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There Was An Old Woman Who Lived in A Shoe
Written and directed by John Shaw
There Was An Old Woman Who Lived in A Shoe is a wonderfully colourful, fun family pantomime chock full of all your favourite Nursery Rhyme Characters! Come and join Ratae Co-operative Players as we celebrate our 70th Anniversary in Nursery Rhyme Land!
Old Mother Hubbard has so many children she doesn't know what to do! Life is further complicated for her son Simple Simon with the arrival of beautiful Bo Peep. The evil and dastardly Crooked Man also has his crooked eyes on her too and the race is on to save poor Bo Peep from his clutches! All helped of course by The Mother Goose Fairy, Buttercup the Cow and all their friends. Full of songs, dances and comedy this is a real treat for all the family this winter! Don't miss it!
Ratae Co-operative Players is the current holder of the Pantomime Alliance Pantomime Of The Year Award 2019!
Dates: Wednesday 29th Jan 2020 - Saturday 1st February 2019
Times: Doors open at 7pm (2pm Sat matinée), curtain at 7.30pm (2:30pm Sat matinée)
The performances will take place at International Arts Centre, Garden Street
Tickets are priced at £9 (reduced rate of £8 for under 16s). Book online or call 0777 567 9435 to book.