Adult actors portray a group of children as they prepare and present their school Christmas play.

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Shamima / Angel
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Zoe / Shepherd 2
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Warren Pipe / Joseph
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Jaye Dackers / Angel Gabriel
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Debbie Bennett / Mary
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Clive Cattle / Star of Bethlehem
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Adrian Atherton / Wise Man 3
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Dawn / Wise Man 1
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Errol Chiverton / Shepherd 1
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Ian Rotherham / Herod
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Christian Jerrums / Innkeeper
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Tim Moyle / Narrator
Kerry Joy Stewart ...
Innkeeper's Mother
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Adult actors portray a group of children as they prepare and present their school Christmas play.

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22 December 1999 (UK)  »

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Angel: [as her mother] Have one of these mince pies. Between you and me, those other ones are crap.
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Referenced in The 100 Greatest Christmas Moments (2004) See more »

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This is the school nativity as you thought you'd forgotten it!
19 February 2000 | by (West Midlands, UK) – See all my reviews

An infants class full of misfits put on a school nativity play for their parents. The play itself doesn't run to plan but then it reflects the backstage squabbles, arguments, and power battles ("I'm gonna be Mary!"). Stephen Tompkinson is wonderful as the play's narrator, determined to impress his parents, and Julia Sawalha, Mina Anwar and Dervla Kirwan's trio of on-off friendships bring back the days when friendships were made and broken and made again all in the space of an hour. All this plus an iguana named Michael Owen makes a charming film for a winter's evening in.




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