Camel takes centre stage at panto in Mundesley

Producer Pat Nearney, rehearsing with 'Karmel', the camel. Picture: Maurice Gray

Producer Pat Nearney, rehearsing with 'Karmel', the camel. Picture: Maurice Gray - Credit: Maurice Gray

A seaside community celebrates 44 years of its annual pantomime next week when it stages a performance of Ali Baba And The Forty Thieves.

Nigel Holmes' version of this famous title brings the extra fun against a backdrop which he designed and painted at Mundesley Panto.

Producer Pat Nearney and irector Ian Cashmore lead the Mundesley Players cast of actors, performers and backstage crew - all of whom give their time freely for the festivities.

Pat said: 'This panto could be the best ever and we are so proud and grateful to all those who are supporting us this year, plus we have an extra special guest, 'Karmel', the camel.'

The production runs at the Coronation Hall in Mundesley from February 14 to 18, with curtain going up at 7.30pm


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A limited number of tickets, priced £7 for adults and £4 for under 12s, are available from 'The Corner House Café' (opposite Spar) or by phoning 07503 297602.

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