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But why lights? Well, we often relate the presence of light with truth, clarity and absence of evil. Often light is something we all desire. We often desire everything to be visible, we often want everything to be clear. HomeNewsUK NewsNational Express Group PLCHeartwarming moment dyslexic girl is asked on stage in West End show surpriseNational Express competition winner Annabella, who dreams of being a musician, got a Christmas surprise when the cast of The Snowman brought her up onto the stage at the Peacock TheatreSign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror daily newsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThis is the heartwarming moment an 11 year old girl who dreams of becoming a musician had her Christmas wish granted when she got up on stage during a West End show.Dyslexic schoolgirl Annabella was selected as the winner of a nationwide competition by National Express to turn someone dream festive moment into a reality.The coach company arranged for her to be transported from her home in Chesterfield to London for a week of sightseeing.But unbeknown to Annabella, this was just the start of her Christmas wish as mum Helen surprised her with tickets to see The Snowman at the Peacock Theatre.And the icing on the cake came when the cast invited her onto the stage for an unforgettable moment and her first taste of a major live production.BBC Dan Walker leaves lonely old man in tears after giving him Christmas treeAnnabella whose dream is to study violin at the Royal College of Music was able to meet the whole cast, including The Snowman and Santa.On stage, she discussed her dreams of being a musician with Santa and even got to play some of the instruments used by the show accompanying orchestra.Annabella was selected as the winner of the a wish prize because of her determination to thrive in life despite her dyslexia.Dementia patient, 83, in stunning rendition of Frank Sinatra’s ‘My Way’Proud mum Helen who does not wish to reveal the family surname said: “My daughter works incredibly hard and has to put in extra effort in everything she does.”She plays the violin and works her socks off both in and out of school to be the best she can be.”She deserves a special moment with her family. She cares deeply about others and is hoping to use her talent to perform in charity concerts in the future.”The day has been a dream come true for Annabella.