Do you like panto? . . . . . . . . . . . We do.
In fact, we like them so much we formed a Pantogang group. Our first panto was presented -
Based on the Christmas Story, it came complete with pantomime dame and "2x2-
This was our first show and it was so successful we presented another panto, called "Sinner Ella" (also by Michael Forster), in January, 2005 (Photos).
This was based on the story of Cinderella (obviously), but with the down-
In January 2008, we performed "Sleeping Beauty" with elements of Sword in the Stone (by local author Sheila Bird), which was a great success (Photos). This was our first traditional panto, and the first we had done that did not have a religious theme. It was generally agreed to be our best yet -
In January 2010 we presented "Hansel & Gretel in the Emperor's New Clothes", another "combination" panto written by Sheila Bird, which raised just over £1500 (Photos)!
Our next Panto, in January 2012, was "Rumpelstiltskin" by Bruce Gardner at the end of January 2012 (Photos). This is the first time we have been able to use real curtains, courtesy of a local scaffolding firm, Kitts Scaffolding Ltd.
This year, we are indebted to M.Crowe Scaffolding Ltd for providing the scaffolding that allowed up to have curtains.