Looking for a great school musical?

At Kingsbury Creations we have taken two well-loved stories and transformed them into exciting stage musicals, perfect for juniors, middle schools and musical theatre groups.  Over the years these shows have proved so adaptable, they have been successful in a huge variety of productions all over the world from KS2 primary school musicals to professional adult performances.

With two such fantastic tales, Treasure Island and The Wind in the Willows, your productions are sure to be enjoyed by both actors and audiences alike.  These classics, adapted by Stephen Kingsbury and Ben Sleep, are both faithful to the spirit of the original stories and huge fun to perform.




Treasure Island!

This wonderful school musical has proved very adaptable and suitable for all sorts of groups who enjoy performing stage musicals from KS2 junior children to adults. It has had countless successful performances all over the world for the last 12 years!

The Wind In The Willows

The ideal show for KS2 primary school children upwards, this thrilling new musical adaptation captures all the wit and bonhomie of Kenneth Grahame’s novel, and aims to bring the delights of this literary classic to yet another generation.

All materials are available for immediate download once payment has been made.
This includes all the materials and the Performance Licence you will need to produce these fabulous musicals.

Top Quality Musicals & wonderfully crafted scripts

It can be hard work producing a musical but with Kingsbury Creations we make it as easy as we can, providing you with scripts, scores, lyrics, backing tracks, rehearsal tracks, production notes, and everything else you’ll need to make your production a roaring success. Everything is provided as a simple download of pdf and mp3 files.

Originally created as KS2 primary school musicals, these shows are designed to be entertaining and of course massive fun for all involved, allowing you to showcase the talent of your performers as well as resulting in a host of proud relatives and friends! If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

About Stephen and Ben

  • Stephen Kingsbury Composer & lyricist

    Stephen is a songwriter, theatre composer and music tutor as well as being a secondary school music teacher for nearly ten years, he has regularly taught singing and directed the music for many shows.
    Stephen has written the music and lyrics to five original musicals: Great Expectations, Treasure Island!, The Wind in the Willows, The Railway Children and Arbuckle. The last three with writer, Ben Sleep.
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  • Ben Sleep Writer

    Ben began writing in 2006 when he was a finalist for the BBC’s Witty and Twisted search for new comedy writers and performers. After being assigned a mentor at the BBC, he went on to write for numerous Radio comedy shows, including: Look Away Now; Newsjack; Play and Record; 7on7 and Recorded for Training Purposes. In 2008 he collaborated with Stephen Kingsbury on a new adaptation of The Wind in the Willows.


  • Brilliant! it is a spectacular play. I love it. We are doing it 4 our leavers play at school. I am Long John Silver!!  Ay, Ay!

    Rebecca Pupil
  • Treasure Island is a musical with memorable, toe-tapping tunes and individual, well defined characters. From a choreographer's point of view, the rhythms and melodies were easy to work with, and covered a variety of different styles. It is a high energy version of the traditional story, which, I believe, could be used by both schools and adult groups.

    C. Shaw
    C. Shaw Drama and Dance Teacher, Essex
  • What can I say - the show was fantastic and so well received by the sell out audiences...much of this is of course down to the wonderfully crafted script and superb music/lyrics...

    Rob Pudner
    Rob Pudner Youth Theatre Director, The Plough Arts Centre
  • I would definitely recommend it to any one planning on doing a musical with young children, it has pace, humour, catchy songs and is written in such a way that your audience is mesmerised.

    L. Herbert
    L. Herbert Drama Teacher, Suffolk
  • It isn't always easy to find a suitable musical production for older primary and secondary age children. Wonderful, lively romp through Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale..

    E. Sherman
    E. Sherman Drama Teacher, West Lothian
  • There are moments of pure hilarity, especially when Toad disguises himself as a washerwoman to escape from prison, fending off an amorous guard in the process...this tale of friendship, mysticism and adventure is really worth seeing...

    Lancashire Evening Post
    Lancashire Evening Post
  • I produced this musical last summer and it was a tremendous success.  We had 90, 11 year old children involved. They loved the music and enjoyed the whole pirate thing. Highly recommended!

    P. Gilsenan
    P. Gilsenan St. Dallan's Primary School
  • ..this is a thoroughly enjoyable show, beautifully paced and peppered with original songs, making it engaging for all ages...

    The Argus, East Sussex
    The Argus, East Sussex
  • Sometimes in life, one finds a little nugget and this is one of them. We have been entranced from the first rehearsal and the children have taken to it incredibly quickly. We are delighted to have shared this lovely adaptation with a wide section of the school and know that you, the audience, will now enjoy it.

    Paul Whittles
    Paul Whittles Barnardiston Hall Preparatory School
  • This musical, performed by children aged 8-13, managed to capture original elements from the book with a new and exciting dynamic: dancing, singing and effective props. The whole play was well paced, allowing no time for boredom. Well rehearsed acting was merged with upbeat musical numbers from the chorus and dance routines.

    This is North Devon
    This is North Devon
  • Two years ago we did Treasure Island and were really impressed with all aspects of the product - the music, script and notes. Last night and the previous evening also, we performed The Wind in the Willows which was a massive success. The children loved the music and the script was very funny. I also think the whole package is very good value for money.

    Abbie Guymer
    Abbie Guymer Western Downland School, Hants
  • The production has been carefully put together to be a wonderful mix with light-hearted entertainment and a clear message summed up in the closing number 'At the end of the rainbow, there's treasure to be found...the treasure is a friend who's near'.

    P. Kirkman
    P. Kirkman Music Teacher, Lancashire