Published on Jun 15, 2012
A short video created by unitytheatre with Ali Harwood, Deputy Head of Sandbrook Primary School talking about the school's experience with unity's Christmas Show.
Candy floss windows and gingerbread walls,
Chocolate chimneys and marshmallow doors,
But who would live in a house of sweets?
Maybe it's children they'd like to eat!?!
A story of bravery, action, friendship and joy. Boo the baddies, cheer the goodies and laugh until your belly hurts. A festive treat, but also the perfect opportunity to plan your term's work around some amazing themes, linking to PSHE, Citizenship, English, Art and design and more at both KS1 & KS2, give your pupils an experience they'll never forget. Inspire, invigorate and introduce them to the arts.
So expect the unexpected in this end of term treat,
With laughs, song and dance that are good enough to eat!
Inspire your learning community, with Hansel and Gretel at unity!
Written by Jeff Young (The Voyages of Sinbad The Sailor)
Directed by Ann Farrar I Music & Lyrics by Patrick Dineen
A unitytheatre production in association with Hope Street Limited
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