CRAZY CAPERS DODGY DEALS. by Chris Goy.
It's 1971 and the "Class of 65" are gathering at a seaside resort for a reunion weekend.
Frankie 'the fingers' Fuller and his intellectually challenged sidekick John 'Duggs' McGee book into the Grand Hotel with the sole intention of tunnelling through to the bank next door. Having asked for Room 1 or 2, their first disappointment is that Reception misheard them and they've been placed in Room 102 on the 3rd floor instead. It gets worse when they discover the school reunion party in the hotel is their old school !
TREASURE ISLAND by Stephen Kinsbury
A jolly salt-encrusted musical adventure on the High Seas!
This universally known story is superbly brought to life with an injection of song, dance and humour. The original plot is woven into a superb musical version, capable of being played by children (12+ years) or adults. All the original characters appear - Jim Hawkins, Long John Silver, Ben Gunn etc but Certain 'liberties' have been taken with RL Stevenson's original plot and words for added laughs.
FREE AND EASY - A KAOKE MUSICAL by Bill Cronshaw
"... slips effortlessly through moments of foot-tapping exhilaration, topical in-jokes, touching drama and outrageous comedy." BBC
Set in a pub in Manchester call the Last Drop - a family owned hotel famous for its Kaoke. The peace is broken by a visit from a brewery consultant who demands a hefty payment or else the pub will be turned into an entertainment centre including Pole Dancing. Uses classic 50's and 60's songs including Rock Around the Clock. These boots were made for Talking.