Honiton Pantomime Society lines up two shows

18:30 14 October 2015

The cast of Honiton's pantomime in 2015.

The cast of Honiton's pantomime in 2015.

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Tickets are now on sale for Honiton Pantomime Society’s latest productions at The Beehive.

Honiton’s next pantomime will be the swashbuckling pirate adventure of Peter Pan and, in addition to this, the group is also performing a Christmas variety show called Over the Sledge in place of its regular summer variety show End of the Pier.

Peter Pan is not to be missed featuring a boo-worthy baddie Captain Hook, a hapless right hand man, the dame Mrs Smee and all your classic pantomime ingredients plus a little sprinkle of fairy dust in the form of Pan’s best friend Tinkerbell.

Tickets are £8 for adults and £6 for children, as prices have been held from last year.

There is also an exclusive offer of 25 per cent off children’s tickets before January 1, 2016, so grab them while you can.

The show will be performed from Tuesday, February 16 to Saturday, February 20.

In the Christmas show Over the Sledge, you can be sure to be entertained by singing, dancing and a Christmas-themed supper, complete with mince pies and cream; the perfect night out for friends, workmates and families.

This production will be performed on tour around East Devon and at The Beehive on Friday and Saturday, December 4 and 5, in the evenings.

Tickets will cost £14, including a delicious supper and pudding.

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