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Putting on a Play: The Great Fire of London

Tony Bradman, Tom Bradman

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For National Curriculum Key Stage 2, Interest age: from c 7 years, Prose: non-fiction, Drama & performing (Children's / Teenage)

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An exciting play for children aged 7-9 set during the Great Fire of London. It can be performed as a class or read during a literacy lesson.

A great tool for children to use to stage their own play! Set during the Great Fire of London in 1666, it has parts for a group of children and extras with notes on staging, costumes and props. It is great for reading for fun or performing as a group.

When Will Farriner wakes to the sound of crackling flames and the smell of smoke, he knows something is terribly wrong! As is family escape the flames engulfing their bakery, Will realises he must stop the fire from spreading. But what can be done before all of London goes up in smoke?

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Tony Bradman

Tony Bradman is an experienced editor, writer and anthologist in the world of children's books. He has written numerous plays, stories and poems for young children. His book 'Here come the Heebie-Jeebies and Other Scary Poems' was short-listed for The English 4-11 Awards for the Best Children's Illustrated Books of 2000.

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