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Barton Players bnring Beauty and the Beast to Great Barton’s panto

The Barton Players present Beauty and The Beast which opens at Great Barton Village Hall on Thursday



Derek Bourke, the Beast

The Barton Players present Beauty and The Beast which opens at Great Barton Village Hall on Thursday Derek Bourke, the Beast

Barton Players are bringing the ever popular Beauty and the Beast to the stage for their annual panto. Running tonight and tomorrow afternoon and evening at Great Barton Village Hall the show promises to be all singing and dancing with plenty of fun along the way. Directed by Caroline Ranson, Katie Wright takes on the role of Belle who rejects the beast, played by Derek Bourke for his ugliness but eventually falls under his spell as the tale unfolds.

Opening tomorrow evening at 7pm at Great Barton Village Hall it runs tomorrow, Friday and Saturday evenings as well as a matinee on Saturday at 2pm.

The show promises to be all singing and dancing with plenty of fun along the way. Directed by Caroline Ranson, Katie Wright takes on the role of Belle who rejects the beast, played by Derek Bourke for his ugliness but eventually falls under his spell as the tale unfolds.

The cast of more than 40 whose ages range from eight to 80 will be providing plenty of laughter and tears with Ken Sawyer taking on his regular role as the Dame playing Madam Fifi.

Bell’s ugly sisters are played by Lorna Podbury and Amanda Kingsnorth and the village beauticians by Steohanie Cook and Steve CXhapman who provide a great double act.

Tickets are available from Betty Blades on 01359 231413.

 

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