Panto art takes place in theatre

PUBLISHED: 12:00 25 January 2013

Panto Society exhibtion, Mo Cooper and Peter Harling.

Panto Society exhibtion, Mo Cooper and Peter Harling.


MEMBERS of Burnham District Pantomime Society have taken some time out of their busy theatrical roles to indulge in other artistic pursuits.

The society is currently exhibiting their artwork and photography at the Princess Theatre, in Princess Street, Burnham.

The work ranges from detailed drawings of wildlife and close-up shots of flowers to paintings of birds and people.

The exhibition will be running until February 2, the same slot as the society’s latest show Jack And The Beanstalk.

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