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Homegrown beanstalk promises to be a feast of family fun
11:00am Wednesday 2nd January 2013 in What's On
AFTER last year’s successful production of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Bridgwater Pantomime Society is returning to a homegrown, traditional pantomime in the form of the ever-popular Jack and the Beanstalk.
The pantomime has been written by Keith and Margaret Robinson who along with Richard J. Porter are producing and directing this funfilled family show.
They are also taking part in the production with Keith playing Dame Stoneybroke; Margaret as the Leader of the Guardians of the Clouds and Richard as Barrington Black, the giant’s henchman.
It’s a real family show this year with sisters Kim and Zoe Pike playing principal boy and girl, Jack and Jill; and mother and daughter Nicky and Georgia Case playing Daisy the Cow.
Behind the scenes, choreographer Jo Elson has come up with some wonderful dance routines and making a welcomed return to the society is Ros Dolding, who will be conducting the orchestra as musical director.
Tickets for the pantomime, which will be performed at Bridgwater Town Hall from January 18 to 26, go on sale at the Grand Box Office Opening at the same venue on January 5 from 10am.
Book early to avoid disappointment.