On Thursday 8th December all of Clydach Primary School went to see Elf the musical in the 6 form college in Gorseinon; we were invited and it was live.
Clydach Primary school pupils, hosted in Clydach Primary, they held a Pantomime of Cinderella on the Monday the 5th December and Tuesday the 6th of December for their Christmas play.
All the classes from year 3 to 6 worked tremendously hard to get their parts rights along with song. They had all more or less practised every single day possible. It was great to see all the pupils participating and enjoying practise.
There was lots of parts to be given so here's a few main parts. Seren was Cinderella and her prince was Joshua. Leona was buttons, Evan and Ashton were the ugly sisters, Fairy nasty boots was Caleb and the Fairy Brigade was played by Sophie, Eva, Keira and Gracie. Last but not least Lola was the fairy godmother.
On the night it went fantastic! There might of been some glitches with timing and people stepping in for other people, but all in all it was the best show we have been in so far in my opinion!
We have managed to get some quotes of the casts.
Eva ( Fairy Cakes ) said " The show was great but nerve racking."
Seren ( Cinderella ) thought " It was really fun!"
Leona ( Buttons ) Quoted " I really enjoyed."
On the 28th Novemeber we went to Cwmtawe to watch 'A Child's Christmas in Wales'. We went with year 5 and 6.
When we got there we had to wait for other schools to come. Later, the show started and everyone got excited.
The lights went off and the music started. And it began. Everyone was excited because we had already read a part of the book and were interested to see how the show would bring the book alive.
We have asked some people if they liked the show or not and most people said yes so here they are.
One person named Leona said " I think it was really good but there was too much singing."
Josh said " I enjoyed this. They really spoke loud and clearly and they did not give up if they got any words wrong or if the microphones weren't working."
We had a interval half way through. And we spoke to some of the teacher's. Mr McComas thought " It was very nostalgic and I enjoyed the old Christmas music."
Good luck to all the Cwmtawe pupils for their show in front of their parents.