Conventional nativity? No, no, no. Did Orson Welles stage Voodoo MacBeth? Yes, he did. So why not shoogle The Bairn in the Barn story up a bit?
If we’re getting ourselves out on a freezy, cold night, dodging frenzied parents and teachers and dashing for the mince pie table before all the scran is gone then outlandish, offbeat entertainment is a complete necessity.
Small “dinosaurs” like mud though, so it’s all good.
Or, “The Poppy Wars” as The Bobcat current understands it.
He also doesn’t understand the phrase “two minutes’ silence”. But then some adults struggle with this too. Admittedly perhaps not when trying to slap a remembrance snapband around a church railing.
Daddy: “Comedy genius, son.”
Rowdy was impressed with the new entertainment package.