The Snowman

We all arrived at school sharp so we would reach the theatre early. When the bus came we hopped on and set off for the Festival Theatre. When I was younger I had gone with my Mum and Dad to see a production of “The Snowman” so I was looking forward to seeing what had changed.

Everyone was really chatty, until Ruth was sick then most of us felt sick ourselves. We were very relieved when we stopped and jumped off the bus, to get away from the smell.

Once inside the theatre I sat with Ben on my left and Andrea on my right, we settled ourselves down and then it was show time. The theatre went dark and the curtain went up, we could see a little boy lying in his bed. When he awoke he quickly dressed himself, zoomed down the stairs and out the front door where he started to build a magnificent snowman. He gave it a hat, scarf and a tomato for a nose.

Overnight the snowman came alive! The boy heard something and got up to see what it was, he spotted the snowman and he brought him inside to the hot fire. Suddenly the snowman started to melt so they ran to the cold kitchen.

Inside the Kitchen they opened the fridge and a bunch of fruit came out and started to dance. There was a Banana, a Coconut and a Pineapple and the boy and the snowman started to dance as well. Once the fruit party was over they went to the toy room.

There they found a marching soldier, teddy bear and a ballerina who they also danced with. Next was Mum and Dad’s bedroom where the snowman put on some makeup, he looked very silly and he also tried some clothes on.

After that they went to the garden shed, where they found a working motorcycle, which they jumped on and the bike went up into the air and it flew. They flew to the Snowman Party in the South-pole, where they met Santa Claus and also Jack Frost=BOO. He kept trying to dance with the ballerina but she was in love with the Snowman. Then Santa gave the little boy a present, suddenly the sun started to rise and it was time to go home and go back to sleep.

When the little boy woke up he realised it was Christmas and ran down the stairs, down to the door and out to the garden where the snowman had melted. All that was left was the hat, the scarf and the round tomato nose.

The Snowman

We all arrived at school sharp so we would reach the theatre early. When the bus came we hopped on and set off for the Festival Theatre. When I was younger I had gone with my Mum and Dad to see a production of “The Snowman” so I was looking forward to seeing what had changed.

Everyone was really chatty, until Ruth was sick then most of us felt sick ourselves. We were very relieved when we stopped and jumped off the bus, to get away from the smell.

Once inside the theatre I sat with Ben on my left and Andrea on my right, we settled ourselves down and then it was show time. The theatre went dark and the curtain went up, we could see a little boy lying in his bed. When he awoke he quickly dressed himself, zoomed down the stairs and out the front door where he started to build a magnificent snowman. He gave it a hat, scarf and a tomato for a nose.

Overnight the snowman came alive! The boy heard something and got up to see what it was, he spotted the snowman and he brought him inside to the hot fire. Suddenly the snowman started to melt so they ran to the cold kitchen.

Inside the Kitchen they opened the fridge and a bunch of fruit came out and started to dance. There was a Banana, a Coconut and a Pineapple and the boy and the snowman started to dance as well. Once the fruit party was over they went to the toy room.

There they found a marching soldier, teddy bear and a ballerina who they also danced with. Next was Mum and Dad’s bedroom where the snowman put on some makeup, he looked very silly and he also tried some clothes on.

After that they went to the garden shed, where they found a working motorcycle, which they jumped on and the bike went up into the air and it flew. They flew to the Snowman Party in the South-pole, where they met Santa Claus and also Jack Frost=BOO. He kept trying to dance with the ballerina but she was in love with the Snowman. Then Santa gave the little boy a present, suddenly the sun started to rise and it was time to go home and go back to sleep.

When the little boy woke up he realised it was Christmas and ran down the stairs, down to the door and out to the garden where the snowman had melted. All that was left was the hat, the scarf and the round tomato nose.

The Snowman

We all arrived at school sharp so we would reach the theatre early. When the bus came we hopped on and set off for the Festival Theatre. When I was younger I had gone with my Mum and Dad to see a production of “The Snowman” so I was looking forward to seeing what had changed.

Everyone was really chatty, until Ruth was sick then most of us felt sick ourselves. We were very relieved when we stopped and jumped off the bus, to get away from the smell.

Once inside the theatre I sat with Ben on my left and Andrea on my right, we settled ourselves down and then it was show time. The theatre went dark and the curtain went up, we could see a little boy lying in his bed. When he awoke he quickly dressed himself, zoomed down the stairs and out the front door where he started to build a magnificent snowman. He gave it a hat, scarf and a tomato for a nose.

Overnight the snowman came alive! The boy heard something and got up to see what it was, he spotted the snowman and he brought him inside to the hot fire. Suddenly the snowman started to melt so they ran to the cold kitchen.

