COSTUMES

January 14, 2020 11:15 am Published by

  SHOW – VENUE THEATRE, RATOATH, SUNDAY 8TH MAY, 2022

JUN/SEN INFANTS should arrive for the show dressed as a TROLL. They can be any character they want from the musical. Some parents like to buy a costume but you don’t have to go to any expense.  Just any bright colours, hair looking a bit mad (lots of pigtails, bobbins, ribbons,  boys can wear gel, tutu’s, shorts, skirts, tops, coloured socks and shoes). You can google Troll costumes for ideas.

THIS SECTION IS JUST FOR THE OLDER CHILDREN 1ST-6TH CLASS.   They should arrive wearing black/purple/grey/brown leggins/track suit bottoms, skirts, dresses, tops for DESCENDENTS.  (Again, look at Descendents for ideas) They should be as thin as possible because the stage is very warm. Underneath the black, they should wear coloured costume because they will be taking off the black for TROLLS.   Please do not bring anything extra to the dressing room as every year clothes go missing.  Please put their names clearly on the costumes.  Clothes disappear every year so be warned.

BASICALLY WITH HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS, CHILDREN CANNOT UNDRESS BACKSTAGE so that is why we have one costume over the other.

The running of the shows is:-

DESCENDENTS – OLDER CLASS- (they go off to remove DESCENDENT costume and their TROLL costume is underneath)

Jun/Sen infants arrive on stage in their TROLL costumes for ‘FRIEND LIKE ME’ while the older classes are changing.  They stay on and the older classes join them for TROLLS.

The show will be approximately 40-50 mins long.  Each school has their own individual show.

Tickets can be bought at the door.  Adults €15  Children and OAP’s €5.

TIMES ARE AS FOLLOWS:-

12 – 12.45PM.        ST. PATRICK’S, DISWELLSTOWN

1.15 – 2PM              MOUNT SACKVILLE, CHAPELIZOD

2.30 – 3.15PM        ST. BRIGID’S, CASTLEKNOCK

3.45PM                   ST. PATRICK’S, CHAPELIZOD

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