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Christmas Extravaganza!

Discussion in 'Music' started by srobilliard, Aug 3, 2011.

  1. Athough I have quite a lot of experience in producing school
    performances and professional shows. I am totally out of ideas for this
    comming christmas. I will be starting as head of music at an
    independant school in september. I want to put on a really good show to
    make an impact at an importnat time of year.
    One of my aims is to include the entire
    school community from reception all the way through to 6th form. Has
    anyone attempted such a show before or have any intersting ideas that
    they could put my way?
    Thank you
     
  2. Athough I have quite a lot of experience in producing school
    performances and professional shows. I am totally out of ideas for this
    comming christmas. I will be starting as head of music at an
    independant school in september. I want to put on a really good show to
    make an impact at an importnat time of year.
    One of my aims is to include the entire
    school community from reception all the way through to 6th form. Has
    anyone attempted such a show before or have any intersting ideas that
    they could put my way?
    Thank you
     
  3. I've done these 2, both quite big, impressive shows, that little ones and big ones can be involved in The first one is also very easy to add 'acts' of your own choosing.

    Santa show http://www.franticproductions.co.uk/popup.cfm?p_n=186363&p_i=186363

    Babushka http://www.starshine.co.uk/christmas/babushka.html
     
  4. Sir Cumference

    Sir Cumference New commenter

  5. Scrooge (a ghost of a chance) would work. There's a place in the middle where they go to church at Christmas & can watch a little nativity by the younger years. Or everyone can sing carols. Colin Baker wrote the play, & song words, Sheila Wilson wrote the music. Mixture of rocky and ballads. Redhead music www.redheadmusic.co.uk
     

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