Jack & The Beanstalk

Just done a bit of an update of this script.
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The heartless landlord Edward Victor wants the rent off Dame Dolly Diddly. With no money she tells her son Jack to sell their last possession, Daisy the Cow. Exchanging Daisy for a handful of beans sets the scene for a wild adventure where Jack has to rescue the love of his life from the bad tempered Giant, his french chef and housekeeper and save the village.

1 x low flat fee for performances for small/medium amateur/community groups. Video rights included. Basic rewrites available to suit your needs, as part of the service.

I also do poster & flyer design and printing. Amazing prices if you use my script (and pretty good even if you don’t)

contact me for info and for pricing

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Aladdin

Just finished re-writes and updates on this version of the classic story. Now even more jam packed with jokes, one liners and slapstick scenes.Aladdin logo

The evil Abanaza needs Aladdin to retrieve a family heirloom (he’s not sure who’s family it belongs to, though) from a magical cave. Aladdin finds the magic lamp and gets trapped in the cave but is rescued by his mother Widow Twanky, his brother Wishie Washie and the informative Bing, the genie of the ring.

Determined to marry The beautiful Princess Saleha, Aladdin tries to impress the Sultan, but his aide, The Grand Vizier and the determined police chief No Pah Kin have other ideas.

Evil thwarting, a gallant rescue and lots of magical shenanigans ensure that this is fun, action packed and magical pantomime.

Hilarious, jam packed with one liners, #slapstick scenes, chorus lines, jokes, great characters, witty dialog and fun.

1 x low flat fee for performances for small/medium amateur/community groups. Video rights included. Basic rewrites available to suit your needs, as part of the service.

I also do poster & flyer design and printing. Amazing prices if you use my script (and pretty good even if you don’t)

contact me for info and for pricing

 

 

Thank You

A pleasure to work with these people.

Norton Theatre Group

norton panto group picThe entire cast and crew of 2018’s production or Camelot would like to say a huge thank you to everyone that came to see the pantomime.

We had a crazy wonderful time putting on the show and the fact that so many people came to see us makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside (although that could be the effects of Lady Mabels Badger Stew.)

The show would not have been possible without the following backstage people

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We Leave Camelot a Nicer Place to Live In

UntitledNorton Theatre Groups version of The Magnificent Seven Knights of Camelot has come to an end. A couple of rewrites and scene alterations and the panto was a huge success. Packed with modern, not so modern, and some down right ancient jokes, it had the audiences laughing from start to finish and the cast and crew loving every minute of it.

 

I love working with NTG. They are such nice people and every year they amaze me with their vocal talents, comic timing and professionalism. They did my script proud.

The script The Magnificent Seven Knights of Camelot is now available for other theatre groups to use. Check out my pricing page for info. If you would like a perusal copy of this script, please get in touch.

Fantastic Opening Night

Terrific opening night last night. Huge congrats to the cast who did a magnificent job. It was wonderful seeing so many people enjoying the show, laughing in all the right places and being amused by the crazy situations (imagine a one armed, one legged knight singing and dancing with a traditional panto dame … not something that you see everyday).

It’s been a hard slog getting the script right, programing the lighting and many sound effects, promoting and preparing for the show, but last night made it all worth it.  Norton have a wonderful cast with great voices, impeccable comic timing and a true love of what they are doing. It’s a pleasure to work with them.

There is one more show tonight (limited seats left) and then two shows tomorrow (some seats still available) and then I’ll have to start writing next years script.

Ticket info available from http://www.nortontheatregroup.Co.uk

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Moldiwart & You

Are you part of a theatre group thinking about next seasons Pantomime? Are you looking for a script that’s funny, full of great dialog, one liners and opportunities for crazy slap stick? Are you looking for a scriptwriter than can adapt a script to fit your needs? Do you have a script that needs updating with modern jokes, local twists or editing in any way.

I would love to help.  I have a selection of scripts available, from the traditional stories of Cinderella, Beauty and The Beast, Peter Pan, Jack and the Beanstalk and Aladdin, to slightly obscure ones such as Robin Hood and Camelot. Each one has been tried and tested and performed by a local amateur theatre company and is full of fun, bad jokes and action.

Get in touch is I can help in anyway. I would love to work with you.

Chris