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sleeping beauty

by Limelight Scripts

Welcome to the village of Tapioca, in the kingdom of Ambrosia. A realm troubled not just by idiots, there is also a wicked power-crazed witch Zen-Dave to look out for, intent on the death of the beautiful Princess Nightingale.

fairy light
felix
zen dave
dancers
beetroots
what's in the box walter
sage and onion
sleeping beauty
king rolo
dressing the king
king and queen with bee

king and queen

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nightingale and queen and king
nightingale
guards
  stars and hearts dame thyme
kitchen
dames eye
dame schoolgirl
palace party
dame and king

zen dave

chorus
zendave
fairy light
Cast - in order of appearance

Production Team

Zen-Dave
Daniel Mumby

Fairy Light
Ruth Potts

Fairy Assistants
Milly Davis
Lucy Miller-Trotter

Chorus
Bethany Buchs
Ula Campbell
Zac Collis
Annalise Rose Cowen
Molly Done
Lucy mbleton
Colin ?Gough
Will Jones
Jodie Pounder
Bethan Roberts

Felix
Jacques Wilson

Justin Thyme
Emily Williams

Dame Thyme
Richard Brearley

Sage
Paige Keir

Onion
Marcia Giacomini

Walter
Jack potts

Cynthia
Molly Woodburn

King Rollo
Mike Dixon

Valet
Alistair Cheyne

Queen Beatrice
Meg Dixon

Princess Nightingale
Eleanor Burnett

Mrs Pepper
Anne Lauder

Mr Salt
John Sellers

 

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Director
Antonia Giacomini

Producer
Tim Gray

Stage Manager
Bryan Fryer

Set Design
Meg Dixon

Set Construction
John Lilley
Mike Dixon
Tim Grey

Sound System
Mick Jenkins

Lighting
Iain Munro

Piano
Diana Webber

Props
Sybil Scott
Margaret Rowe

Makeup / Choreography
Jan Gurney

 

Costumes
Meg Dixon
Antonia Giacomini
Marcia Giacomini
Diana Webber
Beth Bryson
Cate Mackay
Audrey Jones

Prompt
Harry McQuillen

Graphics
Meg Dixon

Programme
Paddy Conway

Front of House
Steph Wilkinson and team

 

 

 

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antonia

This was Antonia's Directorial Debut.

What an amazing time she had and what an amazing job she did.

WELL DONE!

Hope you enjoyed the experience enough to do it again!

 
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THE STORY OF 'SLEEPING BEAUTY'

This used to be one of the most popular pantomimes in the U.K.

The story originated from Persia, and the legened of a sleeping princess can be found in other cultures, dating back over a thousand years.

The erliest written version is from 14th centuary France and is called 'Perceforest'.

The first pantomime version was at Dury Lane in 1806.

Tchaikovsky wrote his ballet in 1890.

Originally the story had an alternative ending, where the prince and Princess secretly marry, and have to overpower the Prince's mother, a child - eating Ogress.

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Yet again we were....

sold out

Thank you to everyone who helped to make this a brilliant show.

Also thank you to everyone who came along and supported the pantomime we hope you had an enjoyable evening.

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We were very fortunate in getting more new members to join our group. If you like acting, back-stage work, or just having fun thencome along and join us, all are welcome.

 

Proceeds of the raffle went to Hospice Care North Northumberland in memory of our friend and colleague Roger Wilkinson.
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