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JINGLE JANGLE AT CHRISTMASTIME

THEATRE PRODUCTIONS



JINGLE JANGLE @ CHRISTMASTIME

the live family Christmas Show
@ St. James Cavalier Theatre, Valletta
14, 15, 18, 19 December, 2006 (morning shows for school children)
15, 16, 17, 23, 26, 27, 28 December, 2006 (evening shows)
17, 24, 26 December, 2006 (matinee shows)

Musical Director:   Mark Spiteri Lucas
Artistic Director:     Leontine
Story Created by:    Mark Spiteri Lucas & Leontine


For the 2006 Christmas season, Spiteri Lucas Entertainment (SLE) prepared a special Christmas spectacular in a live, interactive and entertaining show for all the family, "Jingle Jangle @ Christmastime" that was staged at St. James Cavalier Theatre in Valletta between the 15th and the 28th of December (excluding Christmas day).  

Nanny Jenny took the audience on a trip to the fantastic land of Father Christmas.  A place where toys came to life and Santa's helpers sung, danced and grumbled as well!!! But who was in reality this charming nanny? And what happened when one of Santa's helpers decided to quit?  

Performed in colourful costumes, the show compiled a varied repertoire of popular songs. From the sing along tunes of "The Twelve Days of Christmas", "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer", "Jingle Bells", "The Little Drummer Boy" and "Sleigh-Ride" to evergreen holiday hits such as "Let it snow" and "Have Yourself a Merry little Christmas" and on a more religious note, "Tu Scendi dalle Stelle". Other songs included Elvis Presley's "Blue Christmas", Cliff Richard's "Mistletoe and Wine", as well as Boney M's "Feliz Navidad". There was also space for classical musical hits such as Do Re Mi as well as a touch from Disney's fantasy world with "Cruella de Ville" along with local traditional Christmas tunes.
The cast included some of Malta's top performers, namely versatile English singer/actress Julie James, Ivan Spiteri Lucas, Leontine, Neville Refalo, as well as popular actors Toni Busuttil of "Minibugz" fame and Mario Spiteri "Snits", together with other upcoming artists.  All artists were accompanied by a three piece live band under the direction of popular musician and singer Mark Spiteri Lucas, and that featured also Roderick Eddleston (drums) and Joe M. Vella (bass).

Part of the profits from this show were donated to Id-Dar tal-Providenza.

 
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