Welcome to

The Rainbow's Child


A project derived from the eco-fantasy stage musical adventure called


THE RAINBOW’S CHILD is a concept devised and developed by author-composer. Rexleigh Bunyard. It is based on her stage musical script, lyrics and music of the same name, copyright-protected by DALRO.

The original eco-fantasy concept hinges on the highly accessible music which conveys ecological fantasy themes, outlined through creature and human characters within the original storyline, and/or shorter stories derived from this concept utilising selected characters.

Meet the creator behind the concept


Rexleigh holds a D.Mus in Composition from the University of Pretoria, a Diplome Superieur d’Execution from the Ecole Normale in Paris, France and M.Mus and B.Mus (Cum Laude) degrees in music from the University of Cape Town. 

She taught music at Roedean school, Parktown, Johannesburg for 22 years, worked as a lecturer and  musical director of musicals, a conductor of new compositions and external examiner at Universities of the Witwatersrand and Pretoria, and currently resides in the UK, where she freelances and is self-employed.

Her work includes steering and managing an arts-in-service of community non-profit organisation called Requiem for the Living (RFTL) which takes its ethos and name from one of her doctoral compositions.         

Her websites at www.entheoscreations.com and www.rexleigh.com attest to her interdisciplinary activities from the planning phases through to finished aesthetic products, which are her research, scholarly and      artistic contributions to the international musical platform, and in some cases, commercial platforms.                             Rexleigh is currently developing an animated movie and educational games                                                                    from the material of The Rainbow’s Child.


The Rainbow’s Child is licensed to RFTL (Requiem for the Living) NPO, a tax exempt Public Benefit Organisation (under Sections 10 and 18A), which administers humanitarian and arts-in-service-of-community initiatives.

DONATIONS to RFTL NPO support PBO (number: 930059919) initiatives in the education, health and environmental sectors.

Donors are eligible to receive tax deductible receipts:  please email www.reqliving.org@gmail.com in this regard.