Scripts for Special Days
From New Year to Harvest and Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day to Pentecost, Mother’s Day to Trinity Sunday; we have scripts to use again and again. See all available scripts.
How to Grow Carrots on Mars
A drama script for harvest or thanksgiving. Astronaut Alicia is excited at the prospect of trying to grow plants on Mars but gardener Jack thinks the vegetables growing in his garden are miraculous enough!
You See That Every Day
A drama script for Pentecost. In a Jerusalem street something amazing and very dramatic is happening. The bystanders are all astonished – but can even this surprise Audrey and Margaret, two very bored market traders who believe that nothing new ever happens around here?
The Trinity – In Their Own Words
In this quick moving drama script about the Trinity the Father, Son and Holy Spirit speak for themselves and in an enjoyable romp through various Bible references give an idiot-friendly overview of something that is (let’s be honest) inexplicable – one God in three persons.
St. Valentine’s Day Mascara
A drama script about love, for Valentine’s Day. What is love really about? Cara has sent Valentine’s cards to all the boys and is scoring the responses! Meanwhile Naomi has received one card and is so excited she could burst.
My Mother Is
This touchingly funny drama script about children and their mothers can be performed by children of varying ages with almost no rehearsal. The children share some lovely thoughts about their mothers – but reveal a few other things too!
A drama script about New Year and Kazoos! Charlie and Jack are bored but trying to look cool – no need to mention the resolutions made in secret. Then an unlikely pair of angels pass by and decide that these small, secret resolutions are actually a cause for great rejoicing!
God in Your Cupboard
A hilarious drama script for Lent. Charlotte and Lucy want to give something up for Lent and look through the kitchen for inspiration – but then God shows up in a cupboard! And the cupboard isn’t even clean!
A drama script about seeds and weeds. Weed is brash and noisy and Corn struggles to tell him the sad tale of his own family and their demise. The parable of sower and the seeds is given a human and humerous twist as it is re-told from the plants’ point of view. But watch out for the harvest!.