By May Hunter of 5A's - 6th January 2013 7:04am
The days may be short, dark and miserable but good news — pantomime time will soon be here.
This year sees the 5A's 19th panto, Beauty and The Beast. The production promises to have something for everyone with a plethora of singing, dancing and comedy, guaranteed to banish away your winter blues.
Today, Sunday 6th January, there is a special Box Office open at the Public Hall from 2.30 — 3.30pm.
As our name suggests, the cast comprises of ages 4 up to those of us who prefer not to discuss the matter, all enthusiastically working together.
Performance dates at Audlem Public Hall are as follows:
Wednesday 30th January to Saturday 2nd February 2013 inclusive at 7.30pm
Plus matinee Saturday 2nd February 2013 at 2pm
All tickets are £6
May Hunter will be glad to take your ticket orders on 01270 811145. Alternatively you can pop along to Audlem Public Hall this afternoon where May will be selling tickets from 2.30pm to 3.30pm.
(AudlemOnline adds: The photos are from last year's 5A's brilliant production of Alison Wunderland.)
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