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'Sherlock Holmes - The Panto' by Jenny Gilbert - songs and additional information.

'Sherlock Holmes - The Panto' by Jenny Gilbert
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The following songs are suggestions; other songs may be used at the discretion of the production. Performance rights for the script do not include rights for songs.
Song #Song
1The Lambeth Walk (Music: Noel Gay. Lyrics: Douglas Furber & L. Arthur Rose. From: Me and My Girl)
2The Bold Gendarmes (J Offenbach)
3Skye Boat Song/Rap (Traditional )
4My Old Man (Fred W. Leigh & Charles Collins)
5Me And My Girl (Music: Noel Gay. Lyrics: Douglas Furber & L. Arthur Rose. From: Me and My Girl)
6Let’s Twist Again (Kal Mann & Dave Appell)
7A Cliff Richard Medley (Cliff Richard)
8A Policeman’s Lot Is Not A Happy One (Gilbert & Sullivan. From: Pirates of Penzance. Song: A Policemans Lot)
9P.O.S.H (Sherman & Sherman. From: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)
10Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me A Bow Wow (Joseph Tabrar)
11I’m Getting Married in the Morning (Music: Frederick Loewe. Lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner. From: My Fair Lady)
12My Old Man - Reprise (Fred W. Leigh & Charles Collins)
Period and Geography
Location: England. Time Period: 19th Century
Settings and Set Complexity
Number of Sets: 6
Setting: Park, Street, A Room, 'Other Location' and Front-of-Curtain
Set Requirements: Backdrops/simple flats and Customised Furniture
The script includes characters in the following age range(s):
Unspecified ages
 Language Advisory:Help
Swearing rate: less than 1 known rude word per thousand.
We have identified the following types of language in the text:
Potential blasphemy
In addition to the text, the "Producer's Copy" of the Script includes the following:
A list of the required properties
A list of the suggested songs
Miscellaneous notes from the author
Unconventional pantomime, parodying Conan Doyle. A variety of characters, a Holmsian plot, plenty of spectacle, songs, dances and a magic trick.
In the foggy streets of London, somebody is murdering umpires, Princess Freda is in jeopardy and Queen Victoria is not amused. Could this be a dastardly plot from arch villain Moriarty? And why is there a sudden outbreak of false moustaches? Inspector Semaphore and Sergeant Dull are baffled. Sherlock Holmes and the trusty Watson are on the case, but one step ahead of them is Charlie, the leader of the Baker Street Irregulars, and a canine catastrophe called Baskerville.


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