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'The Good, The Bad and The Panto' by Paul Barron - songs and additional information.

'The Good, The Bad and The Panto' by Paul Barron
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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
1Welcome To The 60's (Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman. Hairspray)
2All I Care About (Music: John Kander. Lyrics: Fred Ebb. From: Chicago)
3Whistle While You Work (Music: Frank Churchill. Larry Morey. From: Disney's Snow White And The 7 Dwarfs)
4Rawhide (Music: Dimitri Tiomkin. Lyrics: Ned Washington. Sung By: The Blues Brothers)
5Use Somebody (Kings Of Leon)
6Cotton Eye Joe (Rednex)
7You’ve Got A Friend In Me (Randy Newman. From: Disney's Toy Story)
8Me Ol' Bamboo (Robert B Sherman & Richard M Sherman. From: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)
9Hoedown Throwdown (Adam Anders & Nikki Hassman. Sung By: Miley Cyrus. From: Hannah Montana)
1010,000 Nights Of Thunder (Alphabeat)
11She’ll Be Coming Round The Mountain (Traditional)
12Over And Over (Gary Barlow & Peter Kay. From: Geraldine)
Period and Geography
Location: USA. Time Period: 19th Century
Settings and Set Complexity
Number of Sets: 3
Setting: Cafe/Bar/Restaurant, Village, 'Other Location' and Front-of-Curtain
Set Requirements: Backdrops/simple flats
The script includes characters in the following age range(s):
Unspecified ages
 Language Advisory:Help
We have not identified any instances of bad language in the text.
(However we are not omniscient. We therefore invite you to read the text on-line.)
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
Descriptions of the characters
British pantomime with a Wild West setting
Without the financial means to support them both, plucky young Will is denied the privilege of courting the Sheriff's daughter, Alice. Down on his luck, he meets an old cowboy who gives him a map to the desert gold mine - rumoured to be haunted by dangerous ghosts. But these are rumours spread by mexican bandit El Loco, who wants the gold for himself, and may be a great deal more dangerous!
Awards (won by this script or performances of the script):
Production by Whitley Chapel YFC won the national Young Farmers Club panto competition, 2015 (and, of course, all rounds leading up to it).


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