An assembly drama/ideas for songs suitable for a class to perform, maybe Years 5 - 7.
The assembly's message is that you don't have to be a superhero to be a hero.
For copyright reasons, I cannot include the music, only the script and suggested music.
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This is a funny script taking around 10 minutes to perform. It is essentially about a knight plucking up the bravery to ask out the prince/princessss. There’s a couple of slightly different versions to choose from and play about with.
It is designed to be performed by 4 main characters and some one line parts for others. Other roles include looking after props and sound/music and performing a rap. Other students may wish to devise a dance set to a song about bravery, thus using as many people as your group allows.
Costumes can be sourced from places such as ebay or scrounged from friends/family! Ask around, you’ll be surprised what people have.
All sound effects provided in this resource are, to the best of my knowledge, royalty free. You are welcome to use the ‘rap’ loop, which I made.
I advise also sourcing: Tudor music, Hall of Fame (by The Script) and/or “Brave” by Sara Bareillies. Evidently not included because of copyright.