Summer may nearly be over, but there is still time to find that perfect Pantomime script.
Here at Moldiwarts, I have NINE scripts available, from the traditional standards of Cinderella and Aladdin, to the classics of Beauty and the Beast and Jack and The Beanstalk, to the family favorites of Goldilocks and Peter Pan, all the way back to the madcap medieval England romps of Robin Hood and Camelot.
(All scripts have a great value ‘all-in’ purchase / licence fee of £120 and basic rewrites to suit your group.)
Email email@example.com for you free perusal copy or go to the contact page.
There is a new feature on the Moldiwarts site. The Vault is a page that will be made available to anyone who purchases a licence to one of my scripts. It will contain…
- Sound SFX from some of the shows I have been involved with.
- Alternative Lyrics to popular songs.
- Jokes that I have not had a chance to use yet (and some I have).
- … more
If your group is using one of my scripts, I will send you a password for this page.
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.
I published this little booklet / sample (not really sure what to call it ) of short scripts on Kindle a while back, purely to see how it was done. I didn’t imagine I would sell any but low and behold I have sold … some … not many … just a few … but enough to keep me in coffee for a few hours. Continue reading