Jack and the Beanstalk by Bridgwater Pantomime Society

Jack and the Beanstalk by Bridgwater Pantomime Society

Jack and the Beanstalk by Bridgwater Pantomime Society

First published in News

TONIGHT (January 18) is the first performance of the long awaited production of Jack and the Beanstalk by Bridgwater Pantomime Society.

The light-hearted family show has been written by Keith and Margaret Robinson, who, with Richard J. Porter, are producing and directing what promises to be a treat for audiences of all ages.

A talented cast will bring the classic story to life at Bridgwater Town Hall on January 18-26.

Behind the scenes, choreographer Jo Elson has come up with some wonderful dance routines, while Ros Dolding makes a welcome return to conduct the orchestra as musical director.

Tickets, costing £10 (£8 concessions), are available from the box office or by calling 07939-926449.

For more information visit www.bridgwater-pantomimesociety.org.uk

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8:14pm Fri 18 Jan 13

Rusty Hinge says...

Probably a great show, with a lot of good lines. Next year can we have something a little bit different, maybe the Pantomime Society doing a version of Edwin Blyter"s work, "THE ADVENTURES OF MR. BLOBBY IN WESTERN TOYLAND".
Probably a great show, with a lot of good lines. Next year can we have something a little bit different, maybe the Pantomime Society doing a version of Edwin Blyter"s work, "THE ADVENTURES OF MR. BLOBBY IN WESTERN TOYLAND". Rusty Hinge
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9:22am Thu 24 Jan 13

Lord Gothover says...

Rusty Hinge wrote:
Probably a great show, with a lot of good lines. Next year can we have something a little bit different, maybe the Pantomime Society doing a version of Edwin Blyter"s work, "THE ADVENTURES OF MR. BLOBBY IN WESTERN TOYLAND".
Not such a good idea. Mr. Blobby would frightern the children and women, and also the elderly people. The thought of a psychotic criminal arsonist pouring petrol over your house and setting it on fire at 4.00am, as you sleep, is not Pantomime subject matter.
[quote][p][bold]Rusty Hinge[/bold] wrote: Probably a great show, with a lot of good lines. Next year can we have something a little bit different, maybe the Pantomime Society doing a version of Edwin Blyter"s work, "THE ADVENTURES OF MR. BLOBBY IN WESTERN TOYLAND".[/p][/quote]Not such a good idea. Mr. Blobby would frightern the children and women, and also the elderly people. The thought of a psychotic criminal arsonist pouring petrol over your house and setting it on fire at 4.00am, as you sleep, is not Pantomime subject matter. Lord Gothover
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