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It’s panto time again... oh yes it is

Building Bridges Community Arts Theatre, a cross community drama group based in Lurgan, will be getting into the Christmas spirit at this year’s panto, Mother Goose, which they are staging at Lurgan Town Hall on December 6-8 and 13-15.

Thursday, 14th November 2019, 10:55 am

Directed and written by Simon Hylands, Mother Goose tells a timeless tale of the value of self worth over wealth and position. Join our very own Mother Goose (Peter McCormack/Ian Davidson) as she is given a pet goose, Gabriella (Eve Gillespie), to look after who she soon discovers can lay golden eggs.

Her sons Billy (Daniel Crowe/Andrew Molloy) and Jack (Alex Morrow) welcome Gabriella to the family and things are looking up as they use their new found wealth to do good things alongside the villagers of Goosey Glade and Jack’s friend and flame, Jill (Anna Chambers/Emma Lynas).

Toxique (Jordon Ewart) and Lethal (Amie Martin/Boaz Hughes), the villains of the piece have other ideas, and not only do they trick Mother Goose into giving them Gabriella in exchange for eternal youth, but they also capture the Lord Mayor’s, Titus Trelawney’s (Joanne Gillespie) daughter, Bluebelle (Sarah Massey/Arwen Carbery) in a bid to gain control of the land.

Will Toxique and Lethal win or shall our motley crew conquer all for another year running? Come along to find out!

The show is suitable for children agedthree and over. Infants must hold a ticket if they require a seat. The balcony is now open in Lurgan Town Hall. Please note that we now offer assigned seating and that main seating is not tiered. The company are also staging their first relaxed performance on Saturday December 14 at 7.30pm, for children and adults with additional needs. Tickets, which are priced from £5, can be bought on eventbrite at www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/building-bridges-community-arts-theatre-12826164035

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