LITTLE stars from a primary school in Gourock stepped into the spotlight to celebrate Christmas in a festive extravaganza.

Talented youngsters at Moorfoot Primary proudly took to the stage to present their school show, Bethlehem Ballroom, to loved ones. 

Every pupil in the school was involved in the production, which told the traditional story of the nativity with a modern twist.

The production was full of amazing costumes and all of the performers shone under the spotlight. 

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Some of the pupils had to remember a lot of lines and there were a lot of funny moments for the audience of mums, dads and grandparents. 

But the true spirit of Christmas came across from the boys and girls. 

To make sure youngsters from Garvel Deaf Centre were involved every step of the way, the whole show was converted into British Sign Language (BSL) by an interpreter at the side of the stage, and boys and girls even performed sections of the show using BSL. 

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Moorfoot Primary class teacher Clare Greenwood helped bring the whole production together and said the 2023 show will go down as a great success. 

Ms Greenwood added: "We wanted to make sure that every pupil in the school was involved. 

"The children practised really hard for a long time and they all did a fantastic job. 

"We had a lot of singing and dancing in the show and everyone did really well remembering their lines. 

"It's a very traditional story but there were funny parts in there too. 

"I want to thank everyone involved, especially all the children, for all their hard work."