The Flint Street Nativity Trailer

The Flint Street Nativity Trailer (1999)

22 December 1999 75 mins

With angels crying in the toilets all because of a jealous Angel Gabriel, it could only be the eagerly awaited performance of the Primary school nativity play - this time with a twist! The UK's finest comedy actors take the leading roles as the eight year old performers. Through the inevitable mishaps, misunderstandings, young egos, fears of failure and fallings out, the children's characters evolve into mirror images of thier parents, the nativity play's audience. You'll be drawn into the amusing and enchanting worlds and minds of young children and reminisce about your own childhood performances!

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Cast

Mina Anwar

as Angel

Jane Horrocks

as Shepherd 2

Jason Hughes

as Warren Pipe / Joseph

Dervla Kirwan

as Jaye Dackers / Angel Gabriel

Josie Lawrence

as Debbie Bennett / Mary

Ralf Little

as Star of Bethlehem

Tony Marshall

as Wise Man 2

Neil Morrissey

as Adrian Atherton / Wise Man 3

Julia Sawalha

as Wise Man 1

Hywel Simons

as Shepherd 1

John Thomson

as Christian Jerrums / Innkeeper

Stephen Tompkinson

as Tim Moyle / Narrator

Kerry Joy Stewart

as Innkeeper's Mother

Lynn Hunter

as Mrs. Humphries

Crew

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 22 December 1999

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