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‘Trouble in Pantoland’ comes to Melksham

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Melksham Music and Drama are to take to the stage as they present ‘Trouble in Pantoland.’

The show,  written by Sharon Hulm, is a witty and inventive panto, putting a twist on the traditional style with a mixture of everyone’s favourite fairytale characters.

Tickets are now available for the shows at the Rachel Fowler Centre which will run between Thursday 19th  to Saturday 21st February and between Friday 27th and Saturday 28th February.

Doors open at 7pm and 2pm (Saturdays only) with tickets available from £5 from the Tourist Information Centre and from www.mmad.org.uk.

Donna Rudman from Melksham Music and Drama said, “Follow Widow Twanky, Amelia Sweetheart and Bert Butterfingers as they find themselves endangered by the evil wizard ‘He Whose Name No One Can Remember’ whose plan is to take over all of Pantoland. With the bravery of Prince Robert, The “Wicked” Queen and her sidekick Number One, can they save Pantoland’s Prince Heros and reunite them with their Princesses for a happy ending?”