Full Length Musical Plays

Full length Musical Plays for Children aged 6 +. Please Note: Some of these plays might use original music and some might use existing songs from well known musicals. If this is the case, you must inform PRS of the name of the song and the length of the song so you can pay the Royalties direct to PRS.

Each Script is written for a large amount of children. However you can edit as necessary. Scenes are broken down to incorporate different ages. Principal Roles are aimed at the older more experienced students.

A Waste Of Space


Set on Mars 10 years into the future, A Waste of Space is a combination of allegory, comedy and love story.

After catastrophe on Earth, surviving humans were compelled to find a new home on Mars. The story explores the differences and similarities between earthlings and humans.

With hippies, punks, martian environmentalists and Stage 1 Robots, everyone is guaranteed a moment to shine with an incompetent Prime Minister thrown in to boot. The heartstrings are tugged too when the oldies miss home and Pimalia (a Martian) falls in love with Ned (an earthling).

The story also explores the differences between everybody in a light-hearted way but how easy certain mistrust could lead to conflict.

There are 60 parts, 20 for each stage but these can easily be condensed to less parts as required, and with song choices allowing a show running time of 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Cast list and breakdown of each stage provided along with possible song / dance choices.

As a guideline it works well as Stage 1 for 6 – 9 year olds, Stage 2 for 9 – 12 year olds and Stage 3 for 13 – 18 year olds. This can be tweaked to suit individual production needs.

Peter Pan II...The Return

by Richard & Lynn Beaumont

(Cast: up to 100 M/F. Age: 7-16)

Peter Pan II...The Return. We join Wendy as a much older woman, she is a successful actress with three children of her own. She has a male nanny and leaves them with him when she has to go out. The children want to be read the story of Peter Pan but the nanny is reluctant to do this. Why? He is, in fact, Captain Hook!

He's always hated the ending of the story and sets of to jump back into the book at chapter 15 to change the ending. Pan appears from the auditorium and vows to defend the end. So Pan has to gather his troops: Wendy, Michael, Johnathon and Tinkerbell while Hook has to gather Smee, Smine, Yours & Theirs to fight to the end. Will he succeed?

It is a musical play suitable for performance. The one off fee allows your school to perform it with unlimited liscence. Please note however you may not pass this script onto other schools.

    • Peter Pan II...The Return.

    • Price: £100.00
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    • Peter Pan is one of the most popular stories of all time, in this adapted story Peter Pan, Captain Hook and all their associates go back to Neverland to rewrite the ending of the original story, with Pirates, Mermaids, Indians, Mini Ha-Ha, Major Hoo-Hoo and of course Tinkerbell, Johnathon, Michael and Wendy.

      This production will guarentee lots of laughs and a new and exciting twist on the orginal story.

      Running Time Approx 120 minutes.

      PLEASE NOTE: This show uses exsiting songs so a seperate PRS fee will apply. 

      If you need more details or support with this script please contact: Richard & Lynn Beaumont: 01923 772320.

Right Royal Rumpus

Right Royal Rumpus Synopsis / Cast List

A Right Royal Rumpus has a pantomime feel with a light moral tale included – best described as Panto meets XBox 360 Live (or How To Turn Spoilt Princesses Into Much Kinder People!)

There are seventeen parts written for each stage with varying degrees of challenge as you rise through the stages. Many characters have more than one line and therefore could be shared out should there be more than seventeen students in any one stage.

The script is slick and fast-paced and a tight show with a running time of approximately 65 minutes (dependent on the musical choices). More music could be added if deemed necessary.

It has also been blocked so that it is clear to the teachers where the best entrances and exits work. It also works with a very simple set of three spaced out rostra upstage (very useful for the later ensemble numbers). All other furniture required is one light, wide table and can be brought on and removed by the students, no adults need appear at any stage during the show!

Stage 1s are Chocolate Mice and Bumble bees, Stage 2s play Cats and Androids, Stage 3s Princesses, Sidekicks, Wicked Witch and and two comic Cooks.

Throughout the piece there are suggested music choices for both singing and dance.

The Pied Piper Of Hamelin

A slightly different take on a long standing and much loved story of The Pied Piper Of Hamelin.

With Bruce Forsyth as the Town Crier and greedy politicians refusing to pay the Piper - chaos ensues. Other fairytales and well loved stories are called upon too with Hansel & Gretel, a toy-maker and a few town gossips to boot.

