A Robin for Christmas in Wighton
A cast of 10 people aged from six to 67 will perform Robin Hood at Wighton Village Hall, near Wells, next week.
It will be the fourth Christmas pantomime from Wighton Villagers and Friends, who have previously performed Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk and Sleeping Beauty.
Writer and producer Sandra Hopkinson said: 'Everybody has been very working hard in rehearsals since September.
'We have some new members this year and our shows have gone from strength to strength. I'm sure the performances will be very good.
'We also have some lovely scenery which has been painted by one of our cast members, Paul Roe.
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'This will be a very traditional telling of the Robin Hood story, and we hope to get some large audiences come along to enjoy it.'
The show will be performed on Friday and Saturday, December 2 and December 3, starting at 7.30pm.
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Tickets are �4 for adults, �2.50 for children aged from three to 15, �10 for two adults and two children and free for children under three.
Tickets may be available on the nights but can be booked in advance by calling Mrs Hopkinson on 01328 821502 or Margaret Brett-Reynolds on 01328 820511.
The shows will raise money for Wighton Village Hall.