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Seniors + Intergen

Well, Santa Claus has only 13 short weeks to get all his toys ready for the good girls and boys. With this in mind, The Seniors Film Club running every Thursday have taken some time out of their documentary on World War One, and begun preparation for their up and coming production of “Christmas Memories” a mix of Live performance, Video and even Radio.

The group will explore Christmas and what it means to them, as well as taking up Christmas Challenges such as making their own traditional toys and Christmas Decorations, Writing and Performing Christmas Poem and Songs and even getting into the kitchen for a special Christmas Master Chef.

They also will take on the roles of  Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, and The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, as they perform a live radio performance of Charles Dickens immortal classic “A Christmas Carol”

There will be no “Bah Humbugs!” By the time we get done. Govan won’t have felt this festive since Bing Crosby danced with Danny Kay.

Lets jingle all the way.


By DC Barclay

  1. This week the group have been recreating the various characters of A Christmas Carol. Like seasoned pros we’ve had all three spirits of Past Present and Future already recorded as well as some smaller roles. an old friend of the group Gerry Barr dropped by to lend his acting skills in the role of Old Joe the rag and bone man, while is wee mammy Sadie played one of the biddies selling off Scrooges possessions.

    We’ve yet to record Ebenezer himself but Jack Sweeney, who is taking on the role of the old grumpy miser. However, this will really be a challenge for Jack as I’ve never seen him in a bad mood yet.



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