All About Love assembly in celebration of Royal Wedding
All About Love assembly in celebration of Royal Wedding was the second assembly I wrote with the Royal Wedding in mind. The first – entitled Royal Wedding Assembly – could equally have been entitled A Quick Gallop Through The English Monarchy – as it is just that! This assembly comes with a complete listing of the kings and queens of England, from Anglo-Saxon times right up to our present queen – with an description of how our current royal family is made up.
All About Love is a short light-hearted look at the subject of love – reading time around 10 minutes but a performance of 30 minutes plus could be created with the addition of suggested list of 16 classic love songs!
Cast of 30 – this number easily adjusted up or down.
All About Love assembly Sample text:
Narrator: (To Child 25) No doubt you’ve heard
Child 25: The quickest way to a man’s heart is through his belly?
Narrator: Don’t believe everything you hear!
(To Child 24) Life isn’t always like they’d have us believe in Hollywood, you know!
(To Child 23, holding up book so audience can see the title – ‘Book of Fairy Tales’) And the same can be said of those fairy tales!
(To Child 17 – 22) And as for you uncouth lot! There’s nothing wrong with being
Child 17 – 22: (Together) Number one fans!
Narrator: But maybe try and learn some manners along the way?
(To Child 12 – 16) And as for you! (Turning and pointing to Boy Band: Child 8 – 11)
Take a look! (Giving each boy a pinch, each squealing in turn) Oh my goodness! They’re human! Not demi-gods at all!
(To Child 6 & 7) And as for you – slaves to fashion! The world isn’t going to treat you any differently – just because you’re wearing the latest off the catwalk! Save your money and spend it on things that matter!
Child 5: Like chocolate!
Narrator: (Exploding) No! Not like chocolate!
Child 4: Like the finer things in life? Nothing like a
Narrator: (Interrupting, impatiently) No! I don’t even mean tea!
Music 3 National Anthem
Child 3: (Saluting) To Queen and Country!
Narrator: Now that’s more like it! (Sighing) However did we stray so far off the subject?