The sparkle and shine of Christmas once again comes to life in this home-grown gem for all the family, starring a host of British favourites, including David Tennant, Marc Wootton, Joanna Page and Pam Ferris. This Christmas, the unforgettable pupils of St. Bernadette’s are heading to Wales to compete in the National Choir Contest; “A Song for Christmas". New supply teacher Mr Peterson has the unenviable task of trying to curb the hysterical enthusiasm of the kids - not to mention Mr Poppy – but reluctantly finds himself getting swept along. Over land and water, charting mountains and caves and with a donkey in tow, the gang learn to conquer their fears and work as a team in their quest to get to the competition in time.
This Christmas the children of St. Bernadette’s primary school face their biggest adventure yet as they enter a Christmas flashmob competition to win a trip to New York! The only problem is their new teacher Mr Shepherd has lost his memory and can’t recall anything about Christmas, and even worse – he has no idea where he left Mr Poppy’s beloved donkey. Now the children must remind Mr Shepherd of what Christmas is all about before their Christmas turns into the most disastrous ever.
"Say" "I do" to this hilarious mockumentary about a trio of wacky couples who vow to win the coveted title of "Most Original Wedding of the Year." The dueling duos include the tuneless Matt (Martin Freeman) and Sam (Jessica Stevenson) whose unfortunate wedding theme is Hollywood musicals; the hyper-competitive tennis partners Josef (Steven Mangan) and Isabelle (Meredith MacNeil), and the outrageously uninhibited nudists Michael (Robert Webb) and Joanna (Olivia Colman). At stake is a million-dollar dream home, but can love survive in the midst of unbridled prenuptial chaos?
We’re back with the kids from St Bernadette’s Primary School in Coventry as the staff and students audition for a coveted place in a spectacular rock musical competition. With the unique feel-good charm of the original film, Celia Imrie reprises her role as Headmistress Mrs Keen, starring alongside Meera Syal, Ruth Jones, Anna Chancellor, Hugh Dennis and Helen George. The film also introduces Simon Lipkin as Jerry Poppy and Craig Revel Horwood as the ruthless show director Emmanuel Cavendish.