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Cast arrive for special 10th anniversary panto season

PUBLISHED: 11:27 22 November 2019 | UPDATED: 11:27 22 November 2019

Sheringham’s panto cast get a look at some costumes and props before beginning rehearsals. Pictures: Richard Batson

Sheringham’s panto cast get a look at some costumes and props before beginning rehearsals. Pictures: Richard Batson

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Panto rehearsals have swung into action at Sheringham Little Theatre after the cast arrived at the seaside theatre to prepare for a special season.

Don’t panic! The cast get in the mood for their “escape room” action, trapped in Sheringham town clock. Pictures: Richard BatsonDon’t panic! The cast get in the mood for their “escape room” action, trapped in Sheringham town clock. Pictures: Richard Batson

It is the 10th anniversary of the venue staging its own professional pantomime.

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An action-packed Dick Whittington and His Cat features a Victorian "steam punk" style adventure taking Dick from Norfolk to London, with plenty of fun, song, dance, special effects - and even an "escape room", where the audience helps solve the clues.

Theatre director Debbie Thompson said: "This is a special anniversary year for us, and it is great to have lots of popular regulars joined by youngsters who have grown up at this theatre and come back as professionals."

The show combines a seven-strong professional cast of actors with 32 local children playing cats, dogs and rats.

It runs from December 7 to January 1. For tickets and information call 01263 822347, or visit www.sheringhamlittletheatre.com



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