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Old Buckenham panto plans

PUBLISHED: 10:06 07 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:15 14 July 2010

Old Buckenham Players are back on the panto trail with a new version of Norman Robbins' The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. The players will be digging out their dancing shoes for an energetic performance which finds Dame Dallymore's orphanage crushed by a giant's shoe.

Old Buckenham Players are back on the panto trail with a new version of Norman Robbins' The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe. The players will be digging out their dancing shoes for an energetic performance which finds Dame Dallymore's orphanage crushed by a giant's shoe.

Magical Mother Goose turns the shoe into a home and school for the orphans and all looks rosy until the giant returns for his lost footwear and accidently carries off Princess Marigold! Everything works out in the end, but not before all sorts of amusing adventures have beset the lovable and hilarious characters.

The show is on at Old Buckenham Village Hall on Thursday, January 21, Friday, January 22 and Saturday, January 23 at 7.30pm with a special matinee on the Saturday afternoon at 2.30pm.

Tickets, at £6 and £4 under 14s, are available from Old Buckenham Post Office, Nuts 'n' Bolts in Attleborough or by calling 01362 697260.


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