Panto adventure set to delight Somerset village

PUBLISHED: 09:35 19 January 2012

Natalie Hope, Patrick Westby, Kat Spencer and Esther Howley.

Natalie Hope, Patrick Westby, Kat Spencer and Esther Howley.


A PANTOMIME adventure from the heart of Cheddar will be delighting audiences this month with a production of Dick 

Performed by STARR, a group who has been producing pantomime for nearly 25 years, it is billed as ‘comedy capers 
polished off with all the winning ingredients audiences have come to expect from a star production’.

Cheddar Church House in Church Street will be graced by Dick and his cat from January 25-28, promising shipwreck and adventure in strange lands as Dick aims to overcome the plots of the villainous King 
Rat and return safe and sound with Alice and his friends to London Town.

The performances will start at 7.30pm across the four nights as well as a matinee performance on January 28 at 2.30pm.

The traditional family panto, written and produced by Di Hill, is packed with music, comedy and adventure loved by children and adults alike.

Tickets, priced £5-9, are available from Deane & Sons in Bath Street, Cheddar. 
For more details, call Di Hill on 01934 743546.

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