Stars of stage and screen come to Honiton
1st Honiton Brownies take centre stage as part of their Night at the Theatre badge.
Stars of stage and screen paid a special visit to Honiton last week.
1st Honiton Brownies took centre stage and transformed themselves into colourful characters as part of their Night at the Theatre badge.
One of the brownies dressed as Dorothy and brought along her very own dog to be Toto.
Members have been participating in a range of fun-packed activities including face painting, learning a dance routine, making sock puppets and masks, juggling and circus skills and performing,
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They also visited Honiton Pantomime Society and got to see young Brownie leader Beth Sillitoe in action as Maid Marian.
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