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Pantomime Script: Sleeping Beauty by John BartlettWith a wave goodbye, the curtain comes down
on the panto, so now's the time to read
a few scripts and choose what to produce next year.

Here's a complete list of all our pantos
in alphabetical order, with links to 
the bio's of their authors.

We can't throw sweets out to you, but
we can give you something to chew over...
for each title you can download a
free preview script containing about
half to two-thirds of the script.

Well Known Traditional Titles

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(one order item provides all Aladdin Preview Scripts)

 Pantomime Script: Jack And The Beanstalk' by Philip Meeks



Other Traditional Titles

Pantomime Scripts: 'Humpty Dumpty'

 Pantomime Scripts: 'Little Bo Peep'





Non-Traditional Titles

  • Alice In Wonderland (by Kate Dunn & Karen Dolan-SmithComing Soon

 Panto Script: 'Beau Jest' by Paul Reakes

  • Bobby Shaftoe (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon


  • Doctor Foster (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon





  • Little Tommy Tucker (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon

  • Old Father Time (by Doreen MogerComing Soon

  • One, Two, Buckle My Shoe (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon


  • Princess And The Peabrain (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon

  • Ride A Cock Horse (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon

  • Rip Van Winkle (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon


  • Rumpelstiltskin (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon

  • Sing A Song Of Sixpence (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon


  • The Cobbler Prince (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon

  • The Genie In The Bottle (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon

 Pantomime: 'The Kings New Clothes'

  • The Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe (by Bruce GardnerComing Soon

  • The Pied Piper (by Doreen MogerComing Soon

 Pantomime: '(not quite) The Three Musketeers'


Alternative 'Panto-like' Titles

We also have another title that has a panto feel to it, but is not really a panto.

'Snow White And The Evil Queen' is a musical telling the fairy story in a very tongue-in-cheek way ...

Can anyone stop the Evil Queen from killing Snow White and gaining total control of everything? Yes, hurrah - Prince Rupert saves the day. In this version of the Snow White story, the Evil Queen, named  Malexandria, takes centre stage along with her human mirror and stylist, Cedric The Hairdresser.  After killing her sister (the former queen and Snow White's mother), Malexandria marries the widowed king and sets out to make herself the sole ruler of the kingdom. The songs are gloriously set to the music of Beethoven.