Pantastic - Secondary

Pantastic - Secondary

Ages 11-14+

Duration 60 mins
Speaking Roles 33
Cast Size 20-50+
Ideal Cast Size 40

Soar into Neverland with Peter Pan in this much-loved musical adaptation of the classic novel by J.M.Barrie. 

Following thousands of productions in over 30 countries, Pantastic has now been updated to include incidental/scene-change music, a new vocal recording and a tweaked script.

Scroll down to the tabs below to listen to song clips, read the synopsis and script samples, and to view character information. 

The Editable WORD script is available as part of your purchasing options (if bought with the main pack and performance licence), allowing you to tweak as necessary to ensure it fits your particular needs. 

Full band parts are not currently available for this show, but if you would like to receive the backing track/instrumental midi files or the Sibelius files of the piano/vocal arrangements, please get in touch via phone or email. 

UK School Invoicing is available - please email us with your order request to

Some item combinations may not be available when purchasing through the website. Please contact us if you would like an alternative combination and we will consider the feasibility.  

  • Overview
  • Songs
  • Buying Options
  • Synopsis
  • Sample Scripts & Character Info
  • Reviews

Buying Options


Book & CD: Book includes full script, character list, curriculum-linked material, sheet music and lyrics. CD includes all songs recorded with children’s voices and full backing tracks.

Book & Digital Downloads: Book as above, with digital downloads that include MP3s of all of the songs and backing tracks, plus a PDF version of the full book. Where available, a complimentary pdf version of the abridged script is also included.


Performance Licence: You need a performance licence to perform our show to anyone other than children and staff. The performance licence allows you to perform the show as many times as you like within a twelve month period. Please choose the relevant option depending on the total expected audience for your production. 

Filming/Streaming Licence: If you plan to film your performance and manufacture DVDs for distribution, stream content on an internet site or share on social media, you will also need to purchase this licence.


The EDITABLE VERSION of the script in WORD format is not available as a stand-alone purchase. However, it can be purchased alongside one of the Pack options when a performance or filming/streaming licence is also purchased. It is an additional item (script only, no music or production information) and is not a substitute for the main resource.

DIGITAL PERUSAL MATERIAL - The perusal material is non-refundable and comprises the full script, production information and sheet music excerpts from two of the songs. It can only be purchased as a stand-alone item, exclusive of the main show: choose No Pack and No Licence in the other drop-down menus. 


It's the adventure of a lifetime for the Darling children as they leave the safety of their home to accompany Peter Pan and Tinkerbell to Neverland. 

Ideal for KS3 performers, PANTASTIC has dozens of great parts, ten wonderful songs and a funny, dramatic and - at times - heart-breaking story. Written for three separate groups of characters, the flexible nature of the script allows for easy adding or reducing of characters. The Editable WORD Script is available as part of your purchase if you wish to adapt the show to fit your needs. 


The play begins with a musical exploration of what it means to grow up and how wonderful it would be to stay young forever (NOBODY WANTS TO GROW OLD).

Inside the nursery, Mrs Darling finishes the bedtime story and is just tucking Wendy, John and Michael into bed when she discovers somebody’s shadow on the window ledge. With the lights out and everyone asleep, Peter and Tink – who have been listening to the story from the balcony – creep into the nursery to reclaim it. Despite Tink taking an immediate disliking to Wendy, it isn’t long before the Darling children are flying off to Neverland, enthralled by Peter’s tales of pirates and adventure (HIGHER AND HIGHER).

In Neverland, we meet the Lost Boys, Pirates and Natives, not to mention the crocodile (HERE IN NEVERLAND). Suddenly Tink appears in the sky and tells them that Peter wants the Lost Boys to “shoot the Wendy bird”. Tootles takes aim and brings her crashing to the ground, only to realise that he has shot “a lady”. Luckily for him – not to mention for Tink – Wendy is saved by the acorn-button ‘kiss’ which Peter had given to her. To allow Wendy to convalesce comfortably, Peter and the Lost Boys build her a home of her own – a Wendy house.

Meanwhile, Captain Hook is feeling melancholic. Smee suggests it is due to Peter Pan, the boy who cut off Hook’s arm and fed it to the crocodile (MONTROUS LITTLE BOY). They decide to kidnap the new arrival, Wendy, and use her to lure “Pan” to his death.

Wendy has cooked up a wonderful imaginary dinner for the Lost Boys. She retires to her Wendy house and receives a visit from Tiger Lily, chief of the Natives, who warns her of Hook’s plan to kidnap her. Too late, though, for moments later they have both been captured by pirates and dragged off to the ship – all witnessed by a delighted Tink. Hook is equally thrilled, but his joy turns to terror when he hears the dreaded ‘tick-tock’ of the clock inside the crocodile’s stomach. Only another victim (the pirate, Cecco) saves Hook from an untimely death (TICK TOCK CROCODILE).

In their camp, the Natives celebrate the Earth and all it provides for them (MOTHER EARTH). With dawn approaching, they worry that Tiger Lily has not returned. They decide to confront the Lost Boys. Meanwhile, the Lost Boys realise that Wendy, too, is missing. Peter interrogates a guilty-looking Tink and learns that the pirates have kidnapped both of them. Tink is ashamed of herself for keeping this secret and vows to turn things around (BELIEVE IN ME).

Hook decides that Tiger Lily is one prisoner too many. He sends his least competent pirates, Jukes and Starkey, with instructions to kill her and dump her body in the lake. Needless to say, they fail. Peter and Tink rescue Tiger Lily which unites the Lost Boys and the Natives (LET'S BEAT THE PIRATES). All that is left is to rescue Wendy, defeat the pirates and ensure that Hook ends up firmly in the jaws of the hungry crocodile.

With the mission accomplished and Wendy relieved to be free, she recognises that it is time to be getting home (GOODBYE TO NEVERLAND). Upon arrival at the nursery, the window is still open and Mrs Darling is overjoyed at the return of her children. Nevertheless, even she is surprised when the Lost Boys enter up the stairs, seeking a real mother of their own. Only Peter remains outside, destined to stay young forever in his beloved Neverland (PETER PAN IS MISSING).

Song Samples

Nobody Wants To Grow Old
Higher And Higher
Here In Neverland
Monstrous Little Boy
Tick-Tock Crocodile
Mother Earth
Believe In Me
Let’s Beat The Pirates
Goodbye To Neverland
Peter Pan Is Missing


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