The cast of Burgess Hill Theatre Club’s annual pantomime are putting the finishing touches on this years production, Puss in Boots, ahead of the opening night on Friday, January 13.
The story tells the tale of a somewhat troublesome cat who befriends a village peasant boy trying to win the hand of a princess.
Together they hope to thwart the plans of the evil Wizard and Warlock.
It was only towards the beginning of 2016 that the club found out that they would be able to return to the Martlets Hall for at least another year, after the development work for the new retail complex (which would include the demolition of the hall without equivalent replacement), fell behind the initial schedule.
Thankfully for the club, the much valued venue has had a temporary reprieve and with it so has the panto.
Club chairperson Rosalind wood said: “We always planned to continue to put on a seasonal family production but it’s fantastic that we can do so again in what has been its home for decades.”
The pantomime will run over three weekends between January 13 and 28. The run includes three matinee performances.
For tickets call 01444 242984.
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