Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!

Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
Grade Levels
Resource Type
Product Rating
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

596 KB|11 pages
Share
Product Description
Life In a Middle Ages Castle Class Play or Assembly - Banquet, Battle and Joust!
In this class play or assembly, our narrator and student become time travelers to the Middle Ages - in a brief but highly eventful visit to a medieval castle!
Three scenes - Banquet, Joust and Battle - in which our time travelers find themselves participating in ways they could never have imagined!
Cast of 30 - easily adaptable up or down; duration around 15 - 20 minutes.
Sample Text:
Squire: Here you are! (Looking at ‘crowd’) Best not keep this lot waiting!
(Loud cheer from the crowd)
Narrator: Waiting? What for?
Squire: Why, you of course! You must know how much the crowd love jousts?
Toby: Jousts?
(Squire presents Narrator and Toby with a lance)
Narrator: Oh no! No! You see, there’s been a mistake!
Toby: (Holding up lance) Yes. I mean, we don’t know one end of this pole from the other!
Squire: (Laughing) Oh you and your little jokes!
Narrator: No, that was the last scene.
Toby: There’s nothing funny about us two being brave knights! I mean, we’re not! Brave, that is!
Squire: (Patting heads reassuringly) Oh, I see! It’s just a case of pre-jousting nerves. Now, take a deep breath
Narrator: No, you don’t understand! We
(Loud cheer goes up from waiting crowd)
Squire: Now, come along! We can’t keep this lot waiting! We’ll have a riot on our hands if you don’t start soon!
Toby: But we don’t know what to do!
Squire: (Taking lance) Here! Hold it like this and just charge at each other on horseback! Nothing to it!
Narrator & Toby: (Exclaiming together) What?
Another script is available from TpT and www.plays-r-ussell.com entitled Castles and Knights but this is more for Key Stage I (younger children 5 – 7 years old) even though it is suggested it could be adapted to Key Stage II (7 – 11-year-olds). There is also a script entitled St. George and the Dragon which is suitable for Key Stage I.

Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
Report this Resource
Loading...
$18.00
Digital Download
avatar

Susan Russell

243 Followers
Follow
More products from Susan Russell
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up