the humour, especially the angels! The audience of adults and children loved it! One parent was even crying with laughter.
“The show was great and a real success parents and children all enjoyed themselves.
Thank you so much.”
Grove Junior School, Northwood, Stoke-on-Trent
“Children and parents thoroughly enjoyed it – lots of humour, variety of songs and we managed to include all the children easily into the various roles.
“Dear Adam, my drama club (20 children from Y1 to Y6, meeting for 40 mins once a week before school) chose to do Snow White and the Seven a Side Football Team, although I tried to steer them towards a script about St George (as we are St G’s Primary!) They absolutely loved it and were still laughing during rehearsals right up to performance! I didn’t have to raise my voice once! (Apart from to model the evil Queen’s reaction!) The dress rehearsal with the school as audience followed the traditional and hallowed formula, and fell a little flat. This ensured a sparkling evening performance before parents, staff and governors, with the highlight during the football match, when the ball sailed off the stage, glanced off the head’s head, and hit the Vicar (aka chair of governors). Result!
The kids all loved the humour and the songs, especially the darker ones. Thank you – I usually take a story and write my own script – yours made my life so much easier; I would definitely look at your site again.”
“The children themselves enjoyed learning and performing the show, and it was this enjoyment and the energy they showed in putting on this play which helped to make the show a wonderful event – one of the best in a long time, I’ve been told! You helped this Year 6 to a brilliant send off! I may well be calling on you again in the not too distant future.”
“A funny script that the children and audience loved. The songs were catchy and easily learned. There was a good range of parts and we were able to adapt the play to include more children. It was enjoyed by all!”
Newton Regis CE Primary School
“The production of ‘Rats’ went very well. The children all enjoyed performing it and their overall response was very positive. As was the audience response, lots of laughter and lots of congratulations. It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening.”
All Saints C of E Primary, Harwich
“It was very successful! The audience loved the humour!”
St. Johns Primary School, Stoke-on-Trent
“The children absolutely loved the play especially the songs. The songs were so catchy that the children and teachers are still singing them. Loved the humour and we were able to add movement and dance sequences to a lot of the songs.
Staging was very easy and incidental music was very useful.
Overall an amazing play and we will definitely be coming back to you.”
St Andrews School, Rochester
“Treasure Island was well received by the children and the parents. The children thought that the humour in the script was excellent (especially between Long John Silver and Jim) and we had great fun rehearsing and performing.”
“What a fantastic show! So many delighted performers and some of the best feedback from audiences we have ever received, Thanks to the quality of the music. I must say that the show has been enjoyable from the beginning. We took our year 6 (90 children) to the Theatre Royal in Portsmouth to perform Treasure Island on 3 occasions: a matinee to local school children and two evening performances to parents.”
Portsmouth Grammar Junior School
“Treasure Island was awesome! The songs were brilliant and we made up dances and the lads were hilarious acting as parrots and crazy pirates.”
CBS Primary school, Ireland
The play was fantastic! We managed to produce it with children from Years 3 through 6 in about 10 after school sessions & a couple of lunchtime choir practices. The lyrics were good & the tunes very memorable with a definite West End feel to them.The children really enjoyed learning and performing and it fitted in really well with our new creative curriculum for Years 5 & 6 on Shakespeare (A Midsummer Night’s Dream)
St Joseph’s Primary School, Newbury