Nativity! 2 - Danger In The Manger

Nativity! 2 - Danger In The Manger
Nativity! 2 - Danger In The Manger

Year

2012

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This second installment of Christmas madness stars David Tennant as anxious new teacher, Mr Peterson. Eager to please, he enters his school into the National 'Song for Christmas' competition and all manner of chaos ensues. Jessica Hynes appears as the fabulous Welsh Diva Angel set to steal everyone's thunder, alongside the familiar faces of Marc Wootton as the irrepressible Mr Poppy and his flustered Aunt Mrs Bevan (Pam Ferris). Abseiling children, donkeys that fly and a baby that arrives in the nick of time, be sure to put everything you know about the original Christmas story to one side and just enjoy the ride!

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