Shiskine show dazzles with Lights, Camel, Action

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Sub-heading: Early years perform My First Nativity 

Shiskine Primary School pulled out all the stops to produce a fantastic performance of their Christmas show Lights, Camel, Action.

The entire school took part in the rescheduled nativity show which featured some lively camels and a disco star despite illness besetting some of the performers. The original show had to be postponed owing to the General Election.

Younger pupils from the early years class also had an opportunity to enjoy some acting fun with a performance of their own which was called My First Nativity, which they performed for senior citizens at the Kinloch Hotel.

A school spokeswoman said: ‘The children worked hard at school and at home to learn their lines for the performance. They were supported by their families to learn all the songs and provided make up, costumes and props for the show.

‘We also raised £612 pounds at the concert for school funds. Thank you to all of the pupils who took part and for the support of everyone who helped to make these productions possible. We would also like to thank Utter Nonsense Films who provided the equipment to film the show.’

Young singers perform one of the many songs in Lights, Camel, Action. No_B52shiskine01

Dancing angels go through their routines. No_B52shiskine02

Pupils perform an amusing scene during Lights, Camel, Action. No_B52shiskine03

One of the older performers shows her acting talent. No_B52shiskine06

Dancing featured heavily in the production . No_B52shiskine07

The boys have their time to shine. No_B52shiskine08

Nursery pupils point out the bright shiny star. No_B52ShiskineE01

The cast of My First Nativity. No_B52ShiskineE02

The angels and Mary in full voice. No_B52ShiskineE05

A young actor recites her lines. No_B52ShiskineE06

Mary and Joseph tend to the young baby Jesus. No_B52ShiskineE07

Rehearsals pay off and the pupils perform flawlessly. No_B52ShiskineE08

The entire cast of Lights, Camel, Action take to the stage for a grand finale. No_B52ShiskineE09

A shepherd recites his lines. No_B52ShiskineE10