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Tha wants to do summat different! On one unforgettable occasion, at a small school deep in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, the Angel of the Lord - an angelic-looking little girl with golden curls and great innocent eyes -- appeared on stage.
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She was draped in a shimmering white nylon sheet trimmed with sparkling tinsel and had elaborate golden wings, cut out of cardboard, attached to her back. She did indeed look the part.
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The heavenly child was, however, unaware that the pretty ensemble she was wearing had somehow gathered up at the back. As she approached the front of the stage, little arms outstretched, one of the small shepherds, huddled around an imitation fire, had noticed. The Archangel Gabriel began: 'Fear not, for glad tidings of great joy I bring -' 'I can see your pink knickers! The angel continued regardless. Things improved until the arrival of Mary and Joseph, both in thick woollen robes and headdresses. The heaters in the hall blasted out hot air, the bright spotlights shone down on the cast relentlessly and the small actors began to blow out their cheeks, huffing and puffing, scratching and fidgeting.
As the Three Kings presented the happy couple with their gifts, Mary sighed and thrust the large doll representing the Baby Jesus, with a fair bit of force, on to the lap of Joseph with the words, 'You 'old Him a bit.
I stopped a small boy loaded down with Christmas cards, calendars, decorations, presents and all manner of boxes and bags as he tried to negotiate the narrow gate. Aye,' he replied. Excerpts are provided for display purposes only and may not be reproduced, reprinted or distributed without the written permission of the publisher. Select a list. Make this your default list. The following items were successfully added. There was an error while adding the following items. Please try again.
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One or more items could not be added because you are not logged in. He holds five fellowships, honorary doctorates from Hull, Leicester and Sheffield Hallam universities, and is a patron of a number of children's charities and organizations. He is married with four adult children.
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General Note:. Originally published: London: Michael Joseph, This collection of nativity play anecdotes recalls some of the funny and touching moments which were never part of the director's plans, including the innkeeper who had plenty of room for Mary and Joseph. Subject Term:. College and school drama -- Anecdotes. Children's plays -- Anecdotes.
Christmas plays -- Anecdotes. Full catalogue record. Westminster Home Library Service. Summary A Wayne in a Manger includes some wonderfully funny and touching nativity play anecdotes, including children forgetting their lines, ad-libbing, falling of the stage, picking their noses and showing their knickers. There was the time the Innkeeper, when asked if there was any room in the inn, answered, 'Plenty', and ushered the startled Holy Family inside; the occasion when Mary dropped Baby Jesus, immediately bursting into floods of tears as the large pink doll rolled off the stage; the time that the Archangel Gabriel informed Mary that he had tidings of great joy to bring but had completely forgotten what they were; and the memorable moment when the giant cardboard star, which had been suspended on a wire above the stage, fell on Joseph who, very much out of character, rubbed his head and exclaimed, 'Bloody 'ell!
In one school I eavesdropped on a conversation between the Headteacher and a parent concerning the Nativity play the children were to perform.
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In another school I heard a father complain that, 'Tha allus do t'same play every Christmas. Tha wants to do summat different! On one unforgettable occasion, at a small school deep in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, the Angel of the Lord - an angelic-looking little girl with golden curls and great innocent eyes -- appeared on stage. She was draped in a shimmering white nylon sheet trimmed with sparkling tinsel and had elaborate golden wings, cut out of cardboard, attached to her back.
She did indeed look the part.