Frankenstein Halloween pantomime promises fun
CENTRE Stage Players with chorus members from Dragons Stage School, return for their third year of Halloween pantomime after their success with Dracula and Jekyll and Hyde.
Written by three members of the group and directed by Madeleine Iliff, Frankenstein Halloween Phantomime promises fun, laughter and screams as the audience follows the evil Dr Frank’s attempts to create a monster to destroy his local village, despite efforts to stop him by two bumbling grave robbers; Willing and Able, Dame Nora Ockers with her fabulous door knockers and creepy assistant Xavier Breath who desperately wants to try to ‘make’ his own friends.
Filled with cheesy puns, well-known songs and audience participation, organisers say the show is guaranteed to be fun for all the family. There are two performances: October 24, 7.30pm at The Seagull Theatre (book online at www.theseagull.co.uk or call 01502 589726) or October 26, 7.30pm at Reedham Village Hall. Call 07927862666 to book tickets. Tickets �7/�6.