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There is trouble in FairyTaleLand...
The Evil Queen is doing away with all of the handsome Princes and it is up to the 3 Little Pigs to stop her!
Join your favourite Fairy Tale characters for a riotous romp that the whole school can enjoy watching together.
Among the names that Walt Disney rejected for the 7 Dwarves were...
Dirty, Baldy and Awful!
"Thank you for a wonderful day! Everyone immensely enjoyed the whole school play at the start of the day and it got everyone excited and looking forward to their drama workshops. All of the classes thoroughly enjoyed their workshops and found them fun and engaging.
You were very organised, arrived in lots of time to set up and meet staff and were very accessible to contact. I would definitely recommend you to other schools. Thank you!"
Rachel Kinrade, Cavendish Primary School
"The children thoroughly enjoyed the performance.
All of Year 4 were focused until the very end, even the boys who 'hate' Fairy Tales!
Humour, pace and expression were repeatedly commented on by the children, with the finale being highly praised."
Angela Burke, Chandlers Field School
"Hilarious, pupils and staff loved it..."
"Hilarious, pupils and staff loved it (in fact, I was laughing all day). Set and props were simple but effective. Relevant to Traditional Tales section of the curriculum."
Rachel Hills, St Patrick's Primary
"The children all really loved the show and it was a great introduction to our Fairy Tale topic. It was very cleverly written and well performed - it kept the adults entertained as well as the children!"
Sarah Cota, St James' Infant School
"Fantastic - lovely idea, lovely story - kept children entertained and absorbed the whole time."
Emily Stather, St George's College
"Great fun and children were particularly impressed by the costume changes allowing such a huge number of characters.
The team were bang on time as always and the cost and professionalism were good. Hope to see you next year."
Jane Westmoreland, Dovelands Primary School
There is no maximum audience size for this production which means it is perfect as a treat for the whole school or to kick-start or round-off your Literacy Week/Book Day. To make a full day of it why not book some accompanying drama workshops..?
"Children enjoyed seeing all of their favourite characters. Very professional production kept at a fast pace to keep the children engaged.
Punctuality - excellent. Speed of setting up/dismantling - excellent."
J Carter, Frieth Primary School
"A fantastic show enjoyed thoroughly by all children and by all the staff.
Curriculum content was great as covered key phrases, characters, story content well.
Great use of interaction with audience - this surprised the children.
Props and set were good - very clear which character was being portrayed.
Lovely recap of each story at the end. Great use of voices to depict each character.
Very professional throughout and punctual.
Engaged all learners, including those with special educational needs."
Kirsty Grant, Fleet Infant School
"We loved the way you involved all the children and made them part of the performance. Talking about other traditional tales also was in line with the children's learning.
You made it really fun and the children and adults enjoyed it immensely."
Sandra Parker, Newport Primary School
"We thoroughly enjoyed the performance of The Greatest Fairy Tale Ever Told - thank you.
Everyone was very professional and friendly. Punctual arrival.
Easy to book and good communication.
All of the children from Reception to Year 6 enjoyed the performance.
The teachers were all very impressed by the quality of the performance.
Set looked impressive - bright and colourful."
Gemma Atkins, Gislingham Primary School
"Fantastic experience! Very professional!
Children really enjoyed it, laughed and giggled throughout. We will definitely re-book in the future."
Richard Barker, Glebefields Primary School