Wiz Wham Alakazam
  • Wiz Wham Alakazam
  • Wiz Wham Alakazam

Wiz Wham Alakazam

By Niki Davies

Ages 5-9

Duration 40 mins
Main Roles 30
Cast Size 20-70
Ideal Cast Size 40

Step inside Sun Castle, a busy, bustling, magical place, where wizards of every race, creed, colour and temperament live and work happily together. Well, for the most part. But when the sun suddenly goes out, and the Ice Creatures begin to surface, they realise that they are facing a challenge of life-changing proportions.

Can they put aside their differences and work together? Will they recognise that everybody has an important part to play? Are they prepared to listen to the right people, or merely to those with the loudest voices?

With eight wonderful, original songs, a captivating script and a story which illuminates numerous PSHE topics and the nature of British Values, ‘Wiz Wham Alakazam’ is a musical of truly magical proportions.

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

For a little extra, the editable WORD version of this script is also available when purchased alongside the Book/CD pack and a performance licence. 

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"I loved the songs here and I was already imagining how we would stage them whilst listening to the soundtrack.' Music Teacher Magazine

"A great musical for Years 3 & 4 to have a lot of fun with while learning important lessons about co-operation and celebrating difference." Music Teacher Magazine 

  • 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 pupils and staff. Our licences are simple - one price allows you to perform the show as many times as you like during a twelve month period.

Filming/Streaming Licence: If you plan to film your performance and manufacture DVDs for distribution, stream content on an internet site or 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.


First and foremost, ‘Wiz Wham Alakazam’ is an accessible, dramatic and thought-provoking story which will interest and entertain any young cast of performers. Equally, it is a play very much conceived to tackle key elements of the PSHE curriculum and the features of British Values. Teamwork, Celebrating Differences, Self-Worth, Staying Safe and Healthy, Developing Talents, Society, Democracy, British Law; all of these topics, so vital for the growth and development of children, are explored in a fun, dynamic and entertaining way, providing the perfect platform for further classroom study and discussion, not to mention helping teachers to tick a few Ofsted boxes!

With eight perfectly pitched songs, engaging characters and an endearing script, not to mention a host of additional resources and activities for use in the classroom, ‘Wiz Wham Alakazam’ is ideally suited to 5-9 year olds and comes with CD/Backing Tracks as well as the piano/vocal score.


The wizards of Sun Castle are all very different, but they nonetheless get on and generally work well together. One thing is for sure – they are certainly always busy (TEAMWORK). And what a motley crew they are, so different to each other and with so many different talents (WIZARD SINGERS), even if, like Wizard Notyet, some are not sure about what theirs might be. But their differences are what makes life interesting, and the wizards all like and respect each other for them (LIVING IN HARMONY).

Then, one seemingly ordinary day, the sun is a little dimmer than usual. Of course, nobody really notices. After all, they are used to cloudy conditions. But when it continues to darken, some of them begin to get worried. Worried enough, that is, to ask the Chief Wizard to sort it out, like he always does. Unfortunately, his Shine Spell has very little impact, and the castle becomes decidedly chillier. Suddenly, menacing Ice Creatures appear through the cracks in the stone walls of the castle (ICE CREATURES). They are driven back by the wizards, but vow to return with a vengeance.

The wizards meet to discuss Plan B – the Solar Booster Plan – which requires everyone to demonstrate their well-rehearsed talents to the sun in the hope of impressing it enough to brighten. Despite the best efforts of the wizard singers (SHINE), unfortunately not everyone commits to their practising and, to their horror, the sun goes out and all is dark (THE SUN’S GONE OUT).

At first the wizards panic, but gradually panic turns to resolve. They all gather together once again to consider the options. The only proposal which anyone thinks might work is the dreaded and dangerous Sun Spell. A vote is held, and a motion carried that the Sun Spell will be undertaken. But then the wizards cannot find the Ancient Book of Spells. Seizing their opportunity, the Ice Creatures return (ICE CREATURES – REPRISE) whilst everyone is hunting for the book. Just in time, Wizard Notyet discovers her purpose and finds the book. With the tension obvious, the Sun Spell is performed (WIZARDS OF THE SUN). As the Ice Creatures begin to grow and multiply, suddenly the spell takes effect and the sun reignites. The defeated Ice Creatures melt back into the shadows and the overjoyed wizards celebrate the results of their wonderful teamwork (TEAM WIZARD).

Script Samples

Scene Four

Scene Six


Character List

Named Wizards Named Councillor Wizards Additional Characters
Chief Wizard Councillor Hocus Narrator 1
Jokeapart Councillor Pocus Narrator 2
Notyet Councillor Abra Narrator 3
Potfuss Councillor Cadabra Narrator 4
Piggledy Councillor Hey Narrator 5
Wanda Councillor Presto Wizards 1-8
Dreamlight Councillor Izzy Ice Creatures 1-6
Higgledy Councillor Whizzy Wizard Singers
Hubble Councillor Sim Young Wizards
Brainstorm Councillor Sala Wizard Gymnasts 1-6
Breezebright Councillor Bim Wizard Dancers 1-6

Song Samples

Title Listen
The Sun's Gone Out
Ice Creatures
Wizard Singers
Living In Harmony
Wizards Of The Sun
Team Wizard


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Kerry Bratt
Wizards and Ice Creatures - what's not to love

We have just done Whiz Wham Alakazam with 92 Year 2&3 boys. They have really enjoyed working on it and performed it with energy and smiles.
The songs are simple and catchy - quite wordy but our boys coped well and sounded beautiful.

Lots of characters and easy to adapt to bigger numbers. Narrator driven narrative.

It actually runs at 45/50 mins.

The parents raved about it and the headteacher's response - "What a cracking play!"

£ 34.95
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