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Primary School Musicals | Age 4 - 11

Our primary school musicals are specially designed to enchant children of younger ages making them easier to teach.

Performances range from 30 to 75 minutes, thus catering for all standards and helpful easy-to-learn repetition enables children to remember their lines with ease.

Our children's musicals are written for every school size. For instance, adaptable musical Oink! is written with small schools in mind. It is suitable for a range of ages and abilities and has 40 speaking parts that can easily be reduced or expanded.

At Musicline we know that schools come in all shapes and sizes and we take care to acknowledge that when developing children's musicals.

We've made sure that all possible help is included in our production packs to make your show as effortless and special as possible.

Please browse our collection. We promise you'll be pleased with what you find. If you have any questions or need any further information about our children's musicals please contact us. We'd love to help.


We'll Meet Again

by Keith Dawson & Gawen Robinson

Commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE day with our fantastic World War 2 school musical about life as an evacuee
Ideal Cast Size 70
Speaking Roles 48
Minimum Cast Size 36
Duration (minutes)55-60

"What a wonderful way to show what life was REALLY like for children during World War 2; a term of history lessons in one production."

Denise White - Headteacher, Blakenhale Junior School, Birmingham

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Oink! (Primary Production)

by Craig Hawes

The Three Little Pigs

Ideal Cast Size 50
Speaking Roles 40
Minimum Cast Size 26
Duration (minutes)60

"The best performance ever by the children, parents and other schools thought it was so funny and the acting was brilliant, especially Rene the french rooster (based on 'Allo, 'Allo!)."

Mrs Geraldine Sumner, St. Joseph's School, Hastings, New Zealand

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