Christmas and New Year celebrations might be over, but there is still the chance to enjoy a panto.
All Saints’ Dramatic Society is back again this January with another fun family pantomime – this year it’s Dick Whittington. The story tells of the young hero as he heads for London with his companion Tom Cat, seeking fame, fortune and maybe love, whilst aiming to become ‘thrice Lord Mayor of London’. Can he convince the wealthy Alderman Fitzwarren of his honesty and his suitability for the hand of Fitzwarren’s spirited daughter Alice?
The society has recently moved to its new home at Corpus Christi Parish Centre in Parkwood Road, within level walking distance of Pokesdown train station and offering ample free parking very close to the hall. There are nine performances from 6-15 January, with full details at www.allsaintsdramaticsociety.co.uk.
The society recognises the pinch many families are feeling in this ‘cost of living crisis’ and as such are offering a great discount on a family ticket: just £35 for two adults and two children (evenings only). For tickets, go to www.ticketsource.co.uk/asds.
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