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6 December 2014, 3pm, Glasgow

Deck the Halls with Owen & Olly!


‘Tis the season to be jolly - we're glad you didn’t stay Home Alone! We had a great time singing (or fa la laa-ing) along with the Sugar Plum Fairy (aka Owen) and Frosty the Snowman and were so pleased that you all helped us get Santa unstuck from that chimney! With beautiful ballet dancers (Manor School of Ballet) and all your favourite festive tunes (sensationally sung by area choirs of NYCoS), fun was had by all at Owen and Olly’s pre-Christmas family party!

See below for some of the lovely comments we received from the audience telling us about their favourite bits!


  • Presented by Owen Gunnell and Oliver Cox
  • Conducted by Jean-Claude Picard


The Royal Scottish National Orchestra


“Owen being the Sugar Plum Fairy because he was silly in a fairy frock with his football shorts under it. ”

Alex McKirdy, age 4

“My favourite bit of the show was when the choir were singing because you could hear their tuneful voices! ”

Emily Aitken, age 9

“The 12 tunes of Christmas because I enjoyed it :) Made me work hard to try and remember the actions.”

Joseph George Adams, age 9 ½

“I liked the ballet and the Christmas tree decorating. I think I shall choose the ballet because it was beautiful and brilliant. ”

Beth Black, age 9

“I loved taking part in the 12 tunes of Christmas and dancing to it next to my BFF Jessica. Memories made.”

Jennifer Hogg, age 13