Sing A Song Of Sixpence by Stewart Auty

The approximate running time of this play is 50 minutes.

Gilligren is an orphan who is sent to live with his Aunt and Uncle - who don't really want him – so when a Messenger arrives saying that the King is dead and there is a new King, Gilligren decides to go to London and seek his fortune. On the way, he acquires four and twenty blackbirds, which will come in very handy when he gets to the Palace.

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From the pen of our most prolific and potty writer - Stewart Auty - this play is packed full of jokes and songs, as usual. You could have a cast of 26 or 41 – depending upon whether you double up on parts - and the running time is about 50 minutes. Plenty of singing and dancing too. As with all our plays, there are full production notes that give advice on scenery, prop and costume-making.

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