Stage 1 have 23 parts & play the rats divided into four groups – Posh Rats, Hungry Rats, Smelly Rats & Military Rats all vying for the best food on offer.

Stage 2 have 22 parts and are the local children who have the feel of the kids from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang – hungry and afraid but ultimately triumph.

Stage 3 have 20 parts and play mainly the adults of the village and suurounds.

Some students could double up on parts if too many to go around.

There are lots of comic, contemporary references but with the feel of a medieval romp.

Suitable material for 6 – 18 year olds, the show, gives each stage’s students a significant speaking part with funny one-liners and lots of on stage time.

Detailed Stage Directions have been provided to aid with staging, along with tried and tested Song and Dance choices. The show runs for approximately 75 minutes.

Wall Street Bash

A Wall St Bash is set in the early 1930’s in a US city that could be New York or Chicago.

It occurs as the title suggests following the Wall St. Crash in the depression era and examines in a light – hearted way how various individuals would have resurrected their lives in the face of adversity.

It includes a cast of Vaudeville Dancers, down at heel Businessmen, Suspected Orphans and Jailbirds. As the story unfolds it becomes clear that all of the characters lives are intertwined and depend on each other to succeed. As in most good stories they all manage to triumph in the end.

    • Wall St Bash

    • Price: £60.00
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    • Wall St Bash Synopsis

      Stage 1 play the suspected orphans whose parents have been imprisoned whilst turning to crime to feed their families. 6 – 9 year olds – 17 parts

      Stage 2 play the parents (who are imprisoned) but are freed later and have an opportunity to redeem themselves. 9 – 12 year olds – 17 parts

      Stage 3 is split between the 5 businessman and 11 Vaudeville dancers. These characters interact with each other and it is they who hatch the plan which will eventually offer a solution to everyone’s woes. 13 – 17 year olds – 16 parts

      All entrances and exits are marked and useful suggestions for song and dance numbers are made throughout.

      Running time is approximately 65 minutes (dependant on musical choices).

Westward Woe

A comic tale of Pirates, captured sailors and soon to be unemployed Santa’s Elves makes for a colourfully costumed show with a suitable challenge fo students from 6 – 18 years old.

In replicating more contemporary themes, the pirates enter into a coalition, the sailors complain about their pay and conditions and Santa’s Elves must travel to Iceland to clean up the Volcanic Ash.

The show, gives each stage’s students a significant speaking part with funny one-liners but a sting in the tale (so to speak).

Eventually the pirates coalition flounders leaving the ordinary sailor’s and magical Elves to pick up the pieces. A second to none feel-good factor to the piece yet offering a challenge to all stages. And even The Worzels make an appearance.

Detailed Stage Directions have been provided to aid with staging along with tried and tested Song and Dance choices.

There are 17 parts for the Stage 1 Elves, 23 parts for the Stage 2 Sailors and 20 parts for the Stage 3 Pirates.


by Richard & Lynn Beaumont

(Cast: Up to 100. M/F. Age: 7-16)

Any resemblance to "The Wizard of Oz" is purely intentional!

Wiz’ed follows the story of Dotty Payle a Teenager from (Insert local area) who is trying to ‘find’ herself. She is walking Toto (a reluctant actor in a skin who’s only doing it because the real Toto was killed shortly before the curtain went up) they are caught in a storm, massive audience participation recreating a twister, Dotty and Toto land in ‘Oz...ish’ where they meet the Hoodwinks (street dancing Hoodies).

Dotty and Toto are instructed to go and see Wanda in the Land of Helium (cheap set). On the way Dotty meets up with Spotty, person who spends whole show with bag over their head due to a bad complexion. Potty is a person who has completely lost his marbles and Derek/Doris, a person who has lost their sense of humour.

There are Good, Bad and indifferent Witches, who swap in the interval, Narrators, Commuters, Crows, the Cheeky Monkeys and contestants in the ‘Helium’s Got Talent’ competition.

In the end Dotty is back to... (local area) ...and it was all a dream but she has learnt a real lesson of life which is,that it doesn’t matter if you’re spotty, don’t have a sense of humour or as mad as two balloons deep down we’re all the same. Cue for mighty finale' song/anthem original: “Everyone goes to the toilet”.

If you need more details or support with this script please contact: Richard & Lynn Beaumont: 01923 772320.