Class Play on Spain

Class Play on Spain
Class Play on Spain
Class Play on Spain
Class Play on Spain
Class Play on Spain
Class Play on Spain
Class Play on Spain
Class Play on Spain
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Spanish Class Play
Cast of 25 plus, duration 10-15 mins. This class play on Spain is one of a *set Sue Russell has written on different countries (Great Britain, England, Scotland, Wales, Holland, Australia, France, Spain, Malta, India, Africa)
It celebrates all things Spanish and is a tribute to the country - its people and culture, as celebrated in Hispanic Heritage Month Sept – October, starring a rather 'full of himself' Christopher Columbus and some seriously crazy Pamplona bull runners!
Written for 7 – 11 year olds.
Another script is available for the lower age range of 5 – 7. This latter is another class play on Great Explorers, key starring roles going to Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong.
Available off TpT and
(Spanish words in emboldened print)
Music 1 National Anthem ‘Marcha Real'
Narrator: Good Morning
Whole Cast: Buenos dias!
Narrator: And welcome to our assembly on
Whole Cast: Espana!
Narrator: As you may have gathered, we have been finding out a bit about the wonderful country of Spain. Its language:
Whole cast: (Counting together, using fingers): Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, nueve, diez.
Narrator: Its geography:
Child 1: (Holding up map of Europe) Spain is in the south west of Europe.
Child 2: (Holding up map of Spain and bordering countries): To the west is Portugal, to the north is France and Andorra, and to the south is North Africa.
Child 3: Some cities on the north coast of Africa are Spanish - and some islands too, such as the Canary Islands and Balearic Islands.
Child 4: The capital of Spain is Madrid
(Child 5 in football gear with Real Madrid scarf/banner runs across stage)
Child 6: With Raul of Real Madrid one of the nation's great heroes!
Narrator: (Coughing) Hmm! Returning to Spanish culture - let's hear it for Spain's literaryheroes.
Child 7: Miguel de Cervantes. He wrote the great Don Quixote - what adventures hehad, trying to put the world's wrongs to rights!
Narrator: And let's not forget those amazing artists
Child 8: (Holding up painting) Salvador Dali - weird but wonderful!
Child 9: (Holding up painting) Pablo Picasso - I think you could say the same for me!
Narrator: (Pointing at Picasso) The master of cubism! And that huge painting - Guernica - that he did of the Spanish Civil War!
Child 9: Indeed. My paintings may have made me famous for my ‘funny faces' - all lopsided with noses in the wrong places! But Guernica showed the serious side of my work - the terrible destruction brought about by war.
Narrator: And nobody will ever forget the suffering of that Spanish Civil War. But Spain is now a much happier place, with a parliamentary monarch
Child 10: Juan Carlos the first
Narrator: And
(Flamenco dancers line up on stage and perform flamenco routine)
Music 2 Flamenco music
Narrator: (Applauding) Thank you. That was magnificent.
(Enter Matador, performing elaborate bull-fighting movements with cloak)
Narrator: And of course, the brave matador - thankfully minus bull today!
(Enter Christopher Columbus, strutting around, looking important)
Narrator: And who might you be?
Columbus: (Incredulously) Who? Me? You mean, you really need to ask?
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