The easy way to source your pantomime songs
Every theatrical production needs life and tempo. Animate your school play, village hall extravaganza, local theatre show or pantomime with toe-tapping melodies and lyrics. We have a great portfolio of songs for every type of pantomime character from the wicked to the wonderful, lusty robust Pirates to Dames; song and dance for girls and boys; duets or solos. The selection is extensive but if nothing is quite right then we can produce something bespoke for you. We can modify our lyrics or the key to suit any pantomime character, and create and compose songs to order. Just get in touch(link to contact page) if you need any help.
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A New Cinderella NEWPrice: From: £4.00
A uniquely beautiful, wistful solo for Cinderella to sing as she sweeps the floor. Verses in 5/4 – giving a lovely lilt to the song as she sweeps. The centre section is a gentle waltz. She tells us about her hopes for the future when she will no longer be just a girl but a New Cinderella, living her dream. Flute accompaniment completes the exquisite beauty of this piece.
Boy Meets Girl NEWPrice: From: £4.00
A passionate but light-hearted love song (female solo) with a smooth bossa nova rhythym. A girl tells a boy just how good she will be for him for the rest of his life, now that they have met. She ends by saying that she is just a girl, standing in front of him, asking him to love her and asks: what is he going to do?
Demon NastyPrice: From: £4.00
The villain tells us how he likes to frighten children, how famous he is, and how we would be wise to be on his side. He describes one or two of his favourite tricks and warns us that he is going to make devils out of us all! Sax solo.
Don’t Want Yo’ Spendin’ Yo’ Money! (Female Solo)Price: From: £4.00
Bluesy jazz number. A nagging wife tells her husband that she does not want him going out and having fun, spending all his money on other people – especially women. She only approves of him spending money when he is spending it on her! Solo on piano, sax, trumpet, etc.
Don’t Want Yo’ Spendin’ Yo’ Money! (Ugly Sisters’ Duet)Price: From: £4.00
A bluesy, swing jazz number with a swing middle 8. The two ugly sisters give their long-suffering father a hard time about spending money on himself. They warn him that he should think only of leaving his wealth to his “little girls. Solo on piano, sax, trumpet, etc.
Feisty FiestaPrice: From: £4.00
Lively, upbeat ‘fiesta’ song and dance chorus number for boys and girls, with two mariachi trumpets and a Latin American feel. A vibrant main theme, acapella opening, and a rumba middle section. Fun!
Foggy Bottom StrollPrice: From: £4.00
Bluesy song reminiscing about love’s labours lost. Beautiful gentle jazz in that quiet scene for the principal boy or girl. Trumpet part throughout. (or sax) Male and female vocal recordings are both included in the mp3 and wav downloads and on CD.
Golden AgePrice: From: £4.00
A mature couple fall suddenly in love and tell each other how much they are going to enjoy their golden days together. Includes a lovely waltz for them to dance (and perhaps the chorus, too). Brief trumpet solo at the end.
I’m in Deep! (Female Solo)Price: From: £4.00
Lively love song. The principal boy has lost his girl and he explains that he loves her so much that he cannot do anything until he finds her. Fortunately, the powers of the universe are on his side! Instrumental on two trumpets, sax, organ, etc. This version is in Ab, suitable for a female voice.
I’m in Deep! (Male Solo)Price: From: £4.00
Lively love song. The principal boy has lost his girl and he explains that he loves her so much that he cannot do anything until he finds her. Fortunately, the powers of the universe are on his side! Instrumental on two trumpets, sax, etc. This version is in C, suitable for a male, tenor voice.
It’s Not What you Know But Who You Know That Knows itPrice: From: £4.00
Buttons tells Cinders that she will have a great time when she joins high society but that she has to network- and that he will always be there for her. Dance section in the middle