It will be ‘all hands on deck’ at Pulham Market Memorial Hall after Christmas when Pulham Players present their Treasure Island pantomime.
The Players will be treading the boards for audiences from Thursday to Saturday, January 9 to 11, 2014, with evening performances from 7.30pm and a Saturday 2.30pm matinee.
The classic family panto is written by Jim Sperinck and directed by Yvonne Goldsmith and Jason Calvert.
It promises an entertaining mix of music, mayhem and mirth, with a good dose of slapstick fun.
All the usual suspects appear, played by Pulham Players stalwarts, with Robin Goldsmith as Dame Sally Forth and Lennie Thompson as Long John Silver (pictured).
The story follows a lovestruck young girl Sally, the Dame’s idle son Jack, and young Jim Hawkins with Spot the dog, plus various other characters such as Squire Trelawney and Dr Livesey, as they set off on a quest for a treasure map.
Along the way they meet Long John Silver and crew members Jolly Roger and Blind Pugh, for a frightening discovery in Skeleton Cove.
Tickets cost £8 from Sam’s Local Shopper, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01379 676769.