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Dick, his cat and a rodent invasion!

PUBLISHED: 19:31 17 December 2008 | UPDATED: 10:50 12 July 2010

Pulham Players pantomime early next year is over-run with rats!

Dick Whittington (Cleo Fane de Salis) with the help of his cat, Tommy (Darryl Parr), could make his fortune, but he'd better take care!

The rats, led by the villainous King Rat (Jodie Goldsmith), are out to cause trouble for the two heroes.

Pulham Players pantomime early next year is over-run with rats!

Dick Whittington (Cleo Fane de Salis) with the help of his cat, Tommy (Darryl Parr), could make his fortune, but he'd better take care!

The rats, led by the villainous King Rat (Jodie Goldsmith), are out to cause trouble for the two heroes.

Dick's journey takes the audience from the shop of Alderman Fitzwarren

(David Vince) to the desert sands of Morocco where saucy Sarah the Cook (Jason Calvert) catches the Sultan's eye.

Dick certainly finds fortune in the arms of Fitzwarren's daughter, Alice (Becka Jillings).

This traditional pantomime has plenty of slapstick capers, an underwater adventure and explosive special effects.

Dick Whittington is directed by Peter Lavin, with a selection of songs produced by musical director, Jon Chambers.

The performances take place at the Pulham Market Memorial Hall from Wednesday, January 7 to Saturday, January 10 starting at 7.30pm with a matinee on the Saturday starting at 2.30pm.

Tickets can be bought from Sandra Chapman on 01379 676769.

They are priced £5 to £8.

Rehearsals are going well and the group looks forward to entertaining the crowds in the New Year.


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