Spotlight Publications
259, The Moorings
Dalgety Bay
Fife KY11 9GX
Tel: 01383 825 737
Mob: 07522 560 354
Email: wwpanto@gmail.com
 
Home »

WELCOME TO SPOTLIGHT PUBLICATIONS



TWO UPDATES

 

Beauty & The Beast
By Ron Nicol
This revised script is based on Beaumont’s 18th century version of the classic tale, but with new features. There is divine intervention in the shapes of a good fairy, Rosella, and a malicious spirit, Maleva. Beauty’s sisters Clementina and Nectarina (almost a comedy double act), a feisty maid Gabrielle and Beast’s two servants Hermione and Hortense bring the number of female characters to eight. While not being characters as in the Disney version, two props, a looking glass and a ring, play an important part in the plot.

Plot Summary
Belle, known as Beauty, lives with her father and two sisters. Her father falls on hard times, and on a journey to try to restore his fortunes he plucks a rose from a palace garden as a present for his daughter. The palace belongs to an ugly Beast who demands a life in return for the rose, but Belle saves her father’s life by consenting to live in the palace. When she eventually falls in love with Beast, he is released from a magic spell and turns into a handsome prince.
Read a sample script now: Beauty & The Beast

 

Dick Whittington
By Dave Buchanan
The plot follows fairly traditional lines:  the adventures in London and Morocco of Dick and Tommy the cat, where the latter makes the former’s fortunes.  And all this despite the efforts of a delightfully fiendish King Rat.

Plot Summary
Dick Whittington comes to London with his cat Tommy to seek his fortune.  He is employed by Alderman Fitzwarren, and falls in love with the Alderman’s daughter Alice.  Dick is given the chance of organising a trading expedition to Morocco, but is prevented from doing so by the evil schemes of King Rat.  However he manages to join the expedition and with the help of Fairy Snow, Tommy, and cook Dolly Doolittle he makes good and returns in triumph to London and Alice.

Read a sample script now: Dick Whittington


 

OUR MOST POPULAR SCRIPTS


ALI BABA by Robin Bailes
ALI BABA & THE FORTY THIEVES by Simon  Rayner Davis
ALICE IN WONDERLAND by Susan Mosley
FOUR MINI-PANTOS by Peter Bond
PETER PAN THE PANTOMIME by Emma Houldershaw, Samantha Cartwright & Louise Archer

From the Gabriola Players of British Columbia’s 2015 production

From the Gabriola Players of British Columbia’s 2015 production


ROBIN HOOD & HIS MERRY MEN by Robin Bailes & Jonathan Hales

ROBIN HOOD & THE BABES IN THE WOOD by Dave Buchanan
SNOW WHITE
by Craig Hewlett & Eddie Goddard

THE WIZARD OF OZ PANTOMIME by Emma Houldershaw & Samantha Cartwright

 


 

 

 


Home »