Beer Panto People cast

PUBLISHED: 18:34 03 October 2009 | UPDATED: 10:34 18 June 2010

PETER pan, Captain Hook and Tinkerbell will all be swashbuckling in Beer during the village s pantomime season. After holding auditions last month the cast list has now been announced for next year s Peter Pan panto. Audrey Tims is director, Sharon Sienko

PETER pan, Captain Hook and Tinkerbell will all be swashbuckling in Beer during the village's pantomime season.

After holding auditions last month the cast list has now been announced for next year's Peter Pan panto.

Audrey Tims is director, Sharon Sienko will be producing and the choreography will be put together by Vicky Sims, who is a new addition to the group, along with other cast members.

Backstage crew is once again in the capable hands of Stefan Miller with Ashley Miller providing the lighting.

Stephanie Dommett is in charge of the music and singing and the scenery will be produced by Andrew Perkins and Sarah Williams.

Audrey said: "Although the speaking parts are now all cast, anyone wishing to be in the chorus will be very welcome

"We are also looking for help with prop and costume making and also stage crew."

Rehearsals for all the cast start on Sunday and continue until Christmas and then go to Sunday and Monday nights from January 3.

The panto takes place on February 18, 19 and 20.

For more information contact Audrey on (01297) 20048.

CAST LIST:

Peter Pan- Lara Howard

Wendy- Karly Buckley

Tinkerbell- Jessica Barrett

Michael- Annabel Jackson

John- Sophie Windsor

Nana- Angela Copsey

Captain Hook- Andy Williams

Smee- Tina Bishop

Tiger Lily- Carly Sienko

Big Chief- Andrew Perkins

Big Heap- Christine Perkins

Little Heap- Natasha Howard

Lost Boys- James Williams and Laura Jackson

Lost Boys/Indians/Pirates- Evie Seller, Georgia Hodder, Sarah Knighting, Kate Bees and Chloe Burridge


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