P1-3 - Please arrive 30 minutes before the show starts, in order to get into costume! (5.30pm for the evening shows and the rehearsal on Thursday/1.30pm for the afternoon shows). The run time is approx 1hour and 45 mins.
Bring £1 if you would like to buy interval ice-cream at the special performers price.
To help with costumes, please bring the following items:- Boys - Long trousers (any colour), black gym shoes and a long or short sleeve shirt or plain t-shirt (any colour). If you have plain knee length socks, please wear them. If not don't worry - we'll provide them!
Girls:- A plain t-shirt or blouse (any colour) and black gym shoes, with plain ankle or knee socks or tights. Everything else will be provided.
Everyone:- if you have wooly hats, flat caps, scarves and gloves that you can use for the carol singing and street scenes, please bring them too - but make sure your name is on them!!!
Hair - Boys - just natural or gelled down with a parting
Hair - Girls - anything at all that lets us see your face clearly - ringlets, buns, bunches, top layer scooped back or sides back in clasps are all perfect!!
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