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Chipperfield Theatre Group

1st of November 2013

As the winter days start to slowly draw in, Chipperfield Theatre Group gets ready to add its usual splash of colour and laughter to the season as it begins rehearsals for this season’s offering of Mother Goose.

It is a great story of good over evil, money over happiness. Mother Goose and her family are poor but kind and are blessed with a visit from a goose which provides them with golden eggs and new found wealth (if only!). Mother Goose starts on her new life with great joy but money changes her and the dastardly Demon convinces her that if she parts with her goose he can show her how to find eternal beauty and happiness. Foolishly she believes him and so begins the plan to save Priscilla from the Demon and return Mother Goose to the kindly lady she was before. Helped along the way with a cast of colourful characters and packed with music, dancing, dreadful jokes, a six foot high goose and lots of fun, this pantomime serves up a package of egg-citing and egg-shellent entertainment!

As always, CTG is delighted to have a fantastic cast along with eighteen local children joining in as the dancing chorus. We have members involved who have been with the group since its inception over 20 years ago and a group of new members who are treading the boards with us for the first time. So come along and support them in their efforts to add a little bit of laughter and sparkle to the winter months.
The performances take place in Chipperfield Village Hall on 16–18 January with both a matinee and evening performance on the Saturday, so there is no need for the younger audience to miss out!

The Box Office opens to the public on 11 November; book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. For information on how to apply for tickets call the Box Office on 07973 940445.

We look forward to welcoming you into our fantasy world in January.

 
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