Village pantomime was a great success

Reedham Nomads pantomime cast and crew. Picture: Chris Bradbury

Reedham Nomads pantomime cast and crew. Picture: Chris Bradbury

Chris Bradbury

Villagers and friends enjoyed yet another splendid pantomime, Daft Jack and His Bean Stack, performed by Reedham Nomads Theatre Company’s cast of 24, adults and children, which was staged at the village hall last week.

The scenery was spectacular as were the costumes, so well done to all, it was the best show yet!

Audiences over the four performances amounted to over 300 people, and director Nigel Belley gave thanks to all involved and to the support shown over the years.

If anyone would like to become a member of Reedham Nomads Theatre Company email for more details.

The Nomads have been performing plays, pantomimes, musicals and murder mysteries for 20 years, visit their website

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