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Nativity charms audiences

Posted Mon 8th January 2018 at 09:55

Alderney's youngest school children charmed audiences with their Christmas nativity play this week.

A Bedtime Story told the traditional tale of the birth of Jesus in a manger, punctuated with a string of upbeat songs.

The many shepherd, king, angel costumes and the set featuring the skyline of Bethlehem were once more called into service - still going strong after at least a decade.

All 80 or so primary school pupils took part in the show and it is being watched by older school pupils, visitors from the Connaught Care Home, teachers and parents over three days this week.

Gill Costello, who has directed the Christmas production for 14 years, was once again responsible for the success of the show. "It's quite a simple show this year as we could only begin production around three weeks ago, after the school inspection was completed. It's always a challenge getting everything done it such a short time. But the children were excellent - all of them remembered their lines. It's always worthwhile and lovely for families to see their little ones on stage - it marks the start of Christmas for us."


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