Inside the Kitchen they opened the fridge and a bunch of fruit came out and started to dance. There was a Banana, a Coconut and a Pineapple and the boy and the snowman started to dance as well. Once the fruit party was over they went to the toy room.

There they found a marching soldier, teddy bear and a ballerina who they also danced with. Next was Mum and Dad’s bedroom where the snowman put on some makeup, he looked very silly and he also tried some clothes on.

After that they went to the garden shed, where they found a working motorcycle, which they jumped on and the bike went up into the air and it flew. They flew to the Snowman Party in the South-pole, where they met Santa Claus and also Jack Frost=BOO. He kept trying to dance with the ballerina but she was in love with the Snowman. Then Santa gave the little boy a present, suddenly the sun started to rise and it was time to go home and go back to sleep.

When the little boy woke up he realised it was Christmas and ran down the stairs, down to the door and out to the garden where the snowman had melted. All that was left was the hat, the scarf and the round tomato nose.
The Snowman

We all arrived at school sharp so we would reach the theatre early. When the bus came we hopped on and set off for the Festival Theatre. When I was younger I had gone with my Mum and Dad to see a production of “The Snowman” so I was looking forward to seeing what had changed.

Everyone was really chatty, until Ruth was sick then most of us felt sick ourselves. We were very relieved when we stopped and jumped off the bus, to get away from the smell.

Once inside the theatre I sat with Ben on my left and Andrea on my right, we settled ourselves down and then it was show time. The theatre went dark and the curtain went up, we could see a little boy lying in his bed. When he awoke he quickly dressed himself, zoomed down the stairs and out the front door where he started to build a magnificent snowman. He gave it a hat, scarf and a tomato for a nose.

Overnight the snowman came alive! The boy heard something and got up to see what it was, he spotted the snowman and he brought him inside to the hot fire. Suddenly the snowman started to melt so they ran to the cold kitchen.

Inside the Kitchen they opened the fridge and a bunch of fruit came out and started to dance. There was a Banana, a Coconut and a Pineapple and the boy and the snowman started to dance as well. Once the fruit party was over they went to the toy room.

There they found a marching soldier, teddy bear and a ballerina who they also danced with. Next was Mum and Dad’s bedroom where the snowman put on some makeup, he looked very silly and he also tried some clothes on.

After that they went to the garden shed, where they found a working motorcycle, which they jumped on and the bike went up into the air and it flew. They flew to the Snowman Party in the South-pole, where they met Santa Claus and also Jack Frost=BOO. He kept trying to dance with the ballerina but she was in love with the Snowman. Then Santa gave the little boy a present, suddenly the sun started to rise and it was time to go home and go back to sleep.

When the little boy woke up he realised it was Christmas and ran down the stairs, down to the door and out to the garden where the snowman had melted. All that was left was the hat, the scarf and the round tomato nose.

The Snowman

We all arrived at school sharp so we would reach the theatre early. When the bus came we hopped on and set off for the Festival Theatre. When I was younger I had gone with my Mum and Dad to see a production of “The Snowman” so I was looking forward to seeing what had changed.

Everyone was really chatty, until Ruth was sick then most of us felt sick ourselves. We were very relieved when we stopped and jumped off the bus, to get away from the smell.

Once inside the theatre I sat with Ben on my left and Andrea on my right, we settled ourselves down and then it was show time. The theatre went dark and the curtain went up, we could see a little boy lying in his bed. When he awoke he quickly dressed himself, zoomed down the stairs and out the front door where he started to build a magnificent snowman. He gave it a hat, scarf and a tomato for a nose.

Overnight the snowman came alive! The boy heard something and got up to see what it was, he spotted the snowman and he brought him inside to the hot fire. Suddenly the snowman started to melt so they ran to the cold kitchen.

Inside the Kitchen they opened the fridge and a bunch of fruit came out and started to dance. There was a Banana, a Coconut and a Pineapple and the boy and the snowman started to dance as well. Once the fruit party was over they went to the toy room.

There they found a marching soldier, teddy bear and a ballerina who they also danced with. Next was Mum and Dad’s bedroom where the snowman put on some makeup, he looked very silly and he also tried some clothes on.

After that they went to the garden shed, where they found a working motorcycle, which they jumped on and the bike went up into the air and it flew. They flew to the Snowman Party in the South-pole, where they met Santa Claus and also Jack Frost=BOO. He kept trying to dance with the ballerina but she was in love with the Snowman. Then Santa gave the little boy a present, suddenly the sun started to rise and it was time to go home and go back to sleep.

When the little boy woke up he realised it was Christmas and ran down the stairs, down to the door and out to the garden where the snowman had melted. All that was left was the hat, the scarf and the round tomato nose.

Mr C McCabe