Born This Night… Donkey and Star Shine in the Nativity Play

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‘Born This Night’ was the Key Stage 1 children’s play at Sacred Heart School this year which was performed to parents and family last week at the Christchurch Centre.  The Donkey played by Dorian Bednarczuk acted his character brilliantly and the surprise for the audience was the star played by Toby Roberts who suddenly appeared from behind the pulpit – a magical moment. There was beautiful singing from everyone and a special mention should go to the Year 2 children who sang solo using microphones for the first time.

Five star show… and probably not a dry eye in the house.

 

 

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