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Listen to two tracks from new DIY musical Saving Christmas

The show is available now – and you can perform it yourself!

Saving Christmas

A new DIY musical, Saving Christmas, is to be released in time for the festive season – and you can have a first listen below!

The show sees a script, score and more sent to at-home performers to try for themselves. It features a story that sees Santa and his elves get ill over Christmas and, as a result, Santa's nerdy child SJ has to oversee the festive period.

The piece, produced by the British Youth Music Theatre, has an idea by Steven Dexter, features a story and book by Dexter and Elliot Davis, music by Jimmy Jewell and lyrics by Davis, with orchestration and music production by Joe Hood.

Simon Callow lends his voice to the experience as Santa, while West End performers Luke Bayer and Kayleigh McKnight will also provide guide vocals to help steer stage success. You can listen to two tunes by McKnight and Bayer below:

The show is available to order now via the British Youth Music Theatre site. Buyers will also receive a script, a score and more to help with their at-home productions.