By now, your child should know what part they are playing in the school's production of Aladdin Trouble.
They should also have received a note stating possible costume ideas for their role. These are by no means essential, they are just to give you a guide. The play is set in the middle east so we would be hoping for light, loose fitting clothing in general, unless specified.
We fully understand that costumes can be expensive. There is no expectation that anybody buy outfits for their children, but feel free to do so if you wish. If you can be like our eponymous hero, beg, borrow and steal (maybe not steal) whatever you can before buying anything. We do have a limited collection of outfits in school, but unfortunately we are unable to provide costumes for everybody.
Finally, costumes do not need to be in school until the final week of rehearsals.
Mr Vanstone and Miss Wright