Village pantomime to keep festive spirit going for three more weeks

It will run will for three weeks at Lecture Hall, George Lane from January 11 until January 26. Pic

It will run will for three weeks at Lecture Hall, George Lane from January 11 until January 26. Picture: Caroline Bown - Credit: Archant

Pantomime season continues as Cinderella takes the stage at the Loddon Players.

The delightful pantomime was introduced to the area by Hobart High School teacher, John Harris. Pict

The delightful pantomime was introduced to the area by Hobart High School teacher, John Harris. Picture: Caroline Bown - Credit: Archant

As we settle into 2019 and revert back to our day-to-day routine, the festive spirit will continue for three more weeks in Loddon.

Cinderella will run at Lecture Hall, George Lane from January 11 until January 26.

The pantomime was introduced to the area by Hobart High School teacher John Harris in 1976.

After 43 years, more than £75,000 has been donated to local as well as national charities and organisations.

Cinderella will take the stage at the Loddon Players. Picture: Caroline Bown

Cinderella will take the stage at the Loddon Players. Picture: Caroline Bown - Credit: Archant


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The Loddon Players also will present a Sunday afternoon charity performance for the St.Raphael Club for disabled people.

The performers once travelled to Norwich for the special show, but now transport members of the club to Loddon by coach.

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Tickets are still available for most performances of show. Call Hazel on 01508 520162 between 9am and 9pm to book your seat.

The Loddon Players also will present a Sunday afternoon charity performance. Picture: Caroline Bown

The Loddon Players also will present a Sunday afternoon charity performance. Picture: Caroline Bown - Credit: Archant

After 43 years, more than £75,000 has been donated to local as well as national charities and organi

After 43 years, more than £75,000 has been donated to local as well as national charities and organisations. Picture: Caroline Bown - Credit: Archant

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