Clonenagh National School, Mountrath, held their Christmas Show in the Convent Hall recently.
The Mountrath Forum very kindly gave the school the hall for the night.
It was the most perfect location as it added to the overall theatrical experience for everyone there, as it still has the majestic curtains and vast stage.
The audience were treated to a welcoming glass of mulled wine and a mince pie when they came in, from the Clonenagh Parents’ Association.
Junior, Senior Infants and First Class performed some lively Christmas tunes and a wonderful rendition of ‘When Santa Got Stuck in the Chimney!’.
Second Class to Sixth Class performed “Alas in Blunderland”, a play based on a mixture of fairytales and humour.
The audience thoroughly enjoyed the children’s efforts and in turn, they were rewarded with a rapturous applause. #
The children finished off the Christmas Show by singing some well known carols.
It was a night that the pupils of Clonenagh National School are sure to never forget.
Our photographer Julie Anne Miller went along and grabbed some great pictures: