☰ Christmas Pantomime

Christmas Pantomime

Posted on: December 4th 2015 | Category:

Perfect Pantomime
On 30th November 2015 Norfolk House School Forms 2-6 visited The Chicken Shed to watch their production. It was most enjoyable and family friendly time. The panto was based on the well -known song The Twelve days of Christmas. In the story, four children pursued an adventure in search of their missing gold ring. Along the way they meet two turtle doves, three French hens, four calling birds, six geese a laying, seven swans a swimming,  eight maids a milking, nine ladies dancing, ten lords a leaping, eleven pipers piping and twelve drummers drumming.
The story was hilarious because the maids were really men with beards dressed up in dresses, the pipers were plumbers with pipes, and the French hens couldn’t speak French!
The music was lively and fabulously funny and the dancing was well choreographed. The stage set was colourful and dramatic and exquisitely lit. My favourite part was at the end when the cast came along the aisle to sit with us as they pretended to take a photo.
Thank you to Norfolk House staff for taking us on such an enjoyable trip!
By Daisy Dawes Form 5

On Monday 30th November we all visited the Chicken Shed Theatre, where we watched The 12 days of Christmas. In the show there were four children who had four golden rings. They needed to find a fifth ring which had been stolen by four mean Calling Birds. The cast included Casper, a young boy, Jasmin, a teenage girl, Anjola , a young girl and Archie , a teenage boy. At the end we discovered that the rings were magic and they transformed the Calling Birds into kind creatures.
As for our personal review, we enjoyed this show because it contained lots of singing and dancing.
Sophie Kirstein and Antonia Schewitz Form 5

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