Eurovision Song Contest 2024 Assembly

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Eurovision Song Contest 2024 Assembly

It’s that time of year again! Get ready for the funniest show on earth! (Does anyone really take it seriously?!)

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Eurovision Song Contest 2023 Assembly

It’s that time of year again! Get ready for the funniest show on earth! (Does anyone really take it seriously?!) This assembly gives a quick chronological run through past winners … and losers! How can, for example, the UK get it so right … and yet so desperately wrong! A light-hearted coverage of all UK-winning songs (and runners-up) plus such greats as Abba. The song list is memorable – for all the right reasons!

Cast size 30 – easily adaptable up or down. Duration: 15 – 30 minutes (depending on the number of songs chosen)

Sample Text

Music 11 Bucks Fizz – Making Your Mind Up

(Whole cast plus ‘Bucks Fizz representative sings song)

UK:                   Winners again! Has that helped make your mind up? Isn’t it all about winning?

Narrator:         (Firmly) No. There’s no question in my mind that it’s actually all about taking part – not just winning.

(To Judge) Don’t you agree?

Judge:              Oh! Absolutely!

Narrator:         Though there are times when you might wonder whether certain countries actually want to win?

Judge:              Well, with song titles like ‘Why Do I Always Get it Wrong?’

Narrator:         Good grief! Whoever came up with that one?

UK:                   The United Kingdom!

Judge:              And ‘One Step Out of Time’.

Narrator:         Who was that?

UK:                   UK again!

Judge:              And ‘Don’t Play that Song Again’.

Narrator:         Don’t tell me…

UK:                   Yes, us again!

Judge:              And ‘Cry Baby’.

Narrator:         Seriously?

UK:                   (Head in hands) That was the year we scored ‘Nil points!’

Narrator:         (In disbelief) Who writes these lyrics?

UK:                   Well, we did get it a bit wrong with ‘That Sounds Good to Me’! Sadly it didn’t to anyone else and we came last again!

 

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