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Calcutta club ushered in christmas with carols from a kiddie choir

Santa hats on head and shiny pom poms in hand, a bunch of cute carol singers made it an evening to remember at Calcutta Club on Christmas Eve. As the young singers took the stage with Silent Night, Away In a Manger and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, proud parents and their guests clapped and cheered them on. The tots in the front row of the choir moved along with the beats and swayed their pom poms too. During the two-hour programme, they also sang The First Noel, Joy to the World, The Little Drummer Boy (which has no less than 21 sets of rum pum pums!), Come All Ye Faithful and Hark Now Hear the Angels Sing. By the time the choir reached Merry Christmas Polka and Jingle Bells, the audience was merrily singing along. A brightly decked-out Christmas tree, Santa and pretty decorations added to the Yuletide mood.