What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘dragon’?
Fearsome fire breathing terrors from the skies just waiting to burn entire villages to the ground?
Vain and greedy gold loving villains sleeping in caves just waiting to turn thieves to toast?
Or maybe gentle giants who love nothing better than smelling flowers, reciting poetry, and singing sweet soppy love songs?
Luckily for our hero Sam it’s the final kind of dragon they stumble across living in a cave high on a hill overlooking the village. Luckily for the lonely dragon, Sam is also a big fan of flowers, poetry and sweet soppy love songs. But unluckily for both of them, Sam forgets to keep their new friend a secret and soon the terrified villagers are demanding immediate action to eradicate the fire-breathing terror from their territory.
When an undefeated dragon-slayer arrives looking for Sam’s new best friend, it’s up to Sam to find a way to make everyone understand not all dragons are dangerous before it’s too late.
Featuring more soppy sonnets and songs than ever before, this hilarious and interactive adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s classic story will have your students (and teachers) laughing and thinking about the value of friendship, kindness, solving problems without fighting and not judging dragons by their covers.