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This Easter, click your heels, clap your hands and enjoy an eggciting journey Over the Rainbow as we’re off to see… The Wizard of Oz at the Princess Theatre, Hunstanton.

Shone Productions Ltd presents its eggstra special Easter pantomime, on Saturday, April 13, starring children’s TV favourite Barney Harwood as Scarecrow, Emmerdale’s Mia Macey, Britannia High’s Sapphire Elia as Dorothy and local favourite Sean ‘Rollo’ Rollason as Tin Man.

This magical panto features a blend of beautiful scenery, colourful costumes, a live band, dazzling dance routines, great songs and plenty of laughter. Also playing a full part will be the children of the Rollason Stage School, of Hunstanton.

Rollason Stage School pupils. (8114885)
Rollason Stage School pupils. (8114885)

Follow Dorothy and her adorable four-legged-friend Toto down the Yellow Brick Road. They meet the Scarecrow, Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion and go on a quest to meet the great and powerful Wizard of Oz, which won’t be easy, as the Wicked Witch of the West is determined to stop them by any means necessary.

Producer, James Shone, revealed: “I am so excited to be bringing The Wizard of Oz to Hunstanton as part of my Easter tour, it’s a brilliant production and we have such a strong cast to deliver this up-to-date pantomime version of the classic story. There is something for the whole family and I know that everyone will have an enjoyable time.”

Barney Harwood said: “I can’t wait to bring this beautiful story to the stage, causing plenty of mayhem along the way – and there will also be opportunities to meet myself and the whole cast after the show.”

Sapphire Elia said: “I’m thrilled to be playing Dorothy in The Wizard Of Oz, I’ve always wanted to play this part so I’m very excited about bringing the magic and wonder of our show to everyone.”

So bring your little munchkins and book now. Tickets are on sale at 01485 532252 or visit www.princesshunstanton.co.uk

Performances – 2:30pm & 6pm. Tickets: Adults: £20, children & concessions: £16.50, family ticket: £69.

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