Carols show does Seychelles proud


They were cheerful, immaculately dressed and healthier-looking than ever, as they took the elaborately decorated stage of the International Conference Centre.

And when they wanted someone from the audience to join them, the first person they called out to was Laeticia Michel – the 5-year-old daughter of President James Michel and First Lady Natalie Michel, who chairs the Children’s Homes Foundation.

Many guests attributed the children’s visibly enhanced well-being and performance to Mrs Michel’s contribution over the last few years, saying the show “has been getting better every year”.

Mr, Mrs Michel and Laeticia distributed Christmas gifts to the children after the show, which opened with the song: All I Want for Christmas, which was sung by the Count and Read Pre-school choir.
The group also sang I Saw Mummy and Jingle Bells.

Shelley Anamole, Vania Leon, Angelica Payet And Phara Victor from the Foyer de la Providence sang Joyeux Noel, while Shamilla Clarisse and June Henriette from the President’s Village sang: Away in a Manger.

The Foyer de Nazareth choir sang Zezi in Retournen and Virgin Mary, before joining Sister Francoise – who is in charge of the home – to sing Prince de la paix.

Rutha Laporte and Andreashille Farabeau of the Foyer de la Solitude sang Silent Night before the National Children’s Choir offered Winter Wonderland, Christmas Polka and Merry Christmas Everyone.

The new choir Les Rossignols sang Ça Bergers, Christmas Canon, Zwaye Noel e Bonn Ane.

Guest performer Christophe Legros sang So This is Christmas and joined all the choirs to sing Christmas Medley.

The show ended with Felice Navidad, in which the happy audience joined in.

We have published a cellection of pictures from the joyous event.



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