Grab your tickets for Ottery Community Theatre’s annual panto
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See our gallery from Ottery Community Theatre’s production of Jack and the Half-Baked Beanstalk.
It’s time to head to pantoland once again as curtains prepare to go up on Ottery Community Theatre’s show Jack and the Half-Baked Beanstalk.
The popular tale has undergone a bit of a twist, as an evil Pacman and his army of Ginger Nuts are plotting to destroy pantos once and for all.
As popular characters begin to disappear, Jack (of beanstalk fame) and his grandma are getting worried.
The show will run at The Institute from tomorrow (Wednesday) until Saturday.
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Jill Machin, who is playing the villainous Pacman, said: “We positively encourage the audience to boo away, join in the community song and cheer our Jack on along, in the hopes he will save the day.”
The group is also intending that all the raffles held throughout the show will be in memory of Clive Essame, a member of OCT, who died in October, last year.
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Donations will be made to Cancer Lifeline Southwest and Force charities.
The Saturday matinee has sold out, but seats are available for all of the evening shows which begin at 7.30pm.
Tickets are available on the door, by visiting Pearsons, or calling 01404 813741.