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Katie’s back after “Me, As a Penguin”

Katie McArdle is back in the office after her performance in “Me, As a Penguin.” YAY, we missed her!

Review is here: http://thegoodreview.co.uk/2013/02/me-as-a-penguin-the-houldsworth-manchester/

Katie rehearsing Me, As a Penguin

Tom’s Midnight Garden

Tom's Midnight Garden

Tom’s Midnight Garden

A PARTICIPATION MUSICAL FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

The superb story of Tom’s adventures when the clock strikes 13, perfectly retold for 4-11 year old children, with interactive workshop and 12 children acting on stage with the actors.

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Danger at St Magnet’s

Danger at St Magnet's illustation

Danger at St Magnet’s

MAGNETISM and MATERIALS.  SCIENCE comedy to assist in the teaching of separating materials into natural & man-made at keystage 1 level and bimetallic strip and electromagnets for junior audiences. With fun and interactive demonstrations, music and song to make science FUN.

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Oliver Twist

Oliver Twist

Oliver Twist

Highly acclaimed schools’ version of the CHARLES DICKENS’ classic, superbly adapted for the primary age range of 5-11. Excellent dual emphasis on LITERACY and HISTORY. Perfect introduction for a  young audience into the wonder of the  Dickens’ novels,  and an excellent visual display of VICTORIAN life, work and clothing. Suitable for both INFANTS and JUNIORS alike. Interactive with children trying on clothes of the period and audience volunteers becoming part of the Artful Dodgers Gang.

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The Light Fantastic

The Light Fantastic

The Light Fantastic

SCIENCE show on LIGHT and Dark, Shadows,  Colour, Reflection and the SOLAR SYSTEM. Set as a  Country and Western style musical comedy.  Available at three levels KS1 or KS2 or for one form entry primary schools a Mixed Keystage production to suit all.

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The Happy Prince

The Happy Prince

The Happy Prince

Oscar Wilde’s beautiful story for children supports the understanding of  friendship, communication, sharing, and learning right from wrong. The show features interactive songs, actions and audience participation, including 12 children taking part.

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