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Ivan the Dog Boy - ScriptHow the Thingy Got Its Wotsit

Just a Video - KS4 / GCSE Script
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Just a Video - KS4 / GCSE Script

( Clive Hulme )
Price: £17.50

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Performance Licence: Band A - See Here


About the Resource


This is an original script for GCSE Unit 3 (Edexcel). It is equally suitable for BTEC performance, for AQA Unit 2 Acting option, youth club or as part of a performance evening.

The script is written for three girls and two boys, but could be adapted for any combination of genders, as long as there is at least one female actor.

Jenny hasn't been at the school long. But in her short time she has made good friends with Lilleth, Aisha, Dippo and especially Tiggsy. But Tiggsy has done something - completely innocently - which puts everything in jeopardy. There are several messages in the play, including one about internet safety which would make it ideal for performance to other students.

Combining physicality and humour, sadness and a Chinese buffet, in this resource you get:

-  a 23-page script (25 mins);

- three music files (including the one you are listening to now) and one other fx sound file;

- notes for the teacher.

The play needs no set, no furniture, two teddy bears, a banana, a dressing gown and some mobile phones. Lighting would be nice but isn't essential.

A free script sample is available by clicking here.

If the play is performed to an "outside" audience (i.e. anyone other than  students and staff from your own establishment) then a Performance Licence is needed, whether an admission charge is made or not. See here.

 

About the Author

Clive Hulme is the owner of this site. He was a visiting examiner for GCSE.

tags: Edexcel, physical, physicality, funny, exam, ensemble, script, edexcel,consequences


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In Stock: 50




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