Unwrapping the Magic of ‘Christmas Stuffing’: Longhill’s Winter Drama Production

On the enchanting afternoon of Tuesday, December 12th, the halls of Longhill resonated with the laughter and joy of local primary school children who were treated to a special matinee performance of our winter drama production. This year’s theatrical masterpiece, ‘Christmas Stuffing,’ is an original play crafted by the talented Mr. Holland.

Longhill takes pride in being more than just a secondary school; it’s a vibrant community hub that opens its doors to parents, local primary schools, and the general public.

At the recent matinee, we were delighted to welcome Rudyard Kipling, St. Margaret’s, and St. Mark’s Primary Schools. The joy on their faces spoke volumes about the enchantment they experienced.

Watch Ms. Haydock embody the eccentric Hector Hermist in this delightful clip. https://youtu.be/Bc5sOAVhy_k

What makes ‘Christmas Stuffing’ truly special is the collective effort of the entire school community. From set dressing to makeup, box office management to serving refreshments, ushering to lighting—everyone plays a vital role in making this production a resounding success. It’s not just a show; it’s a celebration of talent, creativity, and the spirit of togetherness.

Don’t miss the chance to catch a glimpse of the magic, on December 13th & 14th, where doors will be open at 6:30 pm and the curtains will rise again at 7pm.

Tickets are available on SQuid and at the door, ensuring that this annual event becomes a cherished tradition.

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