Review - Polished panto left us all feeling festive
You can’t beat a village pantomime for drumming up some pre-Christmas community spirit, writes Judy Bates.
Terrington St Clement’s Jack and the Beanstalk was a sell-out show that was a ‘giant’ success.
It had all of the traditional panto ingredients wrapped up in two hours of family fun and presented by a talented cast under the directorship of Kevin Bush.
Everyone who took part was a star but if I have to pick out anyone it would have to be local builder Mark Wilson who emerged from his wardrobe in frock and wig to cement (pun intended) the story line as Dame Trot while Helen Payne who was worryingly convincing as the evil Slimeball.
The main characters, supporting players and the song and dance chorus deserved every bit of the roar of applause they received on the first night – and no doubt the following nights too.
But the biggest cheer of all ought to go to Terrington Community Fund which staged the show and raises large sums of money each year for worthy causes and for community events like this one.
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