Beautiful Brading Assembly

£12.99

Beautiful Brading Assembly

This script provides a brief overview of Brading history, including the oldest building on the Island, a fish, dragon, bull, Roman Villa and of course, the wonderful RSPB Brading marshlands.

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Beautiful Brading Assembly

Beautiful Brading Assembly script provides a brief overview of Brading history, including the oldest building on the Island, a fish, dragon, bull, Roman Villa and of course, the wonderful RSPB Brading marshlands.

Cast of 30 – easily adapted to any other number/size of cast

Narrator plus Speakers 1 – 29

Duration: Around 20 minutes – again, easily adapted to a shorter time – by taking out some of the information – or a longer time by adding more information in.

I can also provide a guided walk around the town (on which this script is actually based) as this is where I live! Just drop me a line and/or visit www.sues-walks-isle-of-wight.co.uk

Sample Text

Narrator:             OK. So, who’s going to start us off? How about we start with the name.

Speaker 5:           That’s easy! Brading!

Narrator:             (Sighing heavily) And? Where did the name come from?

Speaker 6:           Brading came from the ancient name Brerdynge

Speaker 7:           Which means, the people living by the ridge of the Downs.

Narrator:         (Applauding) Very good! And how long has Brading been around?

Speaker 8:           According to this, around as far back as 6000 BC!

Narrator:             Wow! Nearly as old as me!

Speaker 9:           If you say so! We learnt all about the Romans when we visited the Roman Villa.

Narrator:             Just up the road from here, correct?

Speaker 10:         It was the best school trip we’ve ever had!

Speaker 11:         Those Romans were amazing! Shame they didn’t stick around for longer!

Speaker 12:         Coz then it was the turn of those other invaders, the Vikings!

Speaker 13:         We sent them packing at that Battle of Brading Haven in AD 897.

Speaker 14:         But then there were the Jutes and Anglo Saxons!

Speaker 15:         And worse was to come!

Speaker 16:         Three quarters of the Island’s population were mercilessly slaughtered because they disagreed with a saint.

Narrator:             A saint? Surely not?

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