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Monday
Jan072019

St Bernadette's Bispham - Pantomime

It's still Panto Season (Oh yes it is)!

St. Bernadette's Parish Players present the first Pantomime under their new name(can you spot the change?), written by Neil Oldham, who used to write for such programmes as "The News Hudlines".  Needles to say the script is full of puns and, in parts, is hysterically funny.

'The Mis-Adventures of Robinson Crusoe' follows the story of how Robinson, and his man Friday, are rescued from their deserted island and reunited with his fiancee, Jane, on a jungle island inhabited by women but ruled over by a monkey King, who also has eyes for Jane. The rescuing Captain and crew, with the help of the local Witch Doctor, thwart the money King's plans, much to the relief of Jane's mother, and Robinson of course. The addition of a couple of suspicious Australian castaways brings more hilarity to an already funny pantomime. Expect a laugh a minute and a play list of music and songs which will leave you happy'

Tickets are available from Ashfield Road Post Office; from Bispham Clothing, in Bispham Village; on-line atwww.ticketsource.co.uk/stbplayersblackpool

Buy tickets for St. Bernadette's Parish Players's forthcoming events. Click the link for further information and to secure your tickets now!
www.ticketsource.co.uk

 or from me by ringing 07846629766 and cost £7.00 for adults and £5.00 for 60+ and children. 

Curtain up will be at 7.30pm each evening and at 2.30pm for the Matinee performance on Saturday.  The Production will run from Wednesday 20th to Saturday 23rd February at St. Bernadette's Church Hall, All Hallows Road, Bispham, FY2 0AS.

Please form an orderly queue for tickets.  You won't regret it!

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