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Pantomime back in town - Oh yes it is!

Created on 14/10/2010 @ 09:43

Pantomime season is starting early in Welshpool this year with Cinderella set for the Town Hall on November 23.

“Curtain Up” is at 6.30pm in the Assembly Room. Welshpool Town Hall. Doors open 6pm.

A well-loved tale, Cinderella is set in the present day with Cinderella and Prince Charming, older and bankrupt touring village halls trying to earn a living with an old karaoke machine.

Throughout the evening, with the wisdom of hindsight, they tell their story through re-enactment, dance and hits of the 1970s. The evening draws to a romantic close, reminding us that you are never too old for love.

From down-at-heart to the heart and soul of the party, the timeless Cinderella story ensures a high-energy, moving and unforgettable night, suitable for families and dreamers of all ages.

This production is being brought to Welshpool by the Fairgame Theatre Company, part of the Gloucestershire Theatre Network, in conjunction with the Welsh Arts Council “Nights Out” scheme. It is a physical theatre company with an emphasis on
original live music, creating entertaining and thought provoking work in theatres and
community venues as well as issue-based work for schools and community groups.

Tickets on sale soon, prices: Adults £5 Children & Concession £3.50 for front seats and Adults £3.50 Children & Concession £2 for rear seats and will be available from the Town Clerk’s Office, open from 9.30am until 2.00pm Monday to Friday. 01938 553142 or the Tourist Information Centre

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