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By Hannah O’Hanlon
The children of Dalintober Primary School’s Early Learning Centre (ELC) took an audience of their family and friends on an alphabetical journey through the Christmas nativity story.
The play began: ‘A is for Angel, B is for Baby, C is for Celebrate with Joseph and Mary!’
The young actors took turns in the spotlight according to their roles – angels, stars, shepherds, wise men and, of course, Mary and Joseph – to continue the whole festive alphabet.
Their stellar performances belied their junior years, with every word audible during the 10 songs they learned for the production.
After the nativity, the ELC’s youngest pupils continued the Christmas spirit by taking to the stage wearing Christmas jumpers, hats and boppers to perform some festive tunes.
The school’s P1 to P3 and P4 to P7 pupils put on their own shows on Monday and Tuesday – see next week’s Courier for coverage of those events.
Dalintober ELC’s Mary and Joseph. 50_c51dalelcnat01
Three wee shepherds. 50_c51dalelcnat02
The angels were in fine voice. 50_c51dalelcnat03
The stars were among the performers who shone. 50_c51dalelcnat04
More shepherds, looking after their sheep. 50_c51dalelcnat05
The youngest performers were full of enthusiasm. 50_c51dalelcnat06
The ELC’s youngest members learned all their words. 50_c51dalelcnat07
The pupils who took part in Dalintober ELC’s nativity. 50_c51dalelcnat08
The ELC’s younger children on stage. 50_c51dalelcnat09