St Players Christmas production is a modern take on traditional pantomimes
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This year’s production from the St Neots Players is a modern-day version of several traditinal pantomimes called Pantomonium.
Players member Kevin Wallace has written the piece, that features a computer based storyland, which is thrown into chaos when the operating system suffers a breakdown.
Why is Snow White in a gingerbread cottage? Is Red Riding Hood really sowing magic beans? Can Prince Charming honestly be so dim? Can two sisters really be that ugly? How will all the characters get back to their own stories? Welcome to Pantomonium! And – where else can you have an indoor snowball fight apart from The St Neots Players panto.
The show runs from December 17-19. Performances are at 7.30pm on Thursday and Friday with matinee performances at 11am and 3.30pm on Saturday.
Tickets £12 for adults, concessions £10 and family ticket £40. To book, go to: www.ticketsource.co.uk/stneotsplayers or call 01480 388922.
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Pic cap: Abbie Miles (Snow White) Billie-Jo Rainbird (Cinderella) and Bryony Mountford (Red Riding Hood).
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