January 14, 2020 11:15 am Published by


JUN/SEN INFANTS should arrive for the show in their school uniform (for Matilda) with black leggings, and a black top underneath their uniform (for Annie).  Please keep old school uniforms because we want them to look worn, torn, shabby, rebellious (they can write slogans on them ‘school’s out’ etc) They can wear boots, fingerless gloves, hats, bandanas (that won’t fall off so should be clipped on) Hair can be tossed, they can wear jewellery, make-up, glitter, boys can have gel, braces, jackets. They can also wear items of uniform from a different school. Basically, the costume should be school uniform (ish).  We don’t want them to feel like they are coming to do a show in their school uniform.  ALL CHILDREN MUST HAVE BLACK LEGGINS AND BLACK TOP AS A BASE UNDERNEATH. This is for Health and Safety changing purposes for staff and children.  PLEASE PUT THEIR NAMES ON THE COSTUMES AS ITEMS GO MISSING EVERY YEAR.  

THIS SECTION IS JUST FOR THE OLDER CHILDREN 1ST – 6TH CLASS.  If your child has a part, they should dress for their relevant part.  (We will give  out the parts when we have covered all aspects of the show  and when we have given ourselves and the children time to explore each discipline – music, dance and script) ALL CHILDREN MUST HAVE BLACK LEGGINS AND BLACK TOP AS A BASE.  

TICKET PRICES  are €15 for adults.  Students and OAP’S €5. Please note that all the seats have excellent and equal viewing so you do not need to come too early to get a good seat.  Also there will be a show on beforehand so you cannot gain entry.  You should arrive 15 minutes before your show time.  We will collect the children in the foyer and take them to the dressing rooms. You can pay on the day with cash as we don’t have card facilities OR online IE08AIBK93251521395266. Text me that you have paid and I will send an email with your tickets.  

IMPORTANT NOTICE – Please do not bring anything extra to the dressing room as clothes go missing every year.            

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