Snow joke, Broadland Hams panto season in full swing!

PUBLISHED: 20:02 13 November 2015 | UPDATED: 20:03 13 November 2015

Snow White Ludham

Snow White Ludham


Broadland Hams are at it again. Believe it or not it’s Panto time. Oh yes it is…!

Like many other groups in the area the Hams are well into this year’s pantomime, Snow White and the Seven and a Half Dwarfs. Yes, you did read it correctly, seven and a half!

With a cast of delightful fairies, and the not so small dwarfs, the super good goodies, the dastardly bad baddies the handsome Prince, the beautiful Snow White and the wicked stepmother it gets quite crowed at times.

Director Jill Rose is grateful to Judi Ingram and David Peacock for their support for taking over sorting and arranging all the music needed for the production. Thanks also go to Margaret Bond for her choreography skills and her ability to make dancing fun for everyone.

Snow White, the Hams consider, is a sure bet to be a fun-packed treat for all the family.

The panto is presented from Thursday to Sunday, December 10-13 at Ludham village hall. There are evening performances at 7pm on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday and matinees at 2pm on the Saturday and Sunday.

Tickets at £6 and £6.50 are available from any member and Ludham Butchers. To avoid disappointment booking is advised. To book your tickets call Gill on 01692 631592 .

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