Free Christmas Play Scripts

christmas-manger Free Christmas Play ScriptsThis list of links to free Christmas and Nativity play scripts is great for schools and Church groups.

Free online Christmas scripts are hard to locate and many of the organisations hosting or linking to them have difficult-to-navigate websites. It can be a bit of a minefield, so be patient when searching.

All scripts linked to in this list are completely free to download and perform. Share this post with a friend or colleague.

List updated November 8, 2016.

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Justin Cash is an experienced high school drama teacher in Melbourne, Australia. He is passionate about drama education and blogging. Justin firmly believes drama is the most valuable subject a young person can study at school, and that drama teaching is the best job in the world!
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33 comments on “Free Christmas Play Scripts

  1. ware is the script

  2. Follow the links in the post above to the websites with play scripts.

  3. Where is the Script !!

  4. This is very difficult to follow

  5. Frank, I have updated the list of links in this post. Hopefully the new list of websites is a bit easier to follow than the previous one.

    • why it so difficult to access your free script it is definately too hard get is it ascam

      • I have been through all 21 websites linked to from this page and as far as I can see all links are working, O’Neil. If a useful website with Christmas play scripts disappeared from the web, I have found it in the Way Back Machine web archive. This may take a little longer to load in the browser and there may be the odd dead link there. Also, occasionally a website linked to from here can have their own external links which sometimes go dead. But as far as I can see, everything is working. Is it possible you are accidentally clicking Google Ad links (or similar) on the linked websites and not the REAL links to free Christmas play scripts? No scam here, O’Neill. Only quality 🙂

  6. you guys are wierd

  7. Dear Sir,

    you are hereby praise and congratulates for your good kids play written….. In connection to this am asking you to write me a play for my kids in class……i want to introduce them into dram play since it is a new school……..i would like the play title to be EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS.

    thanks and remain blessed

  8. Thank you for this 🙂 God bless you.

  9. wer z the script????? idiots

  10. Thanks for placing a link to our site. You can read “The Nativity” here: http://www.kidsinco.com/2008/12/the-nativity/

  11. makijaż do pracy

    January 5, 2015 at 5:53 pm Reply

    Great post.

  12. kindly write a script of story”Three Magi” , because I want ot prepare a drama for christmas

  13. Amazing scripts I love them

  14. Help I have lost part of the play I want my Sunday school class to present. It is a bout Herod and the 3 Magi

  15. unu di stupid. where de drama script kwanu?

  16. where is the script

  17. Justin, you’ve provided a great resource, thank you.

  18. i love scripts so i have decied to try this

  19. Lmfao got it!!!

  20. Cant find the script, whats wrong?

  21. Justin, i dont like been redirected to other links . Just make your script easy to find if its really free. God bless.

    • Splendid, please take the time to read the post before you comment about it. There are no scripts of mine here. There are only a collection of external links to other websites. This is clearly stated in the introduction. You are not being “redirected” to other links – it is a suggested list of where to find some free Christmas play scripts on the web. Every website linked to has scripts on it. Try Google if you are not happy. But good luck, because trawling through Google for these is a nightmare. Hence the point of this post in the first place. God bless. Splendid!

  22. Hi Justin,

    Your blog is absolutely amazing!!

    I am a highschool teacher on a deadline to create a play for our Christmas Carol and your blog is “a sight for my sore eyes”.

    Thank you and keep it up!!!!!

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