Goodnight Mr Hitler - A humorous playscript about WWII evacuees
If you are doing WWII as a topic, you will look at evacuees at some point. This comic script depicts bizarre and eccentric villagers debating whether to take evacuees from the big City into their homes. A bit like 12 angry men, the whole lot are eventually brought round by the lone voice of sanity, the billeting officer. Set at Christmas but could be used any time. A good solo singer could make it really effective.
This can be used as a class assembly, theatre sketch or as part of a larger review, or as a stimulus for your own classroom debate about evacuees.
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Created: Feb 10, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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