IN PICTURES: End of the Pier 2013

PUBLISHED: 10:00 21 August 2013 | UPDATED: 17:02 22 August 2013

The cast of Honiton Pantomime Society's End of the Pier Show.

The cast of Honiton Pantomime Society's End of the Pier Show.


Honiton Pantomime Society entertain at its annual variety show.

Side-splitting laughs and an evening of variety were in abundance at this year’s End of the Pier Show.

The talented cast of Honiton Pantomime Society once again put on an impressive show with hilarious sketches and brilliant singing and dance performances.

The silent Monks of Luppitt were a particular favourite - performing the Lion Sleeps to Night - as you have never seen it before.

The society’s younger members also brought their own individual talents to the show.

Chloe Pottinger gave a beautiful rendition of Celine Dion’s My Heart will Go On and Lydia Bacon impressed with her tap dancing skills.

Beth Sillitoe and Chloe and Sarah Pottinger gave audiences another chance to see a snip bit of Honiton Community College’s latest production - Schools Will Rock You.

Max Pipe, the compere for the evening, kept the audience entertained between the acts with his hilarious jokes

Among the other highlights of the evening was the illusion - a very unusual dance performance that had to be seen to be believed - performed by Jamie Crudge, Samantha Maddox, Beth Sillitoe, Sarah, Chloe and Lou Pottinger, Vicky Halse and Tracey Bonetta.

Even Batgirl and Supergirl, played by Jamie Crudge and Vicky Halse, swooped in for a comic book themed singing performance. They did an amazing job despite a few technical issues.

Men at work with the Daves was my favourite performance of the night, armed with plastic tubes they even got audience members involved in the music making process.

An enjoyable and entertaining evening was had by all

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