The nativity scene from A Christmas Pantomine.THEATRE: The Bunbury Repertory Club’s fourth production for this year is a pantomime which will focus on the joy of the festive season.
After months of preparation the show opened last Friday night and was very well received.
Co-directors Rod Kroon and Kellie Mepham have cast some of Bunbury’s most talented actors to take the stage.
The pantomime features debut performances for many cast members, including Natasha Firth as Miss Prim, Margie Rosette as Nancy and David Evans playing Richard.
There are also five cast members coming back to perform with the Bunbury Repertory Club.
“We have a dynamic cast ranging from ages six to 72,” Kroon said.
“This is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit and to enjoy a bit of Christmas cheer.”
Written by Kim Williamson, this is a traditional “good triumphs over bad” story and is perfect for the whole family.
Kroon has encouraged the kids to be involved in the show.
“The kids can sit on the ground in front of the front row and be right in the action and sing along to the seven Christmas carols which will be performed,” he said.
The Christmas Pantomine will return this weekend.
Tickets cost $20, (no concession), children aged up to 16 are $10 and under five-year-olds are free.
Book online at trybooking南京夜网/GESA and at Central News, Victoria Street, Bunbury.
The Little Theatre is located on Pratt Road, Eaton.
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