KS2 (age 7-11) musicals 60 minutes or less duration
by Gawen Robinson
Celebrate the Tokyo 2020 Olympics with this sporty little number!
FREE Olympics History School Assembly!
"A fantastic reception from the parents and kids loved performing. So much positive feedback from parents. The characters and one liners went down a treat and there was a good balance of history and humour."
Andy Taylor, Tanners Wood Primary School, Abbots Langley.More Information...
by Keith Dawson & Gawen Robinson
"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, BirminghamMore Information...
by Mike Horth & Jan Porter
*** FREE BACKDROPS ***
"I cannot imagine why anyone would not want to put this on."
Nic Laud, KS2 Year 6 teacherMore Information...
by Steve Titford
Celebrate over 400 years of Shakespeare's Creative Legacy with our blockbuster hit
Links to New National Curriculum... English/History
"This is by far the best musical for kids and youth I have ever seen or directed. The music was wonderful and the kids sang their hearts out! Wonderful, everyone should do this musical."
Vicki Vickers, Bacon Theater Children's Playhouse/Bacon County Schools, Alma, Georgia, USAMore Information...
by Craig Hawes
"One of the best shows we have ever done. The show really captured the Wild West and was enjoyed by boys and girls alike. The parents roared with laughter. Inspired writing from Craig."
Corrine Wellby, Upper Beeding Primary School, West SussexMore Information...
by Malcolm Sircom
"A lively, funny show with great child and audience appeal. A testimony to its success was to hear children who had been in the audience singing the songs."
St. Edward's Junior school Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Glos.More Information...
by Steve Titford
Links to New National Curriculum... Science/History
"From the moment we played the first song to the children, they were hooked and strains of 'Nothing Beats Being You' and 'Tierra del Fuego' could be heard drifting down the corridors. Proof of its popularity was witnessed when the children performed their own impromptu jamming session of Darwin Rocks with true passion and abandon after the first performance. ... It was easy to stage, with brilliant parts for an entire year group and the accolades we have received after the performance have been the best ever. Well done, and thank you, Steve Titford and Musicline!"
Kate MacKrell and Chrissy Boulton, Binfield CE Primary School (VA), BinfieldMore Information...
by Mike Smith & Wilf Tudor
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"The script is full of fun as Dolly meets the different Emoji characters."
Naomi Randell, Primary School Music TeacherMore Information...