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Watch James Bond's amazing message to students performing Aladdin; Daniel Craig sent a video wishing students at a primary school good luck as they prepare for the play.

Byline: Connor Dunn

Pupils cast in a school play of Aladdin got more than they could possibly wish for - a good luck message from Daniel Craig.

The James Bond star, who was born in Chester but later settled inHoylakewith his family, sent a video wishing students at Bishop Eton Primary School to have "massive success" with the show.

In the short clip the former Hilbre High School pupil states that he hopes the cast "have as much fun as they can" and tells Jamie, who is believed to be his nephew, to "have fun".

The actor spent much of his youth hanging around the Everyman Theatre and trained at Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

His other film credits include Layer Cake, The Mother, Sylvia, Enduring Love and Steven Spielberg's Munich and Road to Perdition.

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In the message, posted to Twitter, he stated: "To all the cast and crew and all the amazing volunteers at Beap I hope Aladdin is a massive success.

"Have as much fun as you can.

"Jamie, just enjoy yourself - well done. Bye."

The Green Lane school posted the clip with a message on social media reading: "Doesn't get much better than this Daniel Craig aka007 has sent everyone in Beap a special good luck message."

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On their website the education centre posted: "This year pupils from Years 4, 5 & 6 will be travelling to Agrabah to tell the tale of Aladdin.

"If you would like to come and see the wonderfully talented children of OLBE we have only 20 tickets left for the 2pm performance on Thursday 29 March, at St Julies Secondary school in Woolton.

"All other shows are already sold out. Tickets are [pounds sterling]4 children and concessions and [pounds sterling]7 adults."


Daniel Craig sent a video wishing students at a primary school good luck as they prepare for the play

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Publication:Crosby Herald (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 26, 2018
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