Plenty of fun at panto

By Tristan Harris Friday 13 December 2013 Updated: 13/12 09:30

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THERE will be plenty of festive fun as a Redditch and Bromsgrove based theatre group prepare to perform their annual pantomime.

Mother Goose is being staged by All and Sundry at Artrix in Bromsgrove.

After feeling guilty over parting with Priscilla, her beloved goose, because she is desperate to recover her youthful looks she goes to rescue her from the Demon Night’s clutches and his idiot henchmen, Biff and Bash.

Meanwhile Demon Night has kidnapped Jack’s girlfriend Jill and taken her to his castle.

Jack, accompanied by Mother Goose and his brother Silly Billy, sets out to rescue her, leading to a grand finale in the Cloud Kingdom of King and Queen Gander.

Performances take place at 7pm from Wednesday (December 18) to next Sunday (December 22), with two matinees at 2pm on the Saturday and Sunday.

Tickets are £13 (£12 concessions) for the Wednesday and Thursday performances and £14.50 (£13 concessions) on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Family tickets are available. To book call Artrix on 01527 577330.

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