Hello All, this year the Peldon Panto moves into St Mary’s as the construction of the new hall gets underway. An amazing challenge for the players this year as we tread boards previously untrodden in a new setting.
Come to see Leonardo da Panto in a truly authentic(ish) renaissance-style backdrop. Written by Simon Nunan, this panto looks at the Italian renaissance, with beautiful, scheming Borgias, Machiavellian intrigue, and slap-dash artists.
Cheer for the goodies, boo at the baddies, hiss at the interval wine….
We’d love to see you there, tickets are selling out fast.
BOX OFFICE contact Mel Newton on: 07738 000378 or [email protected]
Hope to see you all there.
PVHMC and the Peldon Players!
The Peldon Players proudly present The Snow Queen by Tina & Robert Burbidge between 21st & 24th January at Peldon Village Hall. This promises to be a real treat for all ages, being based on Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of ‘The Snow Queen’ it is delivered as an English pantomime – with jokes, songs, and the occasional accident with a large pie.
Tickets are available from Melanie Newton for £6 Wednesday & Thursday (7:30pm curtain) and £7 Friday & Saturday (7:30pm curtain, 2pm matinee on Saturday) – concessions £4 and £5 respectively. Melanie can be contacted by:
Beauty and the Beast by Stuart Arden adapted for the Peldon Players, will be performed in Peldon Village Hall for 5 performances; Wed 25 to Sat 28 Jan starting at 7.30pm and running to about 9.50pm. The Saturday Matinee starts at 2.30 pm and should be over by 4.50pm.
The two Saturday performances are already sold out with a waiting list, a few tickets remain for Thursday and Friday nights with plenty still available for Wednesday but we do tend to sell out so it is best to contact Mel Newton on Email: [email protected] Tel: 01206 736118/07738 000378 if you fancy coming along.
Adapted and Directed by Alison Biegel, Angela Buckley and Mel Newton, this annual entertainment has been a part of the village calendar for 25 years, involves local residents from 7 to 70 and is a terrific way to spend a dreary January evening. Oh yes it is!