SCHOOL ON STAGE!

Bray People - - NEWS -

ROALD DAHL'S Snow White And The Seven Jock­eys pan­tomime was per­formed by pupils of St Cro­nan's School be­fore they fin­ished for their Christ­mas hol­i­days.

They raised €1,380 from the con­cert and the raf­fle, and the money will be do­nated to St Vin­cent de Paul and the Five Loaves.

Mr Vance's class and Ms Healy's class put on two shows: a mati­nee for all the other pupils in the school and an evening show for par­ents, grand­par­ents and friends.

‘ The boys have worked ex­tremely hard over the last month get­ting ready for the pro­duc­tion,' said Ms Healy. ‘ There are nearly 60 chil­dren in­volved in the cast, and there has been an aw­ful lot of cos­tumes to be made and lines to be learned! We would really like to thank all of the par­ents who put such time and ef­fort into the cos­tumes.'

Mr Vance added that there was huge sup­port for the show. Robert Byrne from Video Plan pro­vided a screen and pro­jec­tor, while Al Mor­ris of Bal­ly­waltrim Com­mu­nity Cen­tre loaned the school a stage.

This is the sixth year in which St Cro­nan's has put on such a large pan­tomime per­for­mance along with the other class na­tiv­ity plays.

Óisín Hayde and Robert Mo­ran.

Cian But­ler Shortt.

Ruairi Kil­cullen and Josh Bar­nett.

Luke Kenny.

Conor Mul­van­ney.

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