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OH YES IT MIGHT: There’s been natter around Isfield in recent years about the possibility of having a village pantomime. Yes, quite a bit of natter but not much in the way of action. Step up Bev Ashford, who says that if people really want to see a bit of traditional theatre fun around Christmas and New Year then it’s about time some heads were popped above the parapet. Writing in the occasional Isfield Newsletter that Bev edits, she says: ‘Nobody seems too keen to make the initial contact so I thought I would see if anyone is interested’ With a potential target date of around 12 months from now, Bev adds: ‘Get in touch if you fancy a star role or chorus part, help with the props and costume, script-write, general dogsbody, anything. Contact me (Bev) on email ashordbja@gmail.com or phone 01825 750456 by Saturday December 19 and I will endeavour to get all interested parties together in the New Year so we can get the Isfield Panto up and running – oh yes we will!’ Isfield teenager Paige Lynam treads the boards with Crowborough Players at the town’s Community Centre this weekend in the lead role for the production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The first show is tonight (Friday) followed by two performances tomorrow and one on Sunday.

DIARY DATES: December 12, Films, Paddington (3pm) and White Christmas (6.45pm), Isfield Village Hall; December 13, Carol Service, Isfield Parish Church, 6pm; December 14, Art talk: Italian Renaissance, Isfield Village Hall, 7pm; December 19, Ashdown Mummers perform Sussex Mummers, The Laughing Fish, Isfield, 2pm; December 22, Carol singing at The Laughing Fish (from around 7.30pm); December 20, Holy Communion, Isfield Parish Church, 10am; December 23, Carol singing, with Uckfield Concert Brass, The Laughing Fish, 8pm; December 25, Family Service, with Carols and Holy Communion, Isfield Parish Church, 10am.

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