Artwork of King Arthur's silhouette holding a sword and walking out of a cave towards a colourful body of water. Text above reads: The Power of Camelot.

British Youth Music Theatre present

The Power of Camelot

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Experience the magic of the mythical land of Camelot in this brand-new musical! 

Inspired by the ancient mythologies of Wales, Ireland, Scotland and the West Country, The Power of Camelot revisits the iconic legend of King Arthur and the kingdom of Camelot. 

Flash forward to 2024, meet Morgan, who’s been tasked with an epic quest to find the source of Camelot’s power, redeem her family name, and stop a band of evil knights from getting there first. When she teams up with an unlikely band of guardians, can they work as a team, or will a dark force rise up to destroy the land of Albion while they bicker? 

In this thrilling tale of monsters, myth, magic and mysticism, get ready for frightening fairies, serenading selkies, gruesome ghosts, and a gaggle of Glastonbury festival-goers. 


BYMT are the largest commissioners of new music theatre in the UK. Their alumni include Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Charlotte Ritchie, Dean Johnson, Grace Mouat, Jamie Muscato, Amara Okereke, Mei Mac and Bradley Jaden 

Cerys Jones (Writer/Lyricist), Ruth Chan (Composer), Rhiann Jeffrey (Director), Ben McQuigg (Musical Director), Krista Vuori (Choreographer)  

BYMT are the largest commissioners of new music theatre in the UK. Their alumni include Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Charlotte Ritchie, Dean Johnson, Grace Mouat, Jamie Muscato, Amara Okereke, Mei Mac and Bradley Jaden 

Age 4+
This performance contains mild threat.

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