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Into Da Endz

2022 Production in Lewisham & Woolwich

Into Da Endz

About Us

Who We Are


Sing a Book, a community interest company, was founded in 2014 to engage and develop children’s understanding of stories using the medium of original songs linked to books and musical theatre. 

Sing a Book provides a range of services to schools and communities that includes workshops, theatrical productions and merchandise.  Our theatre productions teaches about black history and broadens children’s knowledge of its link to British history, while promoting diversity and community cohesion. Our workshops and after-school clubs are now well established in a growing number of schools and educational establishments and they have been proven to raise pupils’ confidence, whilst improving their public speaking and writing skills.

It is our mission at Sing a Book to produce new and innovative workshops, theatrical productions and merchandise of the highest quality that are fun, engaging and encourages children to develop their creative skills and become life-long learners who make positive contributions to their communities.

Don’t just read it! Sing it!

What We Do

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Sing a Book theatre productions are developed from original screenplays written by Evadne Bygrave and Pete Tidy, containing original songs composed and written by Evadne Bygrave and Michael Fuller.

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Sing a Book produces a wide range of fun workshops and other activities for teacher CPDs and children’s after-school clubs that help engage learning and develops inference skills.

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We offer a wide range of educational and support resources including workbooks, CDs, DVDs and other products that can be used in conjunction with the workshops or on a stand-alone basis.

Our Skills

What We Do

Improvisation Coach
Improvisation Coach
Drama Coach
Drama Coach
Music Production
Music Production
Song-writing Workshops
Song-writing Workshops


What We Offer

Intergeneration and youth musical theatre productions

Literacy-led singing and songwriting workshops

After School Drama Book Club

Holiday Club Drama and Singing Workshops

Our Team

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Founder, CEO and Executive Creative Director

Evadne Bygrave has worked in challenging primary and secondary London schools and abroad for over 20 years with a range of experience from Assistant Head Teacher, curriculum developer to student Life Coach and mentor.

Her wide-ranging experience, including working with reluctant readers, helps her…

Director, specialising in improvisation and script writing

Pete Tidy taught in nursery, infant, junior, primary, secondary and special schools for 25 years, specialising in English, Drama, P.E., PSHCE, French & SEND. Subsequently, as Creative Director of Primary Colours, he devised, directed and performed Theatre-in-Education for audiences aged 3-16, performing to over…

Business Affairs Director

Michael is a UK-based entertainment lawyer and music business consultant. He has worked in the music industry since 1996 enjoying successful stints at Island Records and the Association of Independent Music (AIM), a music business trade association that represents independent record labels.

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From our Audience, Parents and Participants

“A wonderful telling of the inaccuracies of history with great songs. The importance of the contribution of African and Caribbean people is a vital thing to remember.”

Audience 1

Love the songs, well done singers. Glad to hear about history and how it was recorded.

Audience 2

Outstanding script, great black history…

Audience 3

Has given my daughter confidence and self-belief. It has allowed her the opportunity to form friendships and skills.

Parent 1

Amna loves being on stage. Anisa was a complete surprise. She is reticent with adults, so to see her speak out loud on stage was a revelation. I think she will have gained a lot of confidence from this experience.

Parent 2

Both girls have grown in confidence and have learnt and acknowledged their black history.

Parent 3

My favourite part was taking part and doing the singing and acting.

Participant 1

I liked it because it was about [confidence], it is Ok to be different.

Participant 2

My favourite part: Kids growing up in confidence.

Participant 3


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