St Bride’s holds annual concert and nativity play

St Bride's Primary School held its annual Christmas concert and nativity play at Onich. NO F51 St Brides nativity 01
St Bride's Primary School held its annual Christmas concert and nativity play at Onich. NO F51 St Brides nativity 01

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For the fourteenth consecutive year, St Bride’s Primary School held its Christmas Concert and Nativity Play with two outstanding performances in Nether Lochaber Parish Church, Onich, last week.

After a bible reading and Sir John Betjeman’s poem ‘Christmas’, music teacher Sandra Hollingdale led a ‘strings’ musical group of nine children playing the carol ‘Little Donkey’.

Ramsay Stubbs and Sandra Hollingdale playing Prelude and Gavotte by Shostakovich. NO F51 St brides nativity 02
Ramsay Stubbs and Sandra Hollingdale playing Prelude and Gavotte by Shostakovich.

This was followed by a duet by 11-year old Ramsay Stubbs and teacher Ms Hollingdale playing Preludeand Gavotte by Shostakovich. This complex piece of music was played to a professional standard and acknowledged with much applause.

This year’s Nativity Play was called Stargazer, the narrative being interspersed with nine lively songs which the children sang with great verve and enthusiasm.

St Bride’s Primary School held its annual Christmas concert and nativity play at Onich.

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