The Snow Queen

Image Musical Theatre’s Participation Musical for KS1 & KS2

Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale centres on the struggle for good in the lives of Gerda and her friend, Kai.

Kai is taken by the Snow Queen who lives in a world of ice and snow, but faithful Gerda is determined to find him and restore her friend to the boy she knows and loves. A host of characters help her along her way, including a bandit, a prince, princess and a Sami woman.

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The Selfish Giant

A Participation Musical for KS1 & KS2

Oscar Wilde’s beautiful & moving tale is given the Image Musical Theatre treatment

This wonderful production is one of a series of participation musicals created by Image Musical Theatre for Key Stage 1 and 2. The show itself is preceded by a rehearsal workshop where some of the children are chosen to take part in the show while the remainder of the audience are rehearsed into four chorus songs. Image Musical Theatre has an excellent reputation for producing work that is stimulating and entertaining while maintaining very high production values.

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The Wind in the Willows

A Participation Musical for KS1 & KS2

Kenneth Grahame’s tales from The River Bank, The Open Road & The Wild Wood are all here in this vibrant musical production.

We follow the lives of the loyal friends Mole, Ratty and Badger in their attempts to help the exuberant Mr. Toad become a better creature. Only when Toad is threatened with the loss of Toad Hall does he realise the importance of their friendship.

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An Inspector Calls

GCSE Production for KS3 & KS4

Katch 22’s Adaptation of ‘An Inspector Calls’; A Play Written by English Dramatist J. B. Priestley

The upper middle-class Berling family is visited by a man calling himself Inspector Goole, who questions the family about the suicide of a young working-class woman in her mid-twenties.

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Calamity Climate Change

Brand New Show from Arty-Fact Theatre Company for KS1 & KS2 Touring Schools from Sept 2022

Eco-friendly fun play covering sustainability and climate change.

  • Serious topic, fun show
  • Specially devised for KS1 and KS2 children
  • Arts Council England funded

Set by the sea, with the beautiful backdrop of the old lighthouse, we meet magical characters & talking sea creatures!

Changes are happening to the cove, how will they affect the people and animals who live there?

Told within our usual fun & eventful storyline and very much involving the audience. We introduce topics such as the difference between weather & climate, what are greenhouse gases, the dangers of pollution & most importantly the simple everyday ways we can all help, what ever age, to protect our environment.

We include a free pre-show activities pack for classroom work and after-show Q & A session.

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The Light Fantastic

Science Show from Kinetic Theatre for KS1 & KS2 to stream/download

A Country and Western musical on the science topic of LIGHT and the solar system.

Where has all the colour gone? The problem is literally black and white: something or someone is stealing the colours of the world! The sky is white, trees are black and the rivers a murky grey. Lost on the banks of the Ohio, Country & Western singer Roy Gee stumbles upon the Light Fantastic café – the last remaining place to have any colour.

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Merlin & the Sword in the Stone

A Participation Musical for KS1 & KS2

The classic ‘Arthurian’ legend is given the Image Musical Theatre treatment

Guided by the mysterious Merlin, we follow Arthur, a young squire who embarks on an adventure and learns some important lessons about kindness and generosity before realising his true destiny.

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All Hail Macbeth

Macbeth Workshop for KS2 & KS3

Arty-Fact Theatre Company & Theatre Workshop have joined forces to collaborate on this stunning and inspiring Macbeth workshop for schools.

Get your pupils hooked on Shakespeare. This one hour non-stop workshop will have them scrabbling for the text book. The pupils are involved from the moment the witches appear on the heath to the demise of Macbeth.

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