Cley pantomime to raise money for Blakeney health charity

A shot from a previous Cley Amateur Dramatic Society show, Mother Hubbard and the Kings Pantaloons.

A shot from a previous Cley Amateur Dramatic Society show, Mother Hubbard and the Kings Pantaloons. - Credit: Archant

Families will be able to enjoy a retelling of a princess fairytale next month.

Cley Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS) will be performing Cinderella as its 2015 pantomime.

It will be shown at Cley Village Hall on Thursday February 5 and Friday February 6 at 8pm and Saturday February 7 at 3pm and 8pm.

Proceeds from ticket sales for the Friday show will go to Glaven Caring.

The voluntary group, based at Thistleton Court in Blakeney, provides extra care and comfort as well as medical and personal services to anyone over 60 living in and around Blakeney and the Glaven Valley.

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It also runs two lunch clubs and three day care sessions.

CADS was formed in 1983 and its first performance was the Gilbert and Sullivan comedy opera Trail by Jury followed by a Music Hall miscellany called Wine, Women and Song.

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It has always performed an annual pantomime and has always raised money for charity.

In the past CADS has donated money to Blakeney Housing Association and Thornage Hall, near Holt, which teaches technical skills to people with learning disabilities and Holt Youth Project.

Tickets for Cinderella cost £8 for adults and £3 for children. All tickets for the Friday charity show cost £8.

They are available on the door or from Made in Cley shop. To contact the shop call 01263 740134.

Anyone interested in joining CADS should ring Sheila Rudgley on 01263 741338 or John Roebuck on 01263 713248.

For more details about the amateur dramatic group, visit

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