Travel Show School Assembly Play
Travel Show School Assembly Play is primary school assembly play sets out the pluses and minuses of travel – praps a good one to read before you decide on your destination (or indeed on whether to ‘take a break’ at all!)
I have just added another script entitled Airport Assemby which, as the title suggests, focuses on one particular mode of transport – namely flying. It covers all the ‘steps’ encountered by passengers prior to boarding – plus a brief explanation around the diverse roles of airport staff – plus a surprise appearance by a Mr. Tom Cruise!
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Cast of 20 young actors (numbers easily adjustable up or down). Duration 10 – 20 minutes.
Cast of 20
Narrator (Holiday Show Host)
Child 1 – 10
Travel Guide 1: England
Travel Guide 2: Scotland
Travel Guide 3: Wales
Travel Guide 4: France
Travel Guide 5: Spain
Travel Guide 6: Australia
3 Guards at Buckingham Palace (can double as flamenco dancers)
Music 1 – Holiday – Madonna
Narrator: Good morning and welcome to our Holiday Show Assembly!
(Whole cast cheers)
Narrator: As you would expect, we have plenty of tips about going on holiday. Like
Child 1: (Interrupting) Don’t!
Narrator: (Incredulously) I beg your pardon? What kind of nonsense is this? How can you not want to go on holiday?
Child 1: (Thoughtfully) Hmm, now, let’s see. Well, there’s the small matter of actually getting there!
Child 2: Hours of misery! Waiting at the airport, stuck in traffic jams
Child 3: Queues! Delays!
Child 4: (Sarcastically) Oh what joy!
Child 5: And then there’s the weather
Child 6: You either freeze to death because you assumed it would be hot – and it’s not! You didn’t pack any jumpers or raincoats and guess what? It pours with rain the whole time you’re away!
Child 7: Or you burn alive! I mean, why didn’t anyone think to tell me that watching ‘X Factor’ is no protection against the sun?
(Everyone groans and shake their heads in disbelief)