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It’s am dram time in Spen!

ANYTHING GOES Heckmondwike Players stars Matthew Reather, left, and Paul Hardill.

ANYTHING GOES Heckmondwike Players stars Matthew Reather, left, and Paul Hardill.

Spen am dram groups have been busy over the past few months!

Roberttown Players are performing Peter Pan at Roberttown Community Centre next week.

Lynette Stone said: “It is a traditional story with some local twists. There are some familiar faces and a few new ones with youngsters playing Tiger Lily and her tribe, and mermaids, pirates and crocodiles.

“And our panto wouldn’t be complete without the ladies from Roberttown Women’s Institute adding some fun with a cheeky dance number!”

The show runs from February 25 to March 1. Tickets are £5-£6 from Buckles Butchers and Roberttown Cards and Gifts.

Heckmondwike Players are performing Anything Goes at the town hall, Cleckheaton, from March 13-15, the story of the comically chaotic events on board the liner SS American.

Rosemary Simpson said; “This colourful, comic concoction of some of Cole Porter’s best known melodies, such as You’re the Top, Friendship, Let’s Misbehave and of course Anything Goes is sure to delight audiences and set feet tapping.”

Tickets are £9-£13 from 01924 492671.

And anyone who wants to get involved in amateur dramatics is invited to learn about Spen Amateurs’ forthcoming show, Whistle Down The Wind, at the REA Room, Kelloe Street, Moorend, on Wednesday March 5 at 8pm.

Auditions are on Sunday March 16. Contact Ian Stephenson on 01274 870850.

 

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