Marine Theatre awash with Potter fans

PUBLISHED: 09:59 05 March 2008 | UPDATED: 21:35 15 June 2010

The Marine Theatre in Lyme Regis was full of Harrys, Hermiones and Dumbledores at its recent Potted Potter event. The keen Harry Potter fans who went along, dressed up as there favourite characters, making it a difficult decision for the judges.

The Marine Theatre in Lyme Regis was full of Harrys, Hermiones and Dumbledores at its recent Potted Potter event.

The keen Harry Potter fans who went along, dressed up as there favourite characters, making it a difficult decision for the judges.

The volunteer stewards badges were all amended to included whichever House of Hogwarts they had been allocated to, from Gryffindor, to Hufflepuff, to Ravenclaw but only Margie Barbour, the artistic director, was allocated to Slytherin. The children, who had come in costume, were in high spirits, brandishing broomsticks, ready for a game of Quidditch, which was duly played in the theatre accompanied by great whoops of delight from the children and rather over-eager participation by the competitive dads. Jeff and Dan, the two multi-talented, highly inventive and incredibly energetic devisers and performers said: "We can't wait to come back with our "Potted Pirates" show, we love this little theatre with its audience who are really ready to join in, and its fantastic views, and," they added as the tucked into their fish and chips" you really know how to treat actors here! Thanks!


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