Aladdin’s Lump

(2 customer reviews)


by Anthony James – Music by Tim Spencer



A Potty Panto


Aladdin is a good for nothing spotty youth who daydreams his life away. His long suffering mother runs the local laundry. One day an evil magician, Abanaza, appears. He needs someone small enough to squeeze into a small, enchanted cave to retrieve a magic lamp.

Aladdin cannot find the lamp, but does find a lump of rusty, old metal. A furious Abanaza leaves Aladdin to die in the cave. Lost and alone Aladdin discovers the lump’s secret; a Genie appears and releases him. Flying home on a magic carpet Aladdin catches sight of the beautiful princess, Fatima. He persuades the Sultan to allow the marriage, but Abanaza, disguised as the Sultan’s Vizier, nearly wins the day. Will Aladdin live happily ever after?


 Click Here for Sample Script


What you get?

The Script

With stage suggestions

Music Score

Full libretto score

 MP3 tracks

performance backing

 MP3 tracks

backing so your children learn the tunes

Art pack

Make the props, scenery and costumes from recycled materials

Made up of: Main Show Script with Historical Fact Sheets and Art pack – MP3 files with Performance and Backing racks – Libretto Music Score – 12 month Performance and Video License – Photocopying License

Cast List

Narrator 1.

Narrator 2.

Aladdin                    –           Our young hero.

Widow Twankey     –           Aladdin’s mother (Dame).

Wishy Washy         –           Aladdin’s sarcastic brother or sister.

Abanaza                  –           An evil magician.

The Vizier                –           Abanaza in disguise.

Princess Fatimah   –           A beautiful Princess.

The Sultan              –           The Princess’s father.

 Rocks, Skeletons, Monsters, Clouds and Chinese Courtiers.

The Genie (3 puppeteers) Aladdin & Carpet (1 puppeteer) Palace (1 puppeteer)

Music Samples

He’s the Villain

Magic Carpet